Did You Hear About the Morgans?


Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 12%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 27%
IMDb Rating 4.8 10 33167


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Mary Steenburgen as Emma Wheeler
Sam Elliott as Clay Wheeler
Sarah Jessica Parker as Meryl Morgan
Hugh Grant as Paul Morgan
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by vincentlynch-moonoi 7 / 10

I think it deserves a better rating

Once there a hundred reviews of a film, I usually don't add my own. But I'm surprised at how low a rating this film gets from so many viewers. I liked it, and I think it's a pretty average romantic comedy. That's not to say it's a perfect film, however.

The one problem I had was that the female lead character as a business woman seems too different than the same character as a wife and lover. There does seem to be a mismatch there.

Some say the film is predictable. Yes, it is. Of course, I find most films are fairly predictable.

What I liked was the cast. I generally like Hugh Grant, and this film was perfect for his rather deadpan sense of humor. I'm not a fan of Sarah Jessica Parker, but I thought she was good here, and I felt that the split personality of her character was the fault of the screen writers. This was also a good role of Sam Elliott; over the years, he has grown on me. And Mary Steenburgen, as Elliott's wife is quite good, and I think she is an underrated actress. For a while I grew tired of Wilford Brimley, but lately I've enjoyed him more.

I won't go over the plot here; you can look that up on Google. But while the general plot is rather predictable, the fun is in how the characters get from the beginning of the story to the ending. It held my attention fairly well.

Reviewed by sophiaalinasa 2 / 10

Romantic Comedy with Animal abuse

It is a classic RomCom, but it shows abused animals in many different ways. People make fun about torturing and killing animals in a sarcastic way during the romantic story.

Reviewed by mmorganstern-98529 1 / 10

It had its moments

Unfortunately, the moments were interspersed with so much "we're too cool for school" jingoism against anyone who isn't a New Yorker for my tolerance levels for Hugh Grant's charm.

The fact that the first credits revealed that it was filmed in New Mexico instead of Wyoming (both gorgeous states, neither deserving of the constant wise cracks about how "rural" they are) was the final break of the fourth wall for me after so much pointless, predictable rot.

I don't genuinely expect a lot from a rom com, although I DO like a bit of actual romance, blended with a few funny lines (and there were... a few...), but I also expect to not be offended every few moments by insults to my intelligence and my belief that love and tolerance really are the most powerful forces in the universe, so this was a major fail.

It's hard to believe that so many talented minds produced such an amazing pile of... steaming bear poop.

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