It is often seen in life that when a man cheats, the other woman gets the blame and things get ugly. The question that plays on many minds is why does the husband not get ostracised too, because he’s a man with basic primal needs? No. Ladies, if a man treats you like that, run. Or perhaps this film will give you some ideas for revenge which are both hysterical and witty.
Cameron Diaz’s character, Carly, appears to be the type of woman who gets bored easily and moves from man to man. She falls for Mark but hates that he’s married. After meeting his wife, she ends up comforting her and they start to plot their revenge. However, while spying on him, they spot another mistress, and later, another mistress. Well, he is played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau so is there any surprise that he’s a lady magnet?
Carly, Mark’s wife Kate, and his other mistress Amber (Kate Upton), all form an unlikely friendship over his lack of fidelity, with a heart-warming tale of women power. Chicks before …. You know how that finishes.
In this recently released clip, Carly has just discovered that Mark is married. She receives a bouquet of flowers from him, with a short and impersonal message, and she tears up the note in frustration. Lydia (Nicki Minaj) is confused over her resistance, based on her past record with men. Lydia saunters over with her itty bitty waist and a round thing in your face (see what I did there?), to further question a disgruntled Carly and gives her some ‘sound’ advice amongst a lot of finger wagging.