The stars deserve better than this revenge-comedy mess
The Other Woman
Starring Leslie Mann, Cameron Diaz and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
Directed by Nick Cassavettes
PG-13, 109 min.
If The Other Woman didn’t have such a recognizable cast, it might be just plain forgettable. Instead, high-profile stars and a major chick-flick marketing push almost guarantee it will make an even bigger, messier splash as it goes down.
Leslie Mann (This Is 40, The 40-Year Old Virgin) plays Kate, a whiny, neurotic housewife who discovers her cad husband, Mark (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau from TV’s Game of Thrones), is having an affair with a sexy Manhattan lawyer, Carly (Cameron Diaz).
So what does Kate do? Why, she befriends her husband’s mistress, naturally!
Then Kate and Carly find out Mark is cheating on them both (gasp!) with another woman, portrayed by former Sports Illustrated model Kate Upton, whose role here (if not…
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Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, and (surprisingly charming!) Kate Upton blow up the screen and split sides all over the country with this witty comedy for a new era in female relationships!
The Other Woman is a well told story with great cast and brilliant physical comedy unusual for a female cast, but the movie is much more than another chick comedy. Recent forays into the physical comedic genre by female casts, such as Pitch Perfect and Brides Maids, have been hugely successful by appealing to both women and men and giving actresses the chance to exercise their Three Stooges comedic muscles.
The Other Woman stands apart because the main conflict, though far from being a new idea, is approached in a new way that highlights the women working together rather than turning on one another. Normally in these movies the “mistress” is an evil seducing temptress pursuing the husband. Even…
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After discovering her boyfriend is married, Carly soon meets the wife he’s been betraying. And when yet another love affair is discovered, all three women team up to plot revenge on the three-timing S.O.B.
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