Why Marry 2 - Part 2

Posted by Webby on 2011-10-29 00:00:00 | Views: 166776 |

Movie Synopsis:

Features: Majid Michel, Yvonne Okoro. A two cast movie Starring Majid Miichel and Yvonne Okoro. Marriage is embedded with challenges and external factors which only few couples can withstand.


Movie Reviews:

22697

cexidee

10/29/2011 3:38:32 PM

VERY GREAT MOVIE, BUT ITS JUST TWO PEOPLE IN THIS MOVIE NO EXTRAS. CLASSIC! GENIUS! LOL........LMAO

22700

Breanna

10/29/2011 6:27:01 PM

this movies is great it made me laf, kudos to all the crew.xx

22701

good

10/29/2011 6:58:40 PM

lovely from start to finish

22702

aka

10/29/2011 6:59:44 PM

good and Funny movies. only two people in this? kinda different.LOL

22703

Tatiana404atl

10/29/2011 6:59:50 PM

Nice Movie!!!!

22704

judith

10/29/2011 9:48:14 PM

I LOOOOVEEEEEEEE IT!!!!!!!!!!

22706

Towky

10/30/2011 3:07:01 AM

Nice movie but this is a rip off of a yoruba movie "Modupe Temi" featuring saidi balogun and Doris simeon. exact same concept/story line. nice try sha

22707

mafata

10/30/2011 11:19:37 AM

Wow,this is nice well done frank!!! two cast funny and brilint nava thought movie of two cast could come out so parfectly to draww my atention very good and for the actors,was the best cast for the role they played couldnt imagine any one else playing this..........kudos the u guys

22710

george

10/30/2011 8:02:10 PM

ghana has done it again.. majid is the best actor right now and yvonne is defintely top 5, this movie is great, very funny and nicely written, kudos to ghana

22713

zoe

11/2/2011 12:12:01 AM

wow....one word...great. just two....n thats all we need.

22722

nanawusuaa

11/5/2011 10:12:04 AM

Good movie

22773

pentecost

11/7/2011 8:37:55 AM

funny

22781

roliat2001@yahoo.com

11/13/2011 4:04:56 PM

very good movie

22782

roliat

11/13/2011 4:07:35 PM

very good movie

22821

ama

10/29/2011 11:53:17 PM

The movie was very good but why was Micheal showing us his yash? There was just no reason for that!!!

22822

mari

10/30/2011 12:15:49 PM

love it

22823

oagbi

11/3/2011 8:55:37 PM

ok I found the song. heres the link http://soundcloud.com/orchestrator/tracks?page=1 its called "thank you (wedding song)"

22882

CoolB

11/1/2011 6:38:59 PM

Wonderful.....a must see for all couples...Majid and Yvonne u rock..Go Ghana!!!!!!!!!!!!

22884

otivbo

11/3/2011 9:50:58 PM

hilarious,nice one guys

22960

jay

10/31/2011 4:42:14 PM

LOL THIS WAS REALLY GREAT TO WATCH!!!

22961

MYHEART

11/1/2011 5:15:29 AM

WHATS THE NAME OF THE SONG PLAYING AT THE END ITS REALLY NICE I LOVED IT

22963

Tiander

11/6/2011 10:30:56 PM

Woah awesome movie! Really enjoyed it. Thx Admin and actors.

22992

ayomide

12/29/2011 4:46:22 AM

this movie was good.....it makes me so proud that the original movie, MODUPE TEMI came out of Nollywood... this remake with Majid and Yvonne is definitely nice...it makes me appreciate the work Saheed and Doris did with the original even more...

23036

mundih

10/29/2011 4:43:42 PM

This movie is amazing! the person who wrote this deserves some kind of award!. Only 2 actors in the whole thing , and i didnt even notice! AMAZING

23037

SJ

10/29/2011 6:41:43 PM

I WAS HOOKED FROM THE START. SCRIPT IS DONE BRILLIANTLY AND SO ARE TWO ACTORS. I LAUGHED ALOT AND WAS SAD AT THE SAME TIME. MAKES ME KIND WANT A MARRIAGE FULL OF LITTLE PETTY GAMES THAT LOVERS PLAY. GREAT MOVIES REALLY PORTARYS THE BEAUTY OF MARRIAGE AND ALSO HAVING SOME BY YOUR SIDE FOR LIFE. THUM

23038

oagbi

11/3/2011 9:02:37 PM

http://soundcloud.com/orchestrator/tracks?page=1

23128

tinkerlina79

2/28/2012 10:40:18 PM

love the movie part 1 and part 2 ..love is a wonderful thing...does anyone know the name of the song that plays at the end of credits of part 2?

23168

HotMoccachic

11/7/2011 2:51:35 AM

Great Movie! Keep it up.

23223

Emz

10/30/2011 3:38:30 PM

awesome song, awesome movie, awesome. Majid is such an awesome actor

23224

branta

10/31/2011 3:38:18 PM

Absolutely fantastic...quite refreshing...lmao!!!!!

23225

GuineaBeauty

11/1/2011 11:11:28 PM

I really enjoyed this movie very funny loved it

23230

LovelyXtcy

11/6/2011 5:24:03 PM

Its MODUPE TEMI. A beautiful and well done appreciation for the original. Very entertaining. Yvonne is one of my favourite out of Ghana/Nigeria. Please keep your lovely dark skin, it is precious and beautiful. Majid delivered as usual.

23253

swagga miss

3/3/2012 10:11:00 AM

wat kind of rubbish film is this? this is why i never liked majid michael

23290

omowumi

11/8/2011 5:35:25 PM

it was 9ce movies, vry funny.

23395

ayomide

12/29/2011 4:43:01 AM

well...the movie was a nice interpretation of the original.......MODUPE TEMI.....i take pride in the fact that something so beautiful came out of Nollywood...the remake with Majid and Yvonne is really nice.....they really interpreted the work Saheed and Doris well.....

23399

chonasnr

2/2/2012 7:54:00 AM

one of the best...love t very much....black women are beautiful indeed

23636

babatunde

6/6/2013 9:59:43 AM

this is actual ripoff of a Yoruba movie call "MODUPE TEMI" and is a great work of SAHEES BALOGUN and DORIS SIMON and directed by DANIEL ADEMILOKAN. WHY MARRY is duplicate of MODUPE TEMI. THE PODUCER just change the title and some little amendment even the conversation almost the same. the story rol





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