The Marrying Man
The Marrying Man (1991)

Neil Simon's screenplay begins in 1956 in San Francisco, where singer Vicki Anderson (Kim Basinger) is performing at one of the city's jazz clubs. Recognizing her voice from outside the club, a group of men go in to watch her… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: April 8, 2003
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Variety Staff
Variety

A stillborn romantic comedy of staggering ineptitude.

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Peter Travers
Rolling Stone

The Marrying Man isn't awful; it's something much less fun - conspicuously mediocre.

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Douglas Pratt
DVDLaser

the whole thing starts to spin in place, allowing its initial promise to evaporate

Derek Adams
Time Out

It's hard to spot vintage Neil Simon in his screenplay for this indulgent comedy...

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Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

There's more juice in the story than I usually expect from Neil Simon; the characters don't just trade one-liners, but get under each other's skins.

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Scott Weinberg
eFilmCritic.com

If the guy who wrote The Slugger's Wife disowned this movie ... that's a pretty bad sign.

Vincent Canby
New York Times

"The Marrying Man" seems to have died en route from Neil Simon's brain to the movie theater, but exactly where and why is anybody's guess. An autopsy by a professional is in order.

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Desson Thomson
Washington Post

Jerry Rees's direction is straight-ahead: In a Neil Simon comedy, you don't jump in, you just try to keep out of the way.

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Chris Hicks
Deseret News, Salt Lake City

The main problem with "The Marrying Man" is a simple one: It's a comedy and it isn't funny.

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