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The Other Woman

6.01 h 49 min2014X-RayPG-13
When three women (Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton) learn they're involved with the same man (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), they team up to teach him a lesson - or three!
Nick Cassavetes
Cameron DiazLeslie MannKate Upton
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Nikolaj Coster-WaldauNicki Minaj
PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
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4.7 out of 5 stars

19847 global ratings

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JessReviewed in the United States on May 29, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
Censoring? Amazon? Not for my benefit.
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I teach people how to write for a living; thus, I understand the need to express one's self in ways not considered crude: swear words. Although, I, too, curse, I like to think of it as a timing issue, and depending on the person and her sensitivities, I refrain. I'm not living in a substandard comedy, where the only words I have access to, are curse words. Nonetheless, censoring is an issue with me, and I find it hard to enjoy an edited movie or song. I want to listen or watch something as the artist intended. If I don't, I don't watch/listen/read. It's that simple. Do I think censorship has nuances to it? Sure. Hate speech or false information come to mind. But, come on, this is a female buddy comedy. We don't get many of those, anyway. Thus, do us all a favor, and give us the real deal. Don't make Cameron Díaz say "flippin'", when her lips are clearly indicating something else.
12 people found this helpful
WritergirlReviewed in the United States on October 14, 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
Could have been funnier
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I wanted to like this, and a few parts were funny, but overall it was kind of a downer. I was hoping for something more fun. But I guess a ruined marriage isn't really fun, is it? I'd rather watch a rom-com where there is unexpected love and chance meetings. Anyway, it was hard to come away from this feeling uplifted, which is what I want with a rom-com. This was more like an anti-rom-com, girl power kind of flick, I guess. I wouldn't watch it again.
7 people found this helpful
Now and thenReviewed in the United States on October 20, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
So much fun to see so much female revenge for all the ...
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So much fun to see so much female revenge for all the right reasons. and it's a great team effort: : Leslie Mann is a full blown physical comedienne like Lucille Ball, and her chemistry with Cameron Diaz and Kate Upton is full on no holds barred engaged and wacky. Lucille Ball, see what you think. They hold their own in their own ways. Girls night in. Do your nails and watch this. I own it. Happy times when the trio buckles down to get back what they have lost (pride and money).
9 people found this helpful
CherryMReviewed in the United States on December 3, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Crazy good movie
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Don't read the reviews and let that spoil this movie for you. Most movies you can tell how it's going to end in the first 3-10 mins. Not so with this movie. It's fun, entertaining and different. Not at all a cliche'.

Also I hate it when people say something is so funny you laugh alot.. those kind of movies are very rare and that's not what this is.. you'll chuckle in a few spots.. otherwise just consider it a fun and crazy script.

..and no matter what, remember, Jaime Lannister is always hot!
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Heather WolfReviewed in the United States on October 22, 2014
4.0 out of 5 stars
Slapstick comedy with a dash of heart
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I not only had no desire to see this movie, I thought I would absolutely hate it, yet ended up laughing my head off and really enjoying it.
Leslie Mann is simply divine. It is unfortunate that most actors need to be in dramatic roles to have their talents recognized and appreciated, while comedy is where the real challenge lies. Having all of the emotion of a dramatic role, while not losing the humor requires exceptional skill. Mann brings all the sincerity and devastation of a woman who has not only had her heart broken, but is seeing her world crumble before her and combines it with a quirkiness and endearing hysterics (who knew hysterics could ever be endearing?) that are truly hilarious. While Cameron Diaz has top billing and does do a great job as the straight woman reluctantly drawn into antics and friendships with her cohorts, Leslie Mann's role carries the film and she makes it more than just another goofy piece of fluff to pass an hour and a half. No reason we can't have some substance with our entertainment!
And on that subject, I also really appreciated that though there are tertiary romantic interests and some happily ever after feel to it at the end, finding their new Mr. Right(s) is not the storyline or purpose of the movie. It's actually about the women and their relationships to each other, in the vein of the ever increasingly popular bromance movies. Yes, woman can be friends and supportive of each other and no, not all stories about women have to be centered around finding a man, which magically solves all their sorrows and woes. So nice to have a slight departure from that tired old schtick.
While the final confrontation with the cheating, scumbag husband lost me a bit in the end as a tad over the top in an inconsistent way from the rest of the film, I otherwise enjoyed every moment and would absolutely recommend watching.
34 people found this helpful
Missus BReviewed in the United States on May 24, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Loved it: Belly Laugh Funny
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My husband and I watched this movie last night and laughed so hard we cried! Leslie Mann is absolutely hilarious. We have never been fans of Cameron Diaz but, we actually liked her in this movie and were routing for her to succeed! The lines were wonderful, the plot was engaging and I haven't laughed that hard in ages. In the past year there has been so little to laugh about that this movie was the perfect escape !! You gotta watch this - No, it's not a total chick flick, although it's a bit too "adult" for younger viewers.
2 people found this helpful
KSSeaBirdReviewed in the United States on December 24, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
Hysterical movie, you cheatin' b#&!^*!
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Absolutely hysterical movie! It's a chick flick, but tell your Guy that Kate Upton and Candace Diaz spend a lot of time running around in bikinis and he will gladly watch it with you. As my daddy used to say "The goodies always win and the baddies always lose." Don Johnson is GREAT in this role. Multiple love stories within one funny funny movie.
13 people found this helpful
coastgrlReviewed in the United States on December 27, 2021
2.0 out of 5 stars
very, very mixed bag
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oh boy... well, this movie is exactly what you'd expect from the cast. precisely. Cameron Diaz doing her man-slayer bit, Kate Upton essentially being, well, a model, and Leslie Mann doing her sort of spastic thing while also being anorectically thin. I think I would have found this particular brand of female empowerment more palatable with the same quantity of booze these ladies put down throughout the entire movie. The whole second half of the movie made me gut-level uncomfortable in the same way that getting through a date with someone lying to your face does. Like, ill. For any woman who's been through some stuff with men - don't expect to be LOL all the way, expect to feel angry and uncomfortable a good bit. Getting chummy with the mistresses is a nice turnaround idea but bikini bonding, giggling into the night, and whatnot? Come on. It gets real towards the end but also pretty dark and violent. The slapstick comedy is a highlight, but fits weirdly, in between attempts at deep emotion. The best actor in the film is without question also the bad guy. So in short, this is a typical Hollywood mind-screw. Oh, some nice on- location scenery, as well.
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