The Other Man

Directed By: Richard Eyre


Liam Neeson flies to a foreign land to track down the lover of his wife, Antonio Banderas. The two meet over a chess board, and the film attempts to create tension through this back-and-forth competition between the two. This is a trite and boring love story, attempting complexity but instead coming off as ridiculous. The so-called “twists” are telegraphed minutes into the film’s running time, and cardboard performances by the leads do little to endear the audience.

Grade: FAIL


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