Marie and Bruce

Marie and Bruce

On DVD: 
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Running Time: 
91 minutes

Marriage can be tough. For Marie and Bruce though, it's more than just tough, it's downright frustrating. A lot can happen in one day and this film details that day, in agonizing detail...

Honestly, with a cast of Matthew Broderick and Julianne Moore, I though this would be interesting in the least. Unfortunately, this is one of the dullest and most boring films I've seen. I still don't realize what the point of it all was. For starters, everything is bland. The colors are dull and all it is is a bunch of long and boring conversations that really lead nowhere. The script is highly repetitive. Count the number of times they say 'darling,' I dare you. It's probably in the hundreds.

The film just goes on and on with no real conclusion. You wonder, "okay, where is this leading?" Here's a hint, nowhere. I would stay away from this film at all costs. It's not worth it, really. I was actually happy that there were no special features so that I didn't have to watch any more of it. Yes, it was that bad.

Matt Rodriguez
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