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Opens in theaters: April 25, 2014

Rated PG-13

Review: There is no better team to take down a man than his wife and mistresses. Leslie Mann, Cameron Diaz, and Kate Upton’s characters rally together to expose the cheating ways of “Mark” (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), both in his personal and professional life.  Despite being cheated on, these ladies develop a friendship with one another in an effort to make Mark suffer. The Other Woman is a great premise for a female-empowered film; however, the execution was not successful.  The movie could have been funny, but the awkward and disgusting scenes were overkill and hindered its possibility for hilarious moments.

I give The Other Woman one thumbs down.

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