“The Other Woman” serves as a ferocious feminist fantasy devoted to the serial seducer’s comeuppance that’s sporadically funny, but not nearly as funny or pointed or mature as it thinks it is.
Will the younger members of the audience get all the irreverently skewed historical references? No. Does that matter? Not really.
What gives writer-director Judd Apatow’s latest slice-of-life comedy its “oomph” is the sometimes brutal honesty on display in this exploration of marital struggle and parenting fumble.
For moviegoers, December means the climax to the year’s big-screen release schedule is now upon us.
Time flies when you’re having fun. As do the birds in the bright and breezy animated feature, “Rio.”