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Mary Haines lives as a housewife in Manhattan with her husband, businessman Steve and their 11-year-old daughter, after she stopped working as a fashion designer at her father's company, who has always questioned her abilities. After a period of stoppage, Mary began to change. She did not care about her beauty or appearance, but one day she accidentally discovered that her beloved husband was betraying her with a perfume seller in a shop
Though aspects of the 1939 comedy seem silly and shrill now, they were at least consistently entertaining. Where the original was deliciously loopy and melodramatic fun, this one is watered-down, sappy and earnest.
The classic 1939 film adaptation... worth seeing again and again. This is not.
November 05, 2008
The funniest thing about The Women is that Mick Jagger is one of the producers. There was a knowing laugh in the theatre as his name sprang up in the opening credits -- our last chance to laugh, as it turned out, for the next two hours.