‘Why Did I Get Married Too? ’ Review Tyler Perry is back with another spontaneous movie, ‘Why Did I Get Married Too? ’, the continuation from ‘Why Did I Get Married? ’ Filled with laughter, love, drama, and tears, Perry and the rest of the folks from the 1st movie reunite once again at a couple retreat to the Bahamas. Perry also plays a part in the movie, Terry, as a loyal and loving husband whose wife becomes very secretive from him. The drama begins once everyone arrives at the retreat. Patricia (Janet Jackson) is an expert on relationships, however, cannot seem to communicate with her own husband about their own relationship.
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Angela (Tasha Smith) and Marcus (Michael Jai White) are the same old couple who constantly argues because Angela accuses him of always cheating on her. The newlyweds, Sheila (Jill Scott) and Troy (Lamman Rucker), are happy to be there together, until they all discover that her ex is joining them also. As the movie continues, the drama just adds on. Sheila’s husband, Troy, worries about finding a job throughout their whole vacation time at the Bahamas. Diane, Terry’s wife, is very happy and glowing which leads him to suspect her of cheating on him.
Angela still accuses Marcus of cheating on her because of his job as a sportscaster and having a lot of female fans. Patricia and her husband have the most complicated issue, which eventually causes something tragic to happen. Perry uses all these type of problems, that can also happen in the real world, in the play as a way to tell everyone that they’re not the only ones facing them. Whether it is about money, difficulties finding a job, or even their relationship with someone. Don’t think there’s anything new going on in this 2nd movie, everything is still the same, especially the drama, just more dramatic.
The movie isn’t only serious, Perry makes it comedic to balance it all out. Being the writer and producer of Madea, Perry does an excellent job in both of the movies ‘Why Did I Get Married? ’ He makes it a comedy also, so the audience can still be entertained even if it’s a bit depressing. Anyone who disliked the movie needs to watch it again, because it obviously deserved to be in the Top 5 Box Office. The movie gave out great advices and lessons on relationships, and hoping that people realize what they have in front of them. Out of 10, this movie would be rated a 9.