Both the trailer and poster for The Other Woman are now online.

Both the trailer and poster for The Other Woman are now online.

The film stars Natalie Portman and is based on the Ayelet Waldman novel. The Other Woman tells the story of a recently married Harvard Law graduate and the tragedy that strikes when she loses her newborn daughter.

Also starring Scott Cohen, Charlie Tahan and Lisa Kudrow, the Don Roos film hits theaters in a limited release on February 4, 2011.

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  • A lot of moments were cringe-worthy. Stale cliches throughout make the few funny moments not worth much. The casting had huge names in it, and I was wrong to expect more from it. The movie tries its best to be a feel-good romantic comedy where the good guys win and the bad guy sees his rightful demise to a smattering of applause. Of course, they all lived happily ever after. Unpolished, slapstick and bodily functions make it too mature for younger audiences, yet too stupid for adults. If you are looking for something to sit down to without a whole lot of thinking, give this a shot. Otherwise, this is not worth your time.

  • I’m not afraid to admit the fun I had with these ladies. Even still, a typical romantic-ish-comedy. Oh, but, Kate Upton should never act again. That’s one thing I know for sure