The Other Woman Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.00/10 from 149000 votes
Tags: cheating husband, multiple girlfriends, wife meets mistress
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

No hay dos sin tres

Title in Italiano:

Tutte contro lui

Title in Português:

Não Há Duas Sem Três


Kate is married to Mark and thinks he's a great guy. But in reality he's seeing another woman, Carly who doesn't know he's married.

When he tells Kate that he must meet a client and won't come home when in reality he's planning to see Carly. But when Kate says she'll join him, he tells her he'll cancel the meeting. So he tells Carly he must take care of something at home.

Carly then decides to go surprise him but runs into Kate and she freaks out and walks away. Kate later tracks Carly down and asks her if she and her husband are involved. She reluctantly admits it, and Kate has a meltdown.

Later they get close and Kate is unsure what to do. When Mark comes on to her, she thinks there's hope. But she overhears him talking to someone and she thinks it's Carly but she denies it. So they follow him and discover that he's seeing another girl and when they tell her about him, they decide to get back at him. But Kate is still unsure.

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The Other Woman
A Sunday Kind Of Love
Louis Prima: Writer
Etta James: Performer
Get My Dough
Ester Dean: Writer
Ester Dean: Performer
Gimme Your Love
Skye Edwards: Writer
Morcheeba: Performer
Aaron Zigman: Writer
Aaron Zigman: Writer
La Vie en Rose
Louiguy: Performer
Édith Piaf: Lyrics
Anat Cohen: Performer
Love Is A Battlefield
Mike Chapman: Writer
Cool Jerk
Donald Storball: Writer
The Go-Go's: Performer
Mission Impossible Theme
Feels So Good
Aaron Zigman: Writer
Shortie In The Back
Ali Dee: Writer
Girls Just Want To Have Fun
Robert Hazard: Writer
Cyndi Lauper: Performer
Heaven In Your Eyes
Aaron Zigman: Writer
Tried By 12
Rory Smith: Writer
Aaron Zigman: Writer
Bohannon Dub
Scott Towers: Writer
Fat Freddy's Drop: Performer
The One That You Love
Air Supply: Performer
Graham Russell: Writer
Carry You
Drew DeAscentis: Writer
Waking Up In Paradise
Cisco Adler: Writer
Cisco Adler: Performer
Bubble Butt
Diplo: Writer
Major Lazer: Performer
Bilingual Boy
Cucu Diamantes: Writer
Cucu Diamantes: Performer
Guajira (Carribean Version)
Cucu Diamantes: Performer
Andrés Levin: Writer
The Sun Is Rising
Jason Ingram: Writer
Britt Nicole: Performer
Gonna Miss You When You're Gone (Live In The Bing Lounge At 101.9 KINK.FM)
Patty Griffin: Writer
Patty Griffin: Performer
New York, New York
Frank Sinatra: Performer
John Kander: Writer
I'm Coming Out (The Other Woman Remix)

User reviews

Paul Walker

The instrumental pieces in the soundtrack beautifully underscore the emotional turmoil and inner conflicts of the characters, adding a layer of complexity to their development. The music helps to convey their struggles and dilemmas effectively.

Patricia Jackson

The music selection enhances the tension and drama of key scenes, creating a suspenseful atmosphere that keeps the audience engaged.

Mark Parker

Overall, the soundtrack of The Other Woman is a compelling and well-crafted collection of songs that elevate the viewing experience of the film. The music enriches the narrative, evoking a range of emotions and enhancing the audience's immersion in the story.

Patricia Carter

The use of different musical styles and genres in the soundtrack helps to convey the complexity of the relationships portrayed in the movie, adding layers to the characters' personalities.

Joshua Adams

The soundtrack features a good mix of popular songs and original compositions, creating a well-rounded listening experience for fans of the movie. Each song seems carefully chosen to convey the mood and atmosphere of the scenes they accompany.

Dorothy Martinez

I found the music choices to be distracting and out of place, failing to enhance the overall tone or mood of the scenes they were accompanying.

Kimberly Miller

The soundtrack of The Other Woman perfectly captures the emotional rollercoaster of the characters' relationships. Each track enhances the tension and drama of the plot, making the viewing experience more engaging and immersive.

Laura Walker

The soundtrack includes tracks that resonate with the themes of betrayal, friendship, and empowerment present in the movie. The lyrics of some songs mirror the characters' experiences, making the music feel like a natural extension of the storytelling.

Carol Allen

The soundtrack of The Other Woman successfully sets the tone for key moments in the film, heightening the impact of pivotal scenes. The music becomes an integral part of the storytelling process, enhancing the audience's connection to the characters and their journey.

Mary Adams

The soundtrack of The Other Woman features memorable songs that not only complement the narrative but also stand out on their own. The catchy tunes and poignant lyrics resonate with the audience, drawing us further into the lives and struggles of the characters.

Kimberly Scott

The soundtrack effectively mirrors the evolution of the characters' emotions throughout the film, from initial trust and love to betrayal and empowerment.

Daniel Robinson

The soundtrack of The Other Woman perfectly captures the emotional rollercoaster of the characters, adding depth and intensity to their struggles.

Andrew White

The use of different musical styles in the soundtrack adds depth to the various scenes in the film. From upbeat and empowering tracks to somber and reflective melodies, the music complements the changing dynamics of the characters' relationships.

Emily Clark

Overall, the soundtrack of The Other Woman elevates the viewing experience, immersing the audience in the story and enhancing the storytelling with its well-crafted musical accompaniment.

Carol Perez

The soundtrack of The Other Woman effectively captures the emotional rollercoaster experienced by the characters throughout the movie. The music enhances the tension and drama of the storyline, making it more engaging for the audience.

Richard Young

The songs chosen for specific moments in the movie resonate with the audience, evoking empathy and understanding for the characters' dilemmas and decisions.

Patricia Hernandez

The soundtrack of The Other Woman felt repetitive and uninspired, lacking any memorable or emotionally impactful tracks.

Elizabeth Garcia

The lack of cohesion and flow in the soundtrack made it difficult for me to fully immerse myself in the story, as the music felt disjointed and disconnected from the narrative.

Emily Allen

The music choices in the film effectively set the tone for different scenes, from moments of betrayal and heartbreak to empowering and uplifting sequences. The diverse range of musical styles and genres reflects the complexity of the characters' feelings and motivations, adding depth to the storytelling.