Married Life Movie Information

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Overall Rank: 7164

Average Rating: 2.6/4

# of Ratings: 17

Theatrical Release Date: 03/07/2008

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 09/02/2008

Language: English

Genre: Crime, Drama

MPAA Rating: PG-13

Director: Ira Sachs

Actors: Pierce Brosnan, Chris Cooper, Rachel McAdams, Patricia Clarkson, David Richmond-Peck, David Wenham

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Ollievee79 - wrote on 11/15/2008

This movie was good and had a wonderful cast. It wasn't spectacular or anything new, but I did enjoy it. I wish the story were a little more intense, and had it been a different cast I probably wouldn't have liked it as much.

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Alex - wrote on 11/12/2008

A pleasant surprise. Brosnan impressed but Cooper impressed me even more. The story is kind of average actually and the set and camera work lacks. Still, it is enjoyable enough for a cheap rent. Even a little romantic. Just good.

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FZero - wrote on 03/30/2008

Firstly it's a shame Chris Cooper doesn't get more roles, he proves as usual he is one of the best actors working today. The institution of marriage is a remnant of old beliefs and traditions. Spend any prolonged amount of time with one person and you're bound to start looking for more while still bound by the comfort of home and developing the grass is always greener syndrome. On a lighter note I couldn't tell if it was Rachel McAdams or a clown, seriously whats with the white complexion and blood red lipstick. The narrator says it best, Do you really know what the person lying next to you is thinking?

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Needed More Edge

Franz Patrick - wrote on 11/02/2008

This picture reminded me a whole lot of “Margot at the Wedding” because they are both dark comedies with unrealized potential. There were definitely some exciting parts, such as when Chris Cooper decides and acts upon killing Patricia Clarkson, but at the same time the movie is slowed down by the romance between Pierce Brosnan and Rachel McAdams. I almost hate saying that this film is mediocre because the acting here is solid and multilayered, especially from McAdams. She lights up the screen whenever she’s in a scene which reminded me of movie stars from the 1950’s. I think I would’ve cared more about the characters if the connections between them are a lot stronger. Instead, I wanted some of the characters to suffer because of their selfishness and stupidity. I admired the …

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