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Written by Anonymous. I thought this movie was a great entertainment! I really had a good time watching it. I think the actresses did excellent. I especially loved Cameron Diaz, she is so funny, as always in her movies! Kate Upton did better than I imagined, and concerning Leslie Mann, even though her voice annoys me a bit, I found her great!
Thinking back, I think that her voice really suited her character after all. As for Nikolaj Coaster-Waldau, he made me laugh a lot and I really hated his character in the movie. I think that the choice of actors and actresses really paid off and made the movie shine, because I don't think the plot was THAT amazing.
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So I guess the movie itself lacked some originality. But anyways, I still laughed a lot and considering myself as a really a hard person to make laugh, I was very surprised to find the funny scenes and jokes hilarious. Start your free trial. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet!
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The film opens with two sophisticates — Mark and Carly Diaz — locked in the throes of late-night lust. The kind that requires heavy breathing and desperate groping, while pressed up against a handy wall. It suggests this may be their first time. For a few weeks they date, flirt and wake up together in traditional rom-com style, their upscale polish captured in lovely montages by director of photography Robert Fraisse with the same affection he brought to "The Notebook.
Everything shifts when we see Mark going to bed with Carly one night and waking up with Kate Mann. Kate, in a dowdy housecoat, is fussing over Mark's cholesterol levels. Caring, perhaps; sexy, no, as if to explain why Mark's such a naughty boy.
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While the movie works to define the women, the filmmakers' indecision starts to chip away. Is Kate ditsy or brainy? Initially, Mann makes her wide-eyed, then weepy. But there are allusions that the ideas Mark converts into moneymakers are hers, not his. Carly, in contrast, is a classy attorney at the top of her game. She is smart enough to keep the sassy Lydia as her secretary, a scene-stealing Nicki Minaj essentially playing a Nicki Minaj knockoff. But it's not long before the filmmakers start dumbing Carly down too.
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It's like the flu in this film, something that's going around. Questionable relationship advice from Carly's dad Frank Don Johnson leads to an awkward meeting between mistress and wife. The unsuspecting begin suspecting, which soon leads to teaming and scheming. Beware two women scorned.