Why Did I Get Married 3 RumorsWhy Did I Get Married Why Did I Get Married American comedy dramafilm adaptation written, produced, directed, and starring Tyler Perry, which was inspired by his playof the same name. The film also stars Janet Jackson, Jill Scott, Malik Yoba, Sharon Leal, Tasha Smith, Michael Jai White, Richard T. Why Did I Get Married Too has only been in the theaters for a couple weeks and there is already talk of third installment. Tasha Smith, who played the boisterous. Warning Illegal string offset count in homegeequepublichtmlclassesstarrate. Why Did I Get Married is a 2007 American comedydrama film adaptation written, produced, directed, and starring Tyler Perry, which was inspired by his play of the. Online shopping from a great selection at Movies TV Store. Why Did I Get Married 3' title='Why Did I Get Married 3' />Why Did I Get Married 3 TorrentJones, Denise Boutte, and Keesha Sharp. The film was released in the United States by Lionsgate on October 1. The film is about the difficulty of maintaining a solid relationship in modern times. Eight married college friends plus one other non friend all of whom have achieved middle to upper class economic status go to Colorado for their annual week long reunion, but the mood shifts when one couples infidelity comes to light. Secrets are revealed and each couple begins to question their own marriage. Over the course of the week, the couples battle with issues of commitment, betrayal and forgiveness and examine their lives as individuals and as committed couples. M/MV5BMjIxNTc4MjQxM15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwNjQ0MzYxMw@@._V1_.jpg' alt='Why Did I Get Married 3 Images' title='Why Did I Get Married 3 Images' />This film explores the resultant emotional impact that infidelity and love have upon the constitution of marriage. Plot synopsisedit The four couples, who are also best friends, converge in a house in the mountains for a week long retreat that has become their ritual of sorts to help work out their marital problems and ask the question Why did I get married. Though the couples have committed to being physically present for the week, some of them have not been emotionally present in their respective marriages for quite some time. The week is not planned out in a well programmed sequence, so the events unfold somewhat spontaneously, beginning with their adventures in getting up to the mountain retreat. The first couple, over worked Diane and ignored Terry, drive up together and argue most of the way because Dianne a lawyer refuses to stop working. She takes calls on her phone instead of talking to her husband Terry. The second couple, over the top Angela and annoyed Marcus, take the train. Angela constantly argues with Marcus and anyone who dares to interrupt them. The third couple is overweight Sheila and conceited Mike. Sheila has to get off the plane because of her weight and the requirement to purchase two seats so she drives the long distance in the snow, while her husband Mike continues flirting on the flight with Sheilas single friend, Trina. The fourth couple is overly perfect Patricia and depressed Gavin who arrive by limo cab. Their journey is not documented. However, right before they leave to go to the retreat, Gavin shows up to pick up Patricia at a lecture she was giving she is the author of a book called Why Did I Get Married and artlessly dodges a question about their own marriage. Vet Tech Degree Program here. Dianne falls asleep not long after arriving with her Black. Berry close at hand and when her secretary calls while she is asleep, Terry tells the woman not to call them while they are on their vacation. When Patricia arrives, she goes up to wake Dianne while the men bond over the wine that Terry has poured for his wife. The sound of arguing signals the arrival of Angela and Marcus. When Mike arrives without Sheila, the other wives berate him and Trina for having left Shelia to drive alone. Sheilas husband shows clearly that he does not care for his wife at all. Her friends try to reach Sheila by phone but get her voice mail only. Sheila is persistent to get to the retreat because she wants to make her marriage work. Providence leads her to Sheriff Troy Jacksons office. Due to the weather, the roads have been closed for the night and she has no choice but to spend the night in the office. That same night, Mike tiptoes, not unseen by Angela, to Trinas bedroom. Sheila arrives at the retreat house the following morning with Troy in tow. She introduces Troy to the others and tells them she has invited him to breakfast. Troy fast becomes a threat to Sheilas husband Mike, not because of Sheila, but because of Trina, with whom he is having an affair. Breakfast is a noisy affair with the arguing couples and Angela insulting Trina, the only single woman on the retreat, whom she instantly disliked. Throughout the few days spent on retreat, there are spontaneous revelations. The infidelity of two of the husbands leads to a discussion by the men of the 8. This rule states that most men get 8. During a heated argument with Angela, Mike reveals several secrets the couples have been hiding from one another Marcus had contracted an STD after he cheated on Angela with another woman, Dianne had her tubes tied after her daughter was born and didnt want a son and kept it a secret from Terry, and Gavin had criticized Patricia for not protecting their young son in a tragic car accident that killed him a year prior. Mike, whose secret was revealed that he cheated on Sheila with Trina, makes it clear he isnt attracted to his wife any longer. After all this, Angela reveals that shes the one who gave Marcus the STD after she slept with someone, then Marcus tries to choke Angela out of anger yelling how shes so evil. Mike then tells Sheila he wants a divorce, and she smashes a wine bottle over his head knocking him out. All the couples suddenly decide they cant stay in the house any longer after all the secrets. Sheila checks into a local hotel to recover from the shock of her divorce and the realization that Mike has drained her bank account. She is in a depressed state when Troy goes to visit her. He takes her up to a mountain where she cries and mourns the loss of her love and the only life she knew. The other couples head back home. Patricia and Gavin are barely speaking to each other because she was deemed stupid for not protecting their son in a tragic accident by Gavin Patricia breaks down emotionally in his arms and eventually confesses that she was only trying to be perfect. They both agree to face the situation and soon reconcile. Angela and Marcus are still fighting, especially when Marcus ex girlfriend and baby mama, Keisha, shows up at Angelas salon, and disrespects her. Marcus finally stands up to both women, and manages to frighten Angela into realizing she is wrecking their life with her constant arguing by not showing up for a couple of days. Dianne and Terry fight again right before they leave the mountains because he had a paternity test done on their daughter, and later on Terrys birthday at their home Terry moves out because Dianne forgot about his birthday and did not tell him about getting her tubes tied. Patricia meets up with Dianne and Angela, moping over their husbands, and gives them good counseling about the need to get back on track making a list of both the good and bad things their husbands have done. The men drown all their sorrows in bottles. In the mountains, Sheila settles into a new life at her new job at the general store owned by Troys father and, while she realizes her own self worth, the two bond. Angela cooks dinner for Marcus after finishing with her list, but he suspects she is trying to poison him. Eventually, they make up and set new conditions. Dianne goes to see Terry and begs him to come back after crying over her list. He plays with her head a little to get back at her, but they eventually reconcile as well. Later, all the couples converge at a gala celebration for an award recently received by Patricia. Dianne, Patricia and Angela are shocked when Sheila arrives and introduces Troy as her husband and has successfully lost weight thanks to his help.