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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 ...
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Overview

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).
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Special Features

Deleted & alternate scenes; Gag reel; "Giggle fit"
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Perry Seibert
Nick Cassavetes' comedy The Other Woman is loaded with likable performances, but the script by first-time screenwriter Melissa Stack adheres so slavishly to conventional Hollywood wisdom that the movie never feels as fun as it should. Venture capitalist Mark (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) is a lying, conniving sociopath, something his wife Kate (Leslie Mann) and his mistress Carly (Cameron Diaz) discover when Carly - who had no idea her boyfriend was married -- tries to surprise Mark at his home. The two women have polar-opposite personalities -- Kate is a little ditzy and very insecure, while Carly is a confident, high-powered lawyer -- but they soon begin to talk and bond. Kate eventually decides that 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, Mark's other mistress Amber (swimsuit model Kate Upton). Director Nick Cassavetes has jumped back and forth between indie fare (She's So Lovely, Yellow) and more mainstream material (John Q, My Sister's Keeper), and the best aspect of his work has consistently been his rapport with actors. He always draws good -- and sometimes great -- performances from his cast, and while there's nothing great overall about The Other Woman, you definitely don't mind spending some time with its characters. Unsurprisingly, Leslie Mann gets most of the laughs. She has a knack for twisting a line reading in a way that keeps the audience off-kilter -- somebody should cast her and Lisa Kudrow in something as soon as possible. Diaz lets herself look her age, and, as when she played the super-mousy wife in Being John Malkovich, letting go of physical perfection allows her to seem more real. She's loose as she plays the straight woman to Mann's motormouthed extrovert. The biggest surprise is Kate Upton, who is pretty good as the young hottie Mark starts sleeping with after his wife and mistress stop having sex with him. On paper she seems like stunt casting, and that she wouldn't need to provide anything other than a perfect body and a pretty face, but she doesn't force anything and scores some laughs with the dumb-blonde schtick written for her. Additionally, Don Johnson gets to have fun as Carly's benignly lecherous father. That dumbness, unfortunately, plagues the whole script. Both Amber and Kate vacillate between stupid and savvy depending on what best suits the story and the comedy. This lack of consistency makes it difficult to invest in the characters emotionally, although when the movie steals the laxative/bathroom scene from Dumb and Dumber, it is fair to say that character development is hardly the point. There's a great film to be made from the idea at the core of this story, but The Other Woman never gets near it. The characters may drink whisky, tequila, and gin, but the movie itself is white wine -- the likely drink of choice for its target demographic.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/29/2014
  • UPC: 024543930020
  • Original Release: 2014
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Region Code: A
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: Français
  • Time: 1:49:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 8,478

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Cameron Diaz , Carly
Leslie Mann , Kate
Kate Upton , Amber
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau , Mark
Taylor Kinney , Phil
Nicki Minaj Lydia,
Don Johnson Frank
Kenneth Maharaj Busboy
Alyshia Ochse Cece
Victor Cruz Fernando
Madison McKinley Waitress
David Thornton Nick
Olivia Culpo Raven-Haired Beauty
John "BJ" Bryant Security Guard
Chelsea Turnbo Receptionist
Brooke Stacy Mills Woman at Deli
Raushanna Simmons Woman Buying Coffee
Cheryl Horne Woman in Restroom
Virginia Cassavetes Legal Secretary
Nancy DeMayo Legal Secretary
Nina Barry Legal Secretary
Colin Bannon Dana
Zac LaRoc Bartender
Jennifer Lee Crowl Shopper
Katherine Andreassen Shopper
Daniel Reton Investor
Tony Costa Investor
Alex Stebbins Hot Girl at Bar
Yueh Hwa Chan Madame
Meki Saldana Meki
Craig "Radioman" Castaldo Radioman
Sarah Tymon Sarah the Waitress
Jude Donnelly Tow Truck Driver
Gordon B. Andrews Gardener
Cucu Diamantes Band Singer
Andrés Levin Guitar Player
Andrés Levin Guitar Player
Technical Credits
Nick Cassavetes Director
Matthew Barry Casting
Heather Carey Casting
Dan Davis Production Designer
Jim Flynn Editor
Robert Fraisse Cinematographer
Nancy Green-Keyes Casting
Alan Heim Editor
Douglas Huszti Art Director
Jessica Kelly Casting
Donald J. Lee Jr. Executive Producer
Bruce MacCallum Camera Operator
Tod A. Maitland Sound Mixer
Jonathan McGarry Asst. Director
Julia Michels Musical Direction/Supervision
Paolo Nieddu Costumes/Costume Designer
Jacqueline Oknaian Costumes/Costume Designer
Suzanne Smith Casting
Melissa Stack Screenwriter
Julie Yorn Producer
Aaron Zigman Score Composer
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  • Posted August 28, 2014

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    Funny, heartfelt, and memorable.  A bit over-the-top towards the

    Funny, heartfelt, and memorable.  A bit over-the-top towards the end but very worth the watch, over and over again.

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