Tyler Perry's, "Why did I get Married?" topped the box off last week. The movie grossed 21.5 million dollars. Similar to his previous films, "Madea's Family Reunion" and "Daddy's Little Girls," "Why Did I Get Married?" centers around the struggles in families and relationships and how to work to keep them together.
Eight married college friends, who take a trip to the snowcapped mountains of Colorado for their annual couple's retreat, bring along their own sets of problems, ranging from lack of communication to infidelity.
Janet Jackson portrays a psychologist and best-selling author Patricia Agnew, who gives sound advice for all her friends' relationships without confronting the problems of her own. The movie begins in a college lecture hall with a question-and-answer session for Agnew's book titled "Why Did I Get Married?" - a plot device which introduces the couples to the audience.
If you haven't seen it yet, make sure you do, and excellent movie