Love makes everything possible.
Natalie Portman, Lisa Kudrow, Scott Cohen
|Screenplay||Don Roos, from the novel by Ayelet Waldman|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital|
|Produced by||Incentive Filmed Entertainment, Handsomecharlie Films, Is or Isn't Entertainment, Marc Platt Productions|
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|Comments||Strong well-crafted drama with adult themes revolving around the death of an infant child.|
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What the Critics say
|Cape Argus / The Star|
Helen Herimbi Daughters dating their dads is not just a topic on Springer
Paul Boekkooi Natalie Portman is baie goed
Leon van Nierop
Mark Keizer The Other Woman is what happens when a film director falls for a novel crammed with Incredible Moments of Heartbreaking Emotion and turns it into a movie crammed with Incredible Moments of Heartbreaking Emotion. It becomes a parade of interpersonal conflict and miserable circumstances that adds up to nothing less than angst-porn.
James Berardinelli A family drama that wants viewers to leave uplifted. Unfortunately, that's not really what happens.
Tomatometer Natalie Portman and Lisa Kudrow deliver fine performances in The Other Woman, but they're muted by Don Roos' clumsy direction and cluttered, melodramatic script
What the People say
339 Netizens The Growth of Natalie Portman
Average .. 50%