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The Marriage Chronicles (2012)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 10 February 2012 (USA)
Three married couples are in desperate need of some advice. Good thing sexy marriage counselor Dr. Jailen Masters (Jazsmin Lewis) has all the answers. During a three day retreat at her ... See full summary »

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DR. Masters
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David Jones
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Kamel Jackson
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Marcia Anson
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Sabel Jones
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Robert McDaniel
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Ethel Jackson
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Three married couples are in desperate need of some advice. Good thing sexy marriage counselor Dr. Jailen Masters (Jazsmin Lewis) has all the answers. During a three day retreat at her secluded Malibu estate, each couple is encouraged to reveal their innermost feelings and share their most outrageous desires. Written by Anonymous

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A look into marriage that you should watch....
17 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

a refreshing look into marriage on the screen. The plot is good the acting is better and the plot builds nice a slow to an exciting finish. This movie is really good for lovers, and couples on your movie night. It takes a closer look at the dynamics behind why we stay together (or not) in marriage. Often times in your own relationship, you need to understand that your partner has different needs than you do. The unfortunate thing is we don't always see the needs of our partners. This movie does well in to help you see your partner's needs are just as important arena. It's polarizing point of view of relationships is refreshing so get your pop-corn and your loved one and sit down.


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