“Marry Me” Celebrates the Charismatic Equality of J. Lo and Owen Wilson

The rom-com, directed by Kat Coiro, is a clever twist on the very notion of stardom.

Risks being lost is put on joyful display in the new, throwback-style romantic comedy “Marry Me.”

Its two legacy stars, Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson, made their fame in a big-screen age.

What’s more, the movie’s story is a clever twist on the very notion of stardom.

“Marry Me,” directed by Kat Coiro, does more than celebrate its lead actors

it suggests the meaning, the substance, that’s built into their cinematic celebrity.

J. Lo plays Kat Valdez, an international pop-music star who has made her romantic life the center of her work.

Just before showtime, drama ensues: a video surfaces which shows that Bastian is having an affair with one of Kat’s assistants.

Lopez, a music star playing a music star, performs a bunch of songs in a variety of contexts.

Wilson, at his best, acts like a writer who seems to be coming up with his lines from within.

If “Marry Me” plays with the obvious and brings it to obvious conclusions,

its broad lines of action and its closeup incarnations, with the spark of surprise.

“Marry Me,” is the hit of the moment, and she’ll crown its success by marrying Bastian onstage during an upcoming New York concert.

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