Married to It is a 1991 film directed by Arthur Hiller about three New York City couples with disparate careers, ages, and lifestyles who nonetheless bond through their mutual connection to a local private school. As they help to stage a school pageant with a 1960s theme, each couple begins to quarrel and reassess their marriage. The film was not particularly well received. It has a "rotten" rating of 30% on Rotten Tomatoes. Film critic Roger Ebert noted, "At one point it seemed destined to go directly to TV and the video stores.
|Directed by:||Arthur Hiller|
|Editor:||Robert C. Jones|
|Music by:||Henry Mancini|
|Cinematography:||Victor J. Kemper|