Marry Me | 2022    

Updated February 22, 2022

Summary & Info

Marry Me
A music superstar (Jennifer Lopez) plans to take her vows on stage with her also popular singer fiancé (Maluma) but just before she steps on stage she is told that he has been unfaithful to her. At that moment she decides to marry a stranger (Owen Wilson) pulled from the audience. Cast: John Bradley, Sarah Silverman, Chloe Coleman, Jimmy Fallon, Michelle Buteau and Stephen Wallem. Director: Kat Coiro. [1:52 – PG-13]

Dueling Critics

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“Yes, the script might as well have been written by an algorithm to hit every rom-com beat, from the meet-cute to the magical connection to the setback to the happy ending, but it deserves extra credit for what it avoids. There are no silly misunderstandings, contrived situations, or cartoonishly awful people.”
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“Everything about the film is machine-tooled and algorithmically calculated…Here is a romcom whose chief impact is the pure ‘Twilight Zone’ weirdness of realising that it could have been made at any time in the last 20 years with the same lead actors.”

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Marry Me | 2022

    

Updated February 22, 2022

Critical Consensus

Dueling Critics

thumbs-up“Yes, the script might as well have been written by an algorithm to hit every rom-com beat, from the meet-cute to the magical connection to the setback to the happy ending, but it deserves extra credit for what it avoids. There are no silly misunderstandings, contrived situations, or cartoonishly awful people.”
thumbs-down“Everything about the film is machine-tooled and algorithmically calculated…Here is a romcom whose chief impact is the pure ‘Twilight Zone’ weirdness of realising that it could have been made at any time in the last 20 years with the same lead actors.”

Summary & Info

Marry Me
A music superstar (Jennifer Lopez) plans to take her vows on stage with her also popular singer fiancé (Maluma) but just before she steps on stage she is told that he has been unfaithful to her. At that moment she decides to marry a stranger (Owen Wilson) pulled from the audience. Cast: John Bradley, Sarah Silverman, Chloe Coleman, Jimmy Fallon, Michelle Buteau and Stephen Wallem. Director: Kat Coiro. [1:52 – PG-13]

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