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Extending the self-help-by-example strategy of the original, “Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married Too?
“Married” offers a positive, if melodramatically heightened, portrait of upper-middle-class African-American life, one broadly appealing enough to satisfy even the Nancy Meyers set, if only they’d give it a chance.Their colorful arguments drive the first half of the movie on the island, where cameos from Louis Gossett Jr.and Cicely Tyson give Perry a chance to articulate eloquently another generation’s views on love.But a week’s vacation in the Bahamas doesn’t have the same restorative effect the characters’ earlier Colorado trip did, and they all return to Atlanta with more baggage than they brought. Patricia - Janet Jackson Sheila - Jill Scott Dianne - Sharon Leal Gavin - Malik Yoba Mike - Richard T.Since the original centered around liberating Sheila (Jill Scott) from her abusive marriage, it figures that this follow-up would include not only her sensitive new beau, Troy (Lamman Rucker), but also a surprise appearance from her trouble-making ex-husband (Richard T.Jones), just in time to spark the fireworks show that follows.
But no marriage is perfect, and a week of couples therapy in the Caribbean reveals the cracks in everyone’s relationships soon enough.
Terry (Perry) and Dianne (Sharon Leal) are still the mellowest of the bunch, but there’s something more than work on her mind these days.
And rather than dispense advice, psychologist Patricia (Janet Jackson) might do well to examine her own rocky relationship with Gavin (Malik Yoba) more closely.
The scene-stealers remain harpy Angela (Tasha Smith) and henpecked Marcus (Michael Jai White), whose constant squabbling has reached a histrionic high.
If there’s a unifying philosophy here, it’s the idea that circumstances may change, but people don’t.
Angela’s not about to stop verbally abusing Marcus just because he landed a job on a high-profile sports talkshow, and considering his past philandering, her demands for his cell-phone password don’t seem entirely unreasonable.