April 24, 2014 5:02 pm

The Other Woman – film review

Three women exact financial revenge on a libidinous man in this glossy comedy
Leslie Mann in 'The Other Woman'

Leslie Mann in 'The Other Woman'

The Other Woman is a slapstick, glossy fantasy about three gorgeous women taking revenge on a libidinous hubbie from Connecticut, by hijacking his professional finances. It brandishes the perfectly charming (if simultaneously embarrassing with her innocent primordial gaze), universe-shattering, bazooka-bouncing, Sports Illustrated model Kate Upton, frolicking apparently Gina Lollobrigida-ishly in a bikini. Anyway, she does the poor chap in and takes over his business. Her holdings, see, are not minuscule. Uproar.

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