“Marry Me.” Romantic jokes have become quite common in the era of broadcast and movie-making “theme park”. Now it is hard to believe that it used to have the highest number of office boxes among all kinds of cinema. Because of this, ‘Marry Me’ is a pure spirit. It predicts automatically and does not bother too much with pathos.
She wisely uses the stratospheric beauty of her two leading stars, Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson, to tell a story that is truly fascinating. Admittedly it is silly sometimes and requires an end to disbelief, but that can be said as part of the 2020 filmmaking.
‘Marry Me’ is a cinematic adaptation of a comic book novel by Bobby Crosby. At the heart of the storytelling is an unusual love story between pop music star Katalina “Kat” Valdez as Jennifer Lopez and math teacher Charlie Gilbert as Wilson. If you are wondering if these two characters end up together at the end of ‘Marry Me.’
Kat and Charlie meet together in very unusual situations. At the beginning of the film, Kat will be married to Hispanic music star Bastian (Maluma) at one of their concerts in front of 20 million fans. The title of the film focuses on a song created by Kat and Bastian together. At the time, Charlie was a single father and a hopeful archetypical teacher. Her daughter, Lou (Chloe Coleman), is at a time when silent and angry remarks are the only things parents are really taking out of their children.
Charlie’s girlfriend and girlfriend, Parker (Sarah Silverman), is a huge fan of Kat. Initially, she intends to attend the Marry Me concert with his girlfriend for two weeks. But that doesn’t work, and Charlie and Lou end up accompanying him. Just as Kat sings, news emerges about Bastian kissing Kat’s assistant. His trusted manager, Collin (John Bradley), told him the news as he returned to the stage.
Like any true fan, Parker has brought with him the Marry Me brand. She gives Charlie a sign to brag to her ex where she is. Kat somehow picks Charlie out of tens of thousands of her fans, and something unexpected happens – she accepts her “suggestion”.
Realizing how dangerous and lonely she is on stage, Charlie goes upstairs. In front of a wonderful world, they are both getting married. Then came ridicule and disbelief and filled the internet, the media, and the nightly chat rooms. Charlie’s quiet life is suddenly attacked by the cacophony of communication and the world of splendor. But as the film progressed, the two men, who had never met under different circumstances, began dating.
Wilson portrays Charlie in a quiet and lonely manner. The latter serves as an important source of communication for Charlie and Kat. They are different in many ways. Despite three divorces, Kat has a wonderful hope for marriage and love. On the other hand, since his wife’s departure, Charlie has grown up questioning the institution of marriage.
Their flourishing relationship allows both to grow. No doubt Kat becomes a part of her life. She meets Lou, his friends, students, and colleagues and attends a school dance with him. When Bastian runs back to his life with the announcement that Kat has been nominated for a Grammy Award for the first time in his “Marry Me” career, Charlie lets his insecurities get the better of him and decides to leave, believing it to be a medal. the best thing you can do. As it turns out, it was not. They are both sad and lonely. However, Kat is not starting her relationship with Bastian and has an epiphany in ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.’
Earlier in the film, Kat said when speaking to the media for the first time with Charlie, “We choose a guy, we keep our name, and let them get the right to stay.” The extension of this statement plays a major role in the film scene as it breaks down the old song “race of your love” performed by a male character and travels to Chicago to meet Charlie. There, in Mathalon, she raises the Marry Me sign, and she and Charlie reconcile. The film ends with them and the other couple (some from the film and some not speaking) talking about how they first met.
An important sub-episode in ‘Mary Me’ includes Lou and Mathalon. Like his father, Lou is interested in math, but he had a very bad sense of humor on stage during last year’s Mason. As a result, he has suffered since then. When Kat hears about this, she explains her problems with fear on stage and advises the little girl to divert her focus from the dance.
During this year’s Mathalon, when Lou begins to feel the same negative emotions, her father reminds her of Kat’s advice. Lou starts to dance and answers the question correctly. Unfortunately, he did so too late. As a result, his team, the Coolidge Pi-thons, lost in the final to the Trinity Numerators. “Marry Me.”