Just for the record, I have to wait until I get the chance to rent the movies and watch them to give you my reviews of them. (Unless, I’m blessed enough to get them early.)
I have had my eye on The Other Woman for a long time now. I’m glad I kept my eye on it because it was a really awesome movie. It was hilarious! It definitely helped put me in a better mood.
I have stressed that I don’t believe in Open Marriages. I thought this movie was going to head in the direction of an open marriage, but I’m glad to say it didn’t.
Oh how I want to tell you the ending, but I don’t do spoiler alerts often. I will tell you this, this movie does give me hope that there still are enough people who want to have the typical marriage that found this movie worth watching.
I won’t lie this movie made me want to tell this wife why her husband was wanting to have an affair in the first place. However, I found I would be looking in the mirror a good bit with this one. See lately, I’ve been picking on my husband’s looks and health a lot. I’ve turned into that nagging wife I warned others against being.
I know my husband hasn’t cheated on me. Shoot he doesn’t have the chance to do it. However, if he did, I’m sure he’d be looking for someone to make him feel better about himself even if he never cheated on me physically.
This wife in this movie didn’t even attempt to look worth a dime for her husband. She nagged him about what he was eating. She acted like a child who knew nothing.
Now, I know I’m guilty of not caring about my looks enough! I’m working on that. I’m trying desperately to get over my hurdle that is holding me back. I know God is pushing me to make it happen too because he is opening the doors for support and guidance at every turn.
I totally enjoyed this movie. I can’t wait until next week when Mom’s Night Out and Draft Day come out. They Came Together looks like it has some promise to it too.
What did you think of this movie?