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The Other Woman

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The Other Woman

Nick Cassavetes (2014)

12 Certificate


Our Score
Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann make for a bubbly double act in this comedy pitched squarely at the fizzy-wine crowd. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is the man who inadvertently brings the pair together, initially at loggerheads, when it becomes apparent that he's dating Diaz despite being married to Mann. They aren't the only women in his life, either, but Kate Upton proves to be a bit of a gooseberry as the third conspirator in a sketchily plotted mission to bring the love rat to his knees. Despite taking top billing, Diaz generously allows Mann to shine in a slapstick turn that finds her character swinging between grief and rage like a drunken ninja. Director Nick Cassavetes (The Notebook, My Sister's Keeper) is certainly guilty of dragging out the action and overcooking the finale, but this all makes for good naughty fun, nonetheless.


A woman is devastated to learn her boyfriend is actually married, but when she meets his wife, they quickly become friends. When they discover he has a third secret lover, they decide to join forces and teach him a lesson. Comedy, starring Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, Kate Upton and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

Cast & Crew

Carly Whitten Cameron Diaz
Kate King Leslie Mann
Amber Kate Upton
Mark King Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
Lydia Nicki Minaj
Phil Taylor Kinney
Frank Don Johnson
Cece Alyshia Ochse
Fernando Victor Cruz
Nick David Thornton
Director Nick Cassavetes
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: 20th Century Fox Guidance: Swearing, sexual references. Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 18 Apr 2014


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