These are my favorite picks for movies like The Other Woman. Keep in mind that the list is in no particular order. Enjoy the recommendations.
Recently divorced mom Lauren (Drew Barrymore) and widowed dad Jim (Adam Sandler) let their friends push them into a blind date, which goes disastrously wrong. Unsurprisingly, neither wants to see the other ever again. However, fate intervenes when both Jim and Lauren, unbeknown to each other, purchase one-half of the same vacation package at a South African resort; they and their children are forced to share the same suite and participate in a slew of family activities together.
Meghan (Elizabeth Banks) is an aspiring news anchor in the cutthroat world of Los Angeles television. After an audition for her dream job ends in failure, she goes out for an uncharacteristic night of partying. The next morning, she awakes in a stranger’s bed and hears a phone message from her agent telling her the job is hers if she can make it across town by 5:00 pm. Stranded in an unknown area without money, phone or transportation, she races to the most important interview of her life.
When Annie (Cameron Diaz) and Jay (Jason Segel) first meet, they have an instant and intense romantic connection. However, 10 years and two children later, the flames of passion have dimmed to dull embers. To bring back the spark, the couple decide to record themselves trying out every position in “The Joy of Sex,” which seems like a great idea at the time — until they discover that their private recording has gone public via the Internet.
Don (Robert De Niro) and Ellie Griffin (Diane Keaton) are long-divorced, but when their adopted son’s ultraconservative biological mother unexpectedly decides to fly in for the young man’s nuptials, they are forced to play the happy couple to avoid an awkward situation. With their heartily amused friends and adult children looking on, Don and Ellie must confront their past, present and future — and hopefully avoid killing each other in the process.
Leo Ryan Kwanten, a newly divorced man, falls in love with Colette Sara Canning on her wedding day and decide to try to win her heart. Leo is discovered to be a failed writer and recent divorcee. His former wife Julie Kristen Hager has written a blog entitled “Why You Suck” which has gone on to be published and become a top selling book. Leo in turn is a dishwasher working for his friend in his restaurant. Leo also suffers from a crippling fear of heights.
The FBI hires a young private detective (Miley Cyrus) to go under cover at a sorority to guard the daughter of an important witness in an organized-crime case.
Following their high-school graduation, Jade Butterfield (Gabriella Wilde), a sheltered but privileged teen, becomes enthralled with David Elliot (Alex Pettyfer), a working-class youth with a troubled past. Though Jade and David quickly fall in love, Jade’s father (Bruce Greenwood) strongly disapproves of the relationship, while David’s father (Robert Patrick) advises caution. However, their parents’ disapproval only makes the love-struck teens more determined to pursue the intense affair.
Estranged from her father (Greg Kinnear) for a number of years, teenage Ronnie (Miley Cyrus) isn’t pleased when her mother ships her and her younger brother down to a Southern beach town to spend the summer with him. While her father uses a shared love of music to try to reconnect with her, Ronnie finds romance with a handsome local (Liam Hemsworth).
Best pals Jason (Zac Efron) and Daniel (Miles Teller) indulge in casual flings and revel in their carefree, unattached lives. After learning that the marriage of their friend Mikey (Michael B. Jordan) is over, they gladly welcome him back into their circle. The three young men make a pact to have fun and avoid commitment. However, when all three find themselves involved in serious relationships, they must keep their romances secret from one another.
References: Wikipedia, TasteKid.