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Review: 'The Other Woman'

Original post made on Apr 29, 2014

The women in "The Other Woman" get the equal opportunity, like the men in Judd Apatow movies, to behave like overgrown children, but the power they give their cheatin' man to occupy all their waking hours makes this comedy more sad than funny.

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Posted by Palyed
a resident of Downtown North
on Apr 29, 2014 at 7:11 am

I LOVE this movie. It's cheesy and daft in many ways, but-how many of us would be so thrilled to be able to do what these ladies did? You don't have to look far, probably the person sitting next to you, right now-cheatttting! And if they aren't now, they have, or will, goes with out saying. To me this movie isn't just blathering females. It's camaraderie, forgiveness, compassion, and friendship-in light of one of the most painful life events. ROCK ON girls- the rest beware, some good ideas are up for the snatching!


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