Marry Me

Music superstars Kat Valdez and Bastian are getting married before a global audience of fans. But when Kat learns, seconds before her vows, that Bastian has been unfaithful, she decides to marry Charlie, a stranger in the crowd, instead.

  • Released: 2022-02-09
  • Runtime: 112 minutes
  • Genre: Comedy, Music, Romance
  • Stars: Jennifer Lopez, Owen Wilson, Maluma, John Bradley, Sarah Silverman, Chloe Coleman, Michelle Buteau, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Brady Noon, Jimmy Fallon, Jacqueline Honulik, Stephen Wallem, Kat Cunning, Alex D. Jennings, Kyndra Sanchez, Oliver Stern, Raina Cheng, Jonathan M. Parisen, Jameela Jamil, Connor Noon, Hoda Kotb, Justin Sylvester, Khalil Middleton, Taliyah Whitaker, Diego Lucano, Connor Noon, Ryan Foust, Léah Jiménez Zelaya, Tristan-Lee Edwards, Scarlett Earls, Olivia Chun, Jim Kaplan, Jameela Jamil, Romeo the Dog, Hoda Kotb, Nicole Suárez, Sydney Blackburn, Alex J. Moreno, Rigoberto Garcia, Massiel Mordan, Claire D'Angelo, Courtney Baxter, Jolie Chan, Stephen Wallem, Jimmy Fallon, Justin Sylvester, Jesse James Pattison, Logan Crawford, Max Talisman, Mark Koenig, Jim C. Ferris, Moti Margolin, Jennifer Tsay, Triana Steward, Kaitlynn Edgar, Karaj Pettis, Chris Jarosz, Amandy Fernandez, Mikey Martinez, James Luc, Lina Nunez, Genessy Castillo, Michael Ramos, Nataly Santiago, Will Thomas, Oliver Stern, Margherita Coiro, Max Muñiz, Sophie Chiaravalle, Renata Sofia Ramirez, Jaiya Chetram, Yasmin Chaudhry, Fivinfoluwa Alao, Victoria Lee Broadbent, Cody James Cheman, Eun Hui Cho, Caroline Alexandra Cohen, Kiara Ann Crasto, Lillian Faye Gordon, Jordan Duvall Jones, Olivia Regan Materetsky, Alexis C. Mendoza, Connor Strycharz, Thomas M. Finan Jr., Isabella Veronica Cuomo, Anne Cooper, Kara Green, Jennifer Adams, Giuseppe Ardizzone, Keith Ewell, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Jack Chiaravalle, Lucie Lopez-Goldfried, Ian Mohr, Zac Jaffee, Christine Jones, Brooke Bowman, Natalie Buck, Andre B. Blake, Evy Drew, Charlton Lamar, Charles Jacob Smith Jr., Molly Sullivan Smith, Tyrone Mitchell, Haj, Nic Novicki, Teale Sperling, Adam Catino, Rachel Singer, Leslie Woo, Marritt Cafarchia, Ricky Guillart
  • Director: Kat Coiro
  • atlasmb - 4 March 2024
    "Every Heartbreak Was A Yellow Brick Road"
    On the eve of an extravaganza that was supposed to be media-intensive wedding production between two superstars, Kat (Jennifer Lopez) and Bastian (Maluma), there is a big surprise that derails everything. Kat, who is emotionally bereft, makes a decision that will change the course of her life. Owen Wilson plays Charlie, a math teacher who becomes caught up in Kat's life.

    Triple threat J. Lo demonstrates once again that she is underestimated and underappreciated by delivering a performance that very few artists could handle. Since she portrays a singer who performs in concert, the film provides musical productions within its narrative. The soundtrack includes her singing the memorable "On My Way." Though the story is not impressive, it is a showcase for her acting.

    Watch for Sarah Silverman in a small part that allows her to be her lovable, funny self. And a young actress named Chloe Coleman plays Lou, Charlie's daughter, and feels authentic.

    This is an enjoyable romance that feels somewhat, but not too much, absurd.
  • podsterama - 18 July 2023
    Didn't think it would be that nice
    I was really surprised how "feel good" this movie turned out to be. I had no expectations at all. Just sat down and watched the movie.

    There are a few good messages in the film. Its a little like you know what will happen, but the movie was very entertaining and had some good comedy in it.

    Both Owen and Jennifer were excellent as usual.

    I would recommend this movie to anyone who feels like they need a lift emotionally. Its just a very nice, easy to watch, rom com.

