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Why Did I Get Married? (2007)

Why Did I Get Married?

Overview


Genre

Comedy, Drama

Release Date

October 12, 2007

MPAA Rating

PG-13

Duration

113 min.

Studio

Lions Gate Films

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Tyler Perry

Producer

Tyler Perry, Reuben Cannon

Screenwriter

Tyler Perry

Starring

Story


Following the success of his previous films "Diary of a Mad Black Woman," "Madea's Family Reunion" and "Daddy's Little Girls," Tyler Perry returns with his fourth feature film, "Why Did I Get Married?" Stepping in front of the camera for the first time since "Madea's Family Reunion," Perry stars alongside a talented ensemble cast that includes Janet Jackson, Malik Yoba, Jill Scott, Sharon Leal, Tasha Smith, Michael Jai White, Denise Boutte and Lamann Rucker.

A big-screen adaptation of Perry's hit stage play of the same title, "Why Did I Get Married?" is an intimate story about the difficulty of maintaining a solid love relationship in modern times. During a trip to the picturesque snowcapped mountains of Colorado, eight married college friends have gathered for their annual seven-day reunion. But the cozy mood is shattered when the group comes face-to-face with one pair's infidelity. As secrets are revealed, each couple begins questioning the validity of their own marriage. Over the course of the weekend, husbands and wives take a hard look at their lives, wrestling with issues of commitment, betrayal and forgiveness as they seek a way forward.

"Why Did I Get Married?" is written and directed by Tyler Perry, and is produced by Reuben Cannon.

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..a beautifully shot (by Toyomichi Kurita), fluid drama filled with compassionately written characters..”
by Jeannette Catsoulis [NY Times]
“..You don't have to be black to enjoy the film, but you do need a strong desire to watch people work out their issues using pop-psychology and self-help techniques..”
by Rafer Guzman [Newsday]
“..proudly flaunts its maker's right to make movies as badly as Bart Freundlich, Peyton Reed, and Woody Allen..”
by Ed Gonzalez [Slant Magazine]