Her Minor Thing

Her Minor Thing

Director: Charles Matthau Cast: Estella Warren, Christian Kane, Michael Weatherly
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Overview

Her Minor Thing

The ongoing war of the sexes soars to new and hilarious heights in this tale of a successful twenty-five-year old professional lusted after by every man in the city after her boyfriend reveals on live television that she is a virgin. Pursued by men who long to be her first and flooded with advice from women who implore her to punish her boyfriend for his public blunder, the one time die-hard romantic soon finds her belief in love quickly fading. Estella Warren, Rachel Dratch, Kathy Griffin, and Victoria Jackson star in a film directed by Charlie Matthau.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/16/2007
UPC: 0687797114594
Original Release: 2005
Rating: NR
Source: Alchemy / Millennium
Time: 1:31:00

Special Features

Behind the scenes featurette; Previews; Spanish subtitles; 5.1 dobly digital surround

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Her Minor Thing
1. Main Titles [2:29]
2. The Romantic [8:05]
3. Story at 11 [10:28]
4. Burn This Guy [7:02]
5. Breaking Up [8:26]
6. Healing [8:35]
7. Diabolical Woman [5:57]
8. Health Club [9:12]
9. Darkroom [9:09]
10. Plan B [12:50]
11. At Long Last [5:34]
12. End Credits [3:21]

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Her Minor Thing 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BassgalNic More than 1 year ago
If you want a genuinely good, enjoyable, free from R rating type of movie - then this is it. I really like this movie, the story is cute and the actors pull it off quite nicely. Christian Kane steals the show (and your heart), playing a softie for a change; Estella Warren with those great legs of hers also holds up her end of the screen time; and Michael Weatherly plays, well, DiNozo from NCIS (with a microphone instead of a gun). The story line sounded, to me, a little lame, however I was pleasantly surprised by the enjoyability of it all, from the directing by Charles Matthau to the acting to the filming. Like I said, it really is worth a look - or two, or three!