Barry Wetcher, Twentieth Century Fox
Information for parents about the film "The Other Woman."
Thematic elements/crude humor: Women play pranks on a man, giving him hormones to change his body. They spike his drink with a laxative. They also put hair remover in his shampoo. Drinking to excess and a woman vomits into her purse. Scenes of a woman in a drunken state. Three women play a game to determine who will sleep with a man. A mention of smoking but none is actually shown. A dog defecates on screen. Mention of an STD.
Sexuality/sensuality: A woman runs down the beach in a bikini in slow motion. A man and woman are kissing as they enter an apartment and talk about just meeting that night. A man and a woman are kissing in bed and undressing. A woman asks a man about including another person in their sexual encounter.
Language: Many uses of expletives throughout the film, obscene gestures and crude sexual dialogue.
Shawn O'Neill is the Family Man Movie Reviewer. You can see his reviews at familymanmovieblog.blogspot.com.
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