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Why Did I Get Married Too?
Marriage is an institution they're committed to.
Four couples reunite for their annual vacation in order to socialize and to spend time analyzing their marriages. Their intimate week in the Bahamas is disrupted by the arrival of an ex-husband determined to win back his recently remarried wife.
Tyler Perry's 9th film in 5 years.
The film is a incessantly sequel that seems to punish certain characters, so that it can strengthen others. When we last left off. It seemed satisfactory where they all were. Now we are back to see what has happened. It seems like a soap opera. It would have been easy to Create a new film, but here we are revisiting character we already know the history of killing what could have been a bunch of unnecessary information coming out through dialogue. It's a nice idea to see what happens after the happily ever after. Though these Are not the character we necessarily want to revisit.
I enjoyed he characters somewhat the first time…
Even though it's overly long and at times it seems to have nothing to say, it features a stellar performance from Janet Jackson.
I should probably preface this by stating that I have not seen the first film. Though this film seems to cover all the key issues that arose in the original.
Despite a solid cast, this film feels like Tyler Perry just kept throwing in whatever ideas popped into his head. Worst of all not every marital problem is as important, or believable, as Perry makes it out to be. The film is filled with so much melodrama that Perry has to scramble in the last five minutes to solve everything with one line of dialogue...“fix it”. Apparently those two words are the magical cure that all relationships need.
WHY DID I GET MARRIED TOO? "Y'all be rational, she goin' be ghetto!" Hoooo boy. Bonkers. Perry's films are nigh on unwatchable sans Madea.
Horrendous. The first Tyler Perry film I've seen and definitely the last. Stereotypes aplenty, extremely clunky direction and dialogue. It alternates from unfunny broad comedy to soap opera melodramics. I don't think I shaken my head at a movie so much in a long time.
Should have logged this as part of my Halloween Hype viewings, as the most terrifying film I've seen this year. I would truly be scared to sit through it again.
The problem with recommending this as the film which best captures the fucked up mentality of Tyler Perry is that it lacks Madea and you kind of have to watch the first movie to fully get it. Regardless, this is easily the weirdest of the weird, but instead of being some kind of campy cult movie, it's a mainstream success. I saw this one in the theatre and audiences acted exactly as you would expect them to act in a universe where nothing makes sense. I honestly don't know where to begin with this movie, but I know where to end: The Rock.
- To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar
- Dead men don't die
- The Amazing Panda Adventure
- Gone Baby Gone
- Madea's Witness Protection
- Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor
- Good Deeds
- Madea's Big Happy Family
- Madea's Family Reunion
- Wings of Desire
- Bend of the River
- Rolling Thunder
There has rarely been a year for me cinematically like 2012. Movies that I had no idea even existed went…