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Marry Me Review – Cinemags

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There is something interesting in this month of February 2022, which is known as the month of love. A film by the director Kat Coiro which is based on the sweet story of the novel Bobby Crosby will accompany the audience in the cinema.

This film will present a unique and unusual story, and interestingly the song, entitled Marry Me, is currently graced in cinemas, and this certainly tickles the audience to be carried away to sing along to this song.

Here is the song

The simple rhythm of the song, with its slick lyrics, makes it easy for those who hear it to remember this song. Of course, with this strategy, this month of love will attract many viewers to come to the cinema and then watch this film.

The film, Marry Me, will be filled with songs composed by Jennifer Lopez (Hustlers, The Boy Next Door) and global Latin music star Maluma. If viewed from the trailer, the audience will be presented with a story about love that is far different from what the audience has known so far.

But first, take a look at the Marry Me movie trailer

In this trailer, it does appear that there will be a concert and there will be a wedding. But something is going on and this is something interesting to see .

The synopsis is as follows

Mary Me starring Jennifer Lopez as music superstars Kat Valdez and Owen Wilson as Charlie Gilbert, a math teacher. The two of them had never met at all, so they were two complete strangers who agreed to get married and then got to know each other.

Kat Valdez and Bastian (shame) are the sexiest celebrity couple and their songs are also very popular with their fans. So that when there will be a concert and also news is broadcast about a wedding with a song called Marry Me at the concert, of course this is the biggest extraordinary news, filling the world of social media and the real world.

On the other hand, divorced high school math teacher Charlie Gilbert (Owen Wilson) has been invited to accompany his daughter Lou (CHLOE COLEMAN, HBO’s Big Little Lies) and his best friend Parker (SARA SILVERMAN, I Love You, America from Hulu) to a concert. this. When Kat found out, seconds before the wedding ceremony, that Bastian had been having an affair and this was very popular on social media and quickly became a trending topic, her life changed, she had a meltdown on stage.

He begins to question love, truth, and loyalty. As her beautiful world crumbled, she stared at a stranger—a face in the crowd. Then on an impulse, Kat decides to marry Charlie.

Ki-Ka .Parker (Sarah Silverman), Lou (Chloe Coleman) & Charlie Gilbert (Owen Wilson)
Ki-Central . Charlie Gilbert (Owen Wilson) & Kat Valdez (Jennifer Lopez).

The audience will be brought to something interesting in this storyline, which is how women decide what is best for themselves and what their strategies are in dealing with the problems they face.

The consequences of Kat’s impulsive actions on stage, made Kat have to strategize as well and luckily Charlie wanted to support her, for some time to come, for the sake of popularity and viewing on social media, they had to work on a story between the two of them.

Fortunately, the audience is not led to a standard love story, because this time the audience is given another aspect that shows the independence of women, to decide what is best for themselves. Throughout the storyline of this film, the audience will see that the majority of problems and solutions will be solved by women. This seems to emphasize that this film is about love where women are no longer lulled by the fairy tale of a handsome prince who will save themselves from trouble.

The strength of this film, which provides a lot of space for women, makes it interesting to watch, even though the ending is predictable, besides of course the strains of the song are accompanied by energetic dance movements.

Jennifer Lopez (center) as Kat Valdez in Marry Me, directed by Kat Coiro.
Jennifer Lopez (center) as Kat Valdez in Marry Me, directed by Kat Coiro.

The film Marry Me, recommended to be seen in theaters with a good sound system, will make many couples in love this month, rediscovering the romance between the two of them.

Ki-Ka. Tank (Romeo), Charlie Gilbert (Owen Wilson), Kat Valdez (Jennifer Lopez) & Lou (Chloe Coleman)

The film was produced by JENNIFER LOPEZ, pga and ELAINE GOLDSMITH-THOMAS pga (Hustlers, Maid in Manhattan) for Lopez’s Nuyorican Productions, by JOHN ROGERS for Kung Fu Monkey Productions and by BENNY MEDINA (Hustlers, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air) .

The film’s executive producers are ALEX BROWN (Hustlers), WILLIE MERCER (Believer), PAMELA THUR (Hustlers) and JB ROBERTS (Kings of Con).

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