Guess WhoPercy Jones is the understandably proud father of Theresa, a beautiful and intelligent young woman living in New York City. When Percy learns that his daughter is dating someone and things are getting serious, he decides to do some research, and learns that her beau is a solid businessman. What can the men do to cross the divide between each other and between men and women? Will anyone be exchanging vows?
Actors of "Guess Who"
Characters of "Guess Who"
Directors of "Guess Who"Kevin Rodney SullivanBirthdate: 3 August 1958, USA
Creators of "Guess Who"William RoseBirthdate: 12 December 1914, Jefferson City, Missouri, USADavid Ronn
Critic Reviews of "Guess Who"San Jose Mercury NewsApril 02, 2005
Mac and Kutcher have proved themselves better comics than actors, but both give charming, subtle performances here.Village VoiceMarch 29, 2005
The film is predictable and its humor is tension free.Ebert & RoeperMarch 28, 2005
I say sometimes that scripts get rewritten too much. I don't know if this one got rewritten too much or not enough, but I wish they had given it another go and tried to strike a more consistent tone.Salon.comMarch 25, 2005
The timing of nearly every gag is just half a beat off, and that half-beat is a killer.Globe and MailMarch 25, 2005
Let's just say that, on the charge of comedic intentions, the cinematic jury is still out.Washington PostMarch 25, 2005
Might provide a much-needed fix for Mac's most ardent fans, but they'll have to wait for a star vehicle that fully exploits the range of his comic gifts.Common Sense MediaDecember 24, 2010
Update on Poitier classic isn't as memorable.eFilmCritic.comFebruary 14, 2008
Here's a comedy premised on racial unease, and it's too timid to uncork actual racial humor.Film Journal InternationalMarch 01, 2007
A bland rom-com that seems afraid of its own subject matter.Movies for the MassesOctober 03, 2006
full review in GreekeFilmCritic.comAugust 02, 2005
A rule: any time you see the movie's stars racing in go-karts, it's because the script ran out of funny things to do.Laramie Movie ScopeJune 29, 2005
In the first place, the film doesn't aim high enough. In the second place, it falls short of that unambitious goal.
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