The Other WomanAfter discovering her boyfriend is married, a woman (Cameron Diaz) tries to get her ruined life back on track. But when she accidentally meets the wife he’s been cheating on (Leslie Mann), she realizes they have much in common, and her sworn enemy becomes her greatest friend. When yet another affair is discovered (Kate Upton), all three women team up to plot mutual revenge on their cheating, lying, three-timing SOB.
Actors of "The Other Woman"
Characters of "The Other Woman"
Directors of "The Other Woman"
Nick CassavetesBirthdate: 21 May 1959, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "The Other Woman"
Critic Reviews of "The Other Woman"
New YorkerMay 05, 2014
What begins as a smoothly oiled romantic comedy quickly morphs into a clattery, grinding screwball contrivance.
USA TodayApril 28, 2014
The vapid story -- and its intended humor -- meanders and loses its way in predictable sit-com style.
Salon.comApril 27, 2014
For all its faults, there is a kind of genius in the way that it takes the rom-com raison d'etre - the desire to see two lovable people fall in love with each other - and diverts it for its own purposes.
New York Magazine/VultureApril 25, 2014
You can't shake the feeling that in a just world, all these women - even Kate Upton - would have better material than this.
Richard Roeper.comApril 25, 2014
GrantlandApril 25, 2014
No one knows which takes are funny and which aren't. More than once, all three women, especially poor Upton, are caught looking like they don't know what they're doing.
The Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)March 10, 2017
But, but, but: Mann and Diaz make a surprisingly entertaining comedy team, swiping at each other with impeccable timing... the whole enterprise is at least 40 percent better than you ever thought it could be.
Washington Free BeaconJuly 14, 2016
Kate Upton busts out in buoyant debut turn.
The Film StageJune 06, 2016
One of those lame comedies that pretends allegiance to the female demographic but spends most of its time toiling around in sub-moronic, playground-level sexual politics.
Family Home TheaterApril 03, 2016
Though Nine to Five played out as an ensemble film, The Other Woman is totally taken over by Mann, who swipes every scene with her hilariously sympathetic portrayal of a needy, ditzy, and slightly manic wife.
Today's Zaman (Turkey)February 29, 2016
This is one of the blandest films of the week.
People MagazineJanuary 09, 2015
While there are a few solidly funny moments, The Other Woman is largely an extended groan.
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