Though Katie gushes to her husband within earshot of her kids, he never cuts to the children for their reactions. His tendencies toward smirkiness have been encouraged and sentimentalized. Bruce Willis is easily one of my favorite actors and having seen almost everything he's done, I rented this. Unfortunately, what you get here is a downbeat tale of a 15-year marriage that's about as funny as major heart surgery without an anaesthetic. They fake happiness for the kids. Bruce Willis is easily one of my The Story of Us is one of those movies, where the title tells you everything you need to know about the movie. Their movie-stars-yelling-at-each-other relationship doesn't feel much more real than the happily married act they put on for their kids.
I do not say that to score a cheap point, but because Moore and Willis are spirited and intelligent people who no doubt had interesting fights about real issues, and not insipid fights about sitcom issues. Heated romance is displayed, but this is a married couple, so the interaction is apt. The camera work and script are intelligent. I do not say that to score a cheap point, but because Moore and Willis are spirited and intelligent people who no doubt had interesting fights about real issues, and not insipid fights about sitcom issues. She should have asked him to use his influence to get some better dialog.
Unplanned stars Ashley Bratcher as Johnson. Although the cues are a bit repetitive at times, the expert performances by Eric Clapton on this album and the relaxing score make this album worth taking note of. Save yourself the shame and go to dinner with your spouse instead. I think that anyone who has been married for several years we are in our 9th year has felt some of the same feelings that this couple shared. Hopkins Albert Hague … Dr.
He tells her the wrecking ball has just taken out their bedroom. And who thinks the misery of this film can be repaired by a showboat monologue at the end that's well-delivered by Pfeiffer, but reads like an audition scene. Can they find enough that's positive in their marriage to keep it going? Watching The Story of Us, I imagined a documentary of the marriage of, say, Bruce Willis and. Sending their kids off to summer camp, Ben and Katie commence a trial separation, during which both try to recall what it is about the other that led them to fall in love in the first place. Bruce Willis and Michelle Pfeiffer do a fantastic job of portraying a real life couple with real life problems. I do not recommend this movie at all. It would have been nice to have seen both of these fine actors in better developed roles that were a bit more challenging.
Rita Wilson is terrible and says some of the most terrible and vulgar things. Essentially, it's When Sally Divorced Harry. The only exception, is that they have an excuse to get divorced. The movie portrays what is happening in our world today—separation and divorce; especially poignant is the way this affects the children. Perhaps that would explain the casting of Bruce Willis as a jokey but sensitive suburban Dad and Michelle Pfeiffer as his beleaguered spouse. While the kids are away at camp, Katie and Ben decide to separate and try to reassess their relationship to see if they should stay together or split up for good.
There are no surprises and there is nothing special here. Michelle, enough with the mommy crap! It is fun watching Willis and Pfeiffer go through their on-again, off-again romance. One powerful scene of having flashbacks of her marriage is enough to bring both men and women to tears. I was just indifferent too it. Positive—I think the movie had a good message behind all the rotten language. I highly recommend the last 15 minutes of the movie.
The parents keep this a secret as long as they can, but the daughter senses something is up. Who thought this movie would be entertaining? Written by Eric Claption with Marc Shaiman, the score is not surprisingly very guitar heavy. One thing the movie accomplishes: It shows how arguments can flare up out of nowhere and become shouting matches. Their discord has grown increasingly heated to the point of ongoing lashing verbal clashes. Despite lighthearted moments, this movie is intense from beginning to end. I spent most of the movie in tears since my parents are going through a similar scenario.
Meet the Jordans, Ben and Katie. While they keep up the facade of having a contented marriage, mostly to not worry their children, they aren't happy together and argue frequently. While they keep up the facade of having a contented marriage, mostly to not worry their children, they aren't happy together and argue frequently. Christian answers to questions about sex, marriage, sexual addictions, and more. It's typical of The Story of Us, which is not really about marriage.