Not only is Perry in tune with his audience as always, he's unquestionably growing as a cinematic artist.
-Michael OrdonaFull Review
If Perry's cinematic vision remains less than 20/20, his sagacity gets stronger by the movie.
-Wesley MorrisFull Review
Worth mentioning is the queasy dynamic in which the male characters' violent impulses are condemned in theory but, when acted on, seem to be implicitly excused, or at least overlooked.
-Mike HaleFull Review
[It] plays like an empty but diverting beach read. Your brain recognizes that the dialogue, for example, doesn't come from any place that remotely resembles relationship reality.
-Jen ChaneyFull Review
Perry sticks with the pedestrian shots and a Lifetime network aesthetic. He doesn't even take advantage of the film's exotic Bahamian setting.
-Martin TsaiFull Review
Terribly shot and crudely assembled.
-Lisa SchwarzbaumFull Review
It's nice to have things we can rely on in this unpredictable life, and among the most reliable of all are Tyler Perry movies.
-Elizabeth WeitzmanFull Review
Tyler Perry's winning formula again is on display in the sequel to his crowd-pleasing hit.
-Frank ScheckFull Review
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.
-Peter DebrugeFull Review
Tyler Perry grounds this sequel to Why Did I Get Married? in his trademark blend of comedy, soap opera, and down-home southern sentiment, though he lets up a little on the moral proselytizing, which aids the digestion considerably.
-Andrea GronvallFull Review
There are some decent performances here, particularly from Jill Scott, but they just can't save the cliched material from weighing down the whole film.
-Jeff BeckFull Review
Tyler Perry's worst film.
-Tim BraytonFull Review
Hopelessly inert and dreary.
-Anthony QuinnFull Review
Perry has plugged a hole in the market, for sure; it's just all a bit pleased with itself.
-Xan BrooksFull Review
Go to see it and you may ask yourself why did I bother?
-David EdwardsFull Review
Fans of utter predictability will be well satisfied.
Even a scene with Janet Jackson trashing a living room cannot lighten the laboured atmosphere.
-David GrittenFull Review
Undermined by its inability to stand separately from its predecessor.
-Karen KrizanovichFull Review
Sometimes shrill, always uneven...
-Helen OHaraFull Review
It becomes clear why Oprah is such a huge Perry fan.
-Tom HuddlestonFull Review
It's gone way past film bad -- all the way to crime bad, and personally I'd put the act of making Why Did I Get Married Too? on a level with seven burglaries.
-Robbie CollinFull Review
Basically, it's Barbershop with bigger bucks.
-Tim EvansFull Review
The story is relentlessly bland and the script constantly panders to its family values-obsessed audience, neutering all the characters in the process.
-Matthew TurnerFull Review
Finding this occasionally over the top nasty domestic strife entertaining, depends on whether you have a tendency to put your nosy ears closer to the wall when married neighbors squabble loudly, or would rather cover them up for the annoying duration.
-Prairie MillerFull Review
Renaissance Man Tyler Perry proving he still has his finger on the pulse via yet another, madcap, marital melodrama apt to resonate with the collective conscious of the black community.
-Kam WilliamsFull Review
One trip to this well was enough. The cast, returning from the first film, is good enough but the story is shrill and unnerving. By the time a tacky ending arrives the audience is ready for something a little lighter and a little brighter.
-Janos GerebenFull Review
Perry doesn't pander to critics. His intent is to make positive films about black family life. Some filmmakers like to push buttons, like Spike Lee or Lee Daniels. Perry's morals and values, regardless of art, will always come first.
-Clay CaneFull Review
Not as clever or as dramatic as the first outing, 'Why Did I Get Married Too?' still is an enjoyable outing for the ensemble created by Tyler Perry.
It shows a maturing in Perry's work from the pandering of his men-are-all-dogs films.
-Michael SmithFull Review
Like most of Perry's treasures, Why Did I Get Married Too? seems to have been shot with no script and on a single take; the majority of dialogue overheard at your local mall's food court is leagues more entertaining.
-Chris FaraoneFull Review