PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
Four couples find themselves struggling to save their marriages once again on their annual marriage retreat, while each of them battle through financial, physical, mental, and emotional issues.
In the first film, Jill Scott was in the midst of going through a divorce, just as her character was undergoing a break-up with her husband. In this one, she had just had a baby, just as her character Sheila did in this movie.
You start all of my arguments.
Patricia Agnew: Why?
Angela: You and that book! You just have all the answers, don't you?
During the kitchen scene between Sheila and Mike in the Bahamas, Sheila removes the bowl from the dish drain and begins to prepare eggs in it as she and Mike talk. Towards the end of the scene, as they talk near the fridge, the bowl is clearly seen still in the drain. In the next shot, the bowl is back on the counter.
CAD 175,773 (Canada) (4 April 2010)
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