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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Leslie Mann
On its surface, "The Other Woman" is a very welcome thing: A movie starring talented, funny women with their own punch lines and everything. In the movies, this is bizarrely rare.
"The Other Woman" has a bit of an identity crisis. Is it a life-affirming story of women bonding under adverse circumstances, or a gross-out revenge comedy about infidelity?
Intended as a cry of female empowerment, "The Other Woman" starts rough, picks up steam halfway through, then ends with an odd clunk, leaving you wishing that the good bits could have better used.
If you count yourself among those who've never been cheated on, Cameron Diaz has these words of wisdom: It will happen, or it's already happened and you just don't know it.
The latest generational comedy from raunch auteur Judd Apatow is notable for a few riotously funny set pieces, but it drags at times over its more than two hours, lurching toward the inevitable happy ending.