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Lazy premise, overused gags doom comic chick flick The Other Woman

Three unlikeable female characters team up in the most improbable way to form the basis of the least funny comedy you are likely to see this year.

Published on Apr 16, 2014 11:46 AM
 
Two woman – played by Leslie Mann (left) and Cameron Diaz (centre) – find out that the man in their life is cheating on the both of them with yet another woman (Kate Upton, right) in The Other Woman. -- PHOTO: FOX

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THE OTHER WOMAN (PG13)

109 minutes/Opens tomorrow/ *

The story: Carly (Cameron Diaz) is a lawyer who seems to have it all: A surging career and a strong relationship with sexy entrepreneur Mark (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau). After she discovers that Mark is married to Kate (Leslie Mann), the pair plots to find out the depth of Mark's deception and uncover a third woman, Amber (Kate Upton).

 
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