    Even the rest of the cast were fine. The movie did NOT focus on them more than it should and stuck with the main story of the main characters relationship.
  • Davalon-Davalon - 12 January 2023
    Entertaining, funny, charming
    I can imagine how this film must have been raked over the coals. I can imagine the haters and the critics and the horrible things they said. And some of them may have been right. But I don't care. Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson make a unique couple in a story that seems a bizarre amalgam of "Notting Hill" "My Best Friend's Wedding" and other well known romcoms. It's calculated and implausible, but I didn't care. I laughed, I was entertained, I was charmed and I was engaged. It was, despite its weaknesses, just what the doctor ordered to lift my spirits.

    In brief, Jennifer Lopez plays a version of herself, a huge pop star who is going to marry another huge pop star in front of 20 million people -- that is until she finds out that he's been cheating on her right before she's supposed to take her vows on stage. So, instead, she spots Owen Wilson in the crowd, a math teacher nerd, who's holding up the sign "Marry Me" (the title of Jennifer's latest hit in the movie) and Jennifer, stunned and shocked by the betrayal of her hot pop star lover, says, "Yes, I'll marry you" -- to Owen. It's a very funny moment and everything moves forward from there.

    I could nitpick some things I found irritating and troublesome, but why bother? Jennifer and Owen worked great together and the movie did what it was supposed to do: "entertain" -- and a lot of movies today don't do anything. This was simple, straight ahead, easy to follow and I say "two thumbs up." I'd watch it again. And some of the outtakes at the end are hysterically funny. Watch it!
  • arthur_tafero - 12 October 2022
    More Crap from 2022 - Marry Me
    2022 is going to go down as one of the worst years for good films in the history of cinema. Well over 90% of the films I have reviewed so far in 2022 are rated 5 or less; and the fours and fives were generous. Good actors and actresses are being tossed to the lions of greed; film marketers and sales people. The integrity of the vast majority of films has fallen to the lowest level ever.. Jenifer Lopez is old news, as is big-nose blonde boy. But in the right films, both of them are capable of much better work. Marry Me is not one of them. Believablity is important in film. Why would J-Lo consider marrying this boob, when in real life, she runs around with AROD and Ben Affleck? Unfortunately, the vast majority of the audience is social-network savvy and knows all this stuff from the get-go. So, they are not buying the plot. Don't waste your time on this junk.
  • evey-56916 - 23 September 2022
    Is exactly what it's supposed to be
    It's a cheese romantic comedy, hallmark style, with a very modern twist, low key, not too much wokism, to be honest, for today's standard, this is a really good movie. I was positively surprised. I skipped over this title a few times but finally decided to watch on a boring rainy day and Im happy that I did. Yes, nothing special, but it is CUTE and it makes you smile. That's the purpose of the rom-com.

    I personally think that J. Lo did great embodying the character of Kat, obviously your brain can't just forget it's J. Lo, but overall I don't think she just played herself. She is quite a good actress, to be able to play basically herself and still make it work and appear as someone else. It was good. Owen Wilson as always, great casting and great acting. People who say there was no chemistry - not exactly. I think the casting was on point. The whole point was that they are so freaking different and at such odds, it's even weird to look at them kiss. But that just added to the point of the movie! My favorite character though was definitely Kat's manager, the guy from GoT, omg, he was perfect for that role and did such a great job. He was so very likable I want him in my life LOL! Some of the other characters might as well not be there and it wouldn't make a difference, but his character was written and placed so well and added so much value to the movie. Or is it just me?!

    Overall, I dont get the negative reviews, like, what exactly did you expect?? They say themselves, the trailer is pretty clear on what this movie is about and what to expect. The problem with low reviews is unrealistic expectation that's totally out of place. I am very sensitive to cringy stuff and this eas not it. Nothing cringy about this movie. This is a cute easy-to-watch modern rom-com with nice pop music and some very romantic moments that make you smile and feel warm! I recommend for anyone who is in the mood for that.
  • lilambro - 19 August 2022
    Couldn't finish it
    This movie was so incredibly cringy. I love jlo, she's such a natural, but pairing her with Owen Wilson taking on the personality of a grandpa made me cringe hard. Gave me the creeps. I usually love Owen, but blegh, that was gross. Also, his face lift was really distracting. This is really rude to say, I know, but it's the truth. Two stars for JLo actually pulling off awkward scenes with him. 😖