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The Other Woman [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray] [2014]

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    Overview

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (958 out of 1005)

    Special Features


    • Deleted & alternate scenes
    • Gag reel
    • "Giggle fit"

    Synopsis


    The Other Woman
    Nick Cassavetes' comedy The Other Woman concerns venture capitalist Mark (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), a lying, conniving sociopath. His wife, Kate (Leslie Mann), and his mistress, Carly (Cameron Diaz), discover this about him when Carly - who had no idea her boyfriend was married -- tries to surprise Mark at their home. The two polar opposite personalities - Kate is a little ditzy and very insecure where Carly is a confident, high-powered lawyer -begin to talk and bond. Eventually Kate decides she wants revenge, so she and Carly cook up a plan to ruin Mark's life. They find allies in Kate's brother Phil (Taylor Kinney) and unexpectedly in yet another one of Mark's mistresses, Amber (swimsuit model Kate Upton). ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Cameron Diaz
      Cameron Diaz - Carly
    • Leslie Mann
      Leslie Mann - Kate
    • Kate Upton
      Kate Upton - Amber
    • Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
      Nikolaj Coster-Waldau - Mark
    • Nicki Minaj
      Nicki Minaj - Lydia



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 1005 reviews

    96%
    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Cute Chick Flick

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      Shay
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      This movie had an unusual twist. Cameron Diaz has a new love interest that she thinks is a great guy until she discovers that he has a wife. After, she goes out to the country to surprise her boyfriend, and his wife answers the door it throws Cameron for a loop. As she hobbles back to the city in her broken heel, she is angry. The next morning her ex-guys wife shows up at her job to ask her a question to find out that her worst suspicions are true that her husband is cheating on her. As the wife has a melt-down Cameron tells her if she leaves she will tell her anything she wants to know. She goes out for drinks with Cameron to ask her how many times had she slept with her husband. After, the wife gets blasted Cameron puts the woman in a car to send her home thinking it is the end of the fiasco only to find out that the wife is downstairs in the lobby at her job the next day. Then at her front door. The wife forces Cameron to be her friend. Later, the two women find out that the husband has been cheating on them both with a younger, sexier woman. The two women decide to follow the husband on a so call business trip to get a glimpse of the new other woman. After, Cameron see's the young thing she starts running after her to find the wife on her back trying to stop her. The wife and Cameron get into a tussle to find the younger, sexier woman standing over them. When she ask the two women what is going on, they tell her that her boyfriend is a liar and cheater. The three women form an alliance and decide to work together to get even with the husband and break him financially.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      He was the perfect man, but...

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      AVcollector
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      What happens when a woman finds out that her perfect man has been lying to her and has a wife? If you're Cameron Diaz, you kick him to the curb, but her ex-boyfriend's wife is a lot harder to push away. Uncertain of what to do now that her world is shattered as she finds out her husband has cheated on her with a beautiful woman, she latches onto the other woman. Cameron's character is a strong willed lawyer and begins to come up with a plan, but Leslie Mann (the wife) finds out that not only was her husband cheating on her, but there is another "other woman". The three women decide that they need to take him down in way that maybe, just maybe the serial cheater might learn a lesson. The Other Woman is very funny and the actresses have greater comedic timing and good rapport with each other. It is a movie that I will watch more than once for sure.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Fabulous feel-good film!

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      Doctor4Paws
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      I was hesitant to see this film, but boy was I glad I did! It was a bucket of laughs from beginning to end. Leslie Mann OWNS this film, but shares her screen time with Cameron Diaz and Kate Upton, two women who hold up their end of the deal. While many have panned this film for being formulaic, I disagree. We are entertained by the extremes in our society, and we love to tell stories about what has happened in our lives. Would this really happen in real life? Maybe, maybe not, but that is irrelevant. What you have before you is a smooth ride with laughs, tears, and sighs. While the theme is revenge against a cheating husband, the story reveals that life is about the ups, the downs, and the friends we make along the way that get us through the tough times. Five stars for The Other Woman!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Not for me

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      YellowRose
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      While the premise of getting 'even' with a two-timing [or three-timing] jerk of a boyfriend may appeal to some part of you inside, and while people may be interested in ths ensemble cast [Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, Kate Upton...], the extreems [bordering on grossness and vulgarity] to which the revenge is taken out [female hormones and laxatives snuck into beverages, a three-some with transvestite] and unnecessary overly graphic violence [including a 'splattering on a glass wall' nosebleed followed by walking into another glass wall and shattering it] far outweigh the humor factor which this film is trying to convey.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      How could this have gone wrong?

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      Venom2796
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      It's an idea that has been shown on film before. It seems fairly simple but it seems like Hollywood can't get it right. In the film, three women find out that their boyfriend/husband is cheating. So they take revenge. Sounds simple enough. The problem is just that instead of taking a smart approach, the film is full of stupid jokes. The characters are almost all unlikable. Cameron Diaz seems like she doesn't even want to be there. Leslie Mann is basically playing Debbie from Knocked Up. And Kate Upton is Kate Upton. Taylor Kinney as Mann's brother is the only redeeming quality in the movie but sadly it isn't enough to save it.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      FUNNY WOMAN

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      JOHNNYANGEL2010
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      The Other Woman may provoke a smile or two, and maybe even a passing giggle here and there, but it's hardly in the ribald arena frequented by Melissa McCarthy or the Farrelly Brothers. Diaz seems to be lost here, leaving most of the heavy lifting to Mann, who is saddled with a completely neurotic character who basically careens from crisis to crisis. This film did very well at the box office, proving critical brickbats can only go so far in defeating a star of Cameron Diaz's immense allure, and for what seems to be the sizable fan base for this film, the good news is that the presentation here is top notch.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      fun movie that you get to laugh

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      Yuriko
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      The ending is weaker than I expected though, it's worth at least one watch. The story seems pretty basic - the wife and two mistresses (one of whom didn't realize the guy was married) find out about each other, and rather than get into a fight, they become friends and set out to punish the womaniser. Is a light comedy with laughing whole way through except for a few scenes that were unrealistic and too much. Can be enjoyed with your close friends or sweetheart.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      It's light fare, but not half bad.

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      Suzanna23
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      Cameron Diaz stars in this, with 2 other non-famous actresses. All 3 learn that one guy is two-timing all 3 of them, and they start a payback program. Diaz is convincing as a party girl, and the other 2 are fine. It's not Shakespeare nor strong drama, but if you just want lighthearted fun, this is a good film. It's also good for a party, you don't have to catch every scene. And, there's no violence or guns, yay.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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