Married... with Children
Married... with Children
TV-PG | 05 April 1987 (USA)
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  • Reviews

    I wanted to but couldn't!

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    This is a coming of age storyline that you've seen in one form or another for decades. It takes a truly unique voice to make yet another one worth watching.

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    The film's masterful storytelling did its job. The message was clear. No need to overdo.

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    Staci Frederick

    Blistering performances.

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    Contrary to most sitcoms where everyone pretends to be happy and to love each other, in this one, the main character clearly hates his job, his family, but is too lazy to try to change anything. We are therefore following the story of a family where each character is more twisted than the other... and we just enjoy it!

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    David del Real

    Al and Peggy Bundy are a married couple that lost any similitude to liking each other a long time ago. Also any reminiscence of loving each other, (in case it ever existed) is absolutely long gone, mostly on Al's side. Nevertheless they found along the years a way of surviving to their marriage by annoying and sometimes insulting each other on a regular basis. It is safe to assume that they keep wondering most of the time how in God's Earth they ended up married in the first place...I is not like they don't express their discomfort along the episodes...They have two kids, a boy and a girl. The boy, Bud Bundy doesn't seem to like any of the other members of the family much, but likes to make business with some of them sporadically. Their daughter, Kelly, seems at very first sight a very innocent person. But innocence is a very difficult characteristic to define. If a part of innocence has to do with some lack of common sense, that is the only part of innocence she will ever keep.The advertising was so right: IT'S A SUGAR-FREE SITUATION COMEDY!!!!!!! and one of the best ones ever!!!!!!!Thanks for reading.IMDb Review by David del Real.November 2017.

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    OK we have had a lot of family's over the sitcom years but by far this was this was the funniest TV family back in the nintys they made way for family's like the goldbergs the dumphys "in witch the dad from this show plays the grandpa" I loved this show even though I was too young to get much of it my father and I would' laugh the entire time when watching this show it really made family TV what it' is today but fair warning they were also by far the dirtiest family u will probably ever see so might not be good for small kids but other than that u want a classic family that you and your kids can both relate too then the bundys are the bunch you are looking for trust me

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    reflecting ordinary problems of a family, using large sort of humor