Chick Flicks by Jo Berry and Angie Errigo Orion $155 Definition of a chick flick: would a man go to see this alone or with his mates? If the answer is yes, then it isn't a chick flick. Critics Jo Berry and Angie Errigo wrote this collection of reviews and essays because 'sometimes, what a woman wants has nothing to do with artistic merit. Now and then they just want a movie in which the girl gets the guy, the girl doesn't get the guy and dies, or the girl gets a wardrobe to die for'. If you think it's old-fashioned to distinguish between a woman's film and a man's, the authors say you've clearly never tried to drag a bloke to see How to Make an American Quilt. Reviews of must-sees are given extra space, including Titanic, Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe, Dirty Dancing and the ultimate chick-flick adventure of them all - the gun-toting, law-dodging gal pals of Thelma and Louise.