The Other Woman (2014)

Theatrical Release: April 25, 2014
The Other Woman (2014)


After discovering her boyfriend is married, a woman (Cameron Diaz) tries to get her ruined life back on track. But when she accidentally meets the wife he’s been cheating on (Leslie Mann), she realizes they have much in common, and her sworn enemy becomes her greatest friend. When yet another affair is discovered (Kate Upton), all three women team up to plot mutual revenge on their cheating, lying, three-timing SOB.

Dove Review

“The Other Woman” is a film about what everyone thinks it is plus a few. A man is having an affair with not just one other woman but many others and this film focuses on two in particular. The women get together in a meeting that turns into a friendship that no man really wants to face. The women bring out the good old “get even” instinct that some feel is necessary when they find themselves wronged.

The women in this group team up to find out who the true man is that they all thought they knew. Not only does he cheat on the wife and two girl friends but also his companies. The story is set in motion as the 3 woman get their revenge and make him pay for what his has done.

It is a chick flick that will make many laugh. Unfortunately, due to many mature issues in this film we do not consider this a film for the family.

Content Description

Sex: Married man having an affair; Discussion regarding married man and mistress' sex life; couples kissing; discussions regarding womans female parts; couple in bed together; many sexual innuendos; woman trying to kiss another woman; discussion about having sex with husband
Language: BS/S-40; D-2; J/JC-3; Screw it-3; A/AH-5; OMG/OG-9; Whores-4; Slut-1; Hell-2; Freaking-1
Violence: Man gets kicked, punched in the nose and falls through a glass window; man with bloody face
Drugs: Many drinking scenes; scenes of women passed out from drinking; women putting drugs into man's drink with out him knowing
Nudity: Women shown in bikinis; man in shower and wrapped in towel; man shirtless; beach scenes; cleavage; women sexually dressed
Other: Man cheating on wife with two other woman; stealing money from company; woman spying on man; man flirting, man takes a phone call from girlfriend while with wife;


Company: 20th Century Fox
Director: Nick Cassavetes
Producer: Julie Yorn
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 109 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe