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The movie starts out after the honeymoon when Kutcher and Murphy are at eachother's throats wanting a divorce. They can't stand to be together, but can they bare to be apart? The movie then begins to unfold when a lonely and miserable Kutcher tells how it all started.
At first, you believe the whole movie will be shown through flashbacks and his memories, but that's not the case. Soon he starts at the beginning and that's where we watch these two people fall so madly in love. To say much else would give the movie away. So I'll shut up and just say what I liked about it.
From their first kiss to their wedding and even into their honeymoon, Kutcher and Murphy bring realism and charisma to their characters all while exuding a rare chemistry on screen that many romantic comedies lack.
The couple have the typical problems: their in-laws fight, they have different ideas about how to spend their free time and jealousy from past lovers ensue.
They also have their not so typical problems: getting married and realizing they don't know who the other person is or what they want out of life and eachother.
He just wanted a buddy, someone to give his empty life meaning, but he's too clueless and hard headed to fight for love. She wants a dream man, someone to sweep her off her feet and prove her rich, over bearing daddy wrong, but her spoiled past makes her not so willing to fight when times get tough.
Will the couple survive and have a happy ending?Read more ›
Our story is an old one. Poor boy meets rich girl. The two fall in love. The families object. The two persist, and get married, and it turns out badly until the end of the movie; sort of like "Romeo and Juliet", only nobody dies, and it's funnier.
However, I didn't get my first laugh until about 22 minutes into the movie. I had to wait until about halfway through the movie before it started to get really funny. The movie was supposed to be funny before that, but the humor was flat. For example, Ashton Kutcher is plugging a sex toy into an electrical outlet. Of course the toy has a plug for 110 volts, and the European hotel they are in has 220 volts, the European standard. Ashton somehow believes he can get the plug in. His rather more experienced wife stands by while he jams the plug in and predictably causes all sorts of havoc.
Later the couple plows into a snow bank. Ashton throws a snow ball at a passing car that doesn't stop to help them. The old lady driving the car backs up and, again predictably, pushes their car over the edge while giving the two of them an obscene gesture (that part wasn't predictable).
While I found the first half of the movie predictable and funny only in places, the second half of the film picked up substantially. I finally identified with the characters, the movie became funny, and I thought the ending was touching.
This movie does one thing really well.Read more ›
With the DVD release of 20th Century Fox's romantic comedy "Just Married" however we are treated to a slight twist on the storyline. In this mundane and occasionally hilarious romp our two protagonists fall madly in love and throughout the course of the picture gradually fall out and end up careering through an airport lounge attempting to cause the other as much discomfort as possible.
Yes, not since the Griswold's turned the Old World on its head (and knocked over Stonehenge in the process) in "National Lampoons European Vacation" has the continent across the pond been so mistreated and abused by vacationing Americans. Current flavors of the month Ashton Kutcher (fresh off the success of "Dude, Where's My Car") and Brittany Murphy play two newlyweds that should have had the perfect romantic honeymoon in France and Italy but instead end up at each others throats and endure more
misfortune and mishaps than most couples could expect in a lifetime.
The vast majority of the picture is shown in flashback with the opening credits playing against the return of the duo from their European vacation and Kutcher's characters examination of what went wrong.
Kutcher plays decidedly blue collar Tom while Murphy tackles the role of the decidedly wealthy Sarah (her father is part owner of the Lakers and Dodgers). After a chance encounter on a beach they fall into a passionate affair and several months later announce their engagement to her suitably shocked (and disapproving parents). Will love conquer all?Read more ›
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One of my all time favorites! Came in perfect condition & I was expecting just "very good". Love itPublished 20 days ago by xojessicalynne
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We watch this all the time. Never fails to satisfy!!! This would have made a great sequel...Published 1 month ago by CNUNES
One of my favorite movies of all time! The price was right and it was on blu-ray, so it was a must for my collection.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer