Rated NR
After 14 years and countless rewrites, writer/director Diane English (Murphy Brown) has finally gotten it right. Based on George Cukor’s 1939 film starring Joan Crawford, The Women re-creates the catty banter that marked the original with another talented, all-female cast. Meg Ryan plays a confused socialite with an adulterous husband and a motley crew of screen-stealing eccentric friends (Annette Bening, Debra Messing and Jada Pinkett Smith). Eva Mendes manages to hold her own as the cold-hearted mistress who Crawford played in the original. Other all-stars, including Bette Midler, pop up to continue the estrogen-filled antics.


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Portland Mercury Woman on Women Just when you thought the chick-flick bar couldn't get any lower, here comes Diane English's The Women. by Alison Hallett 09/11/2008

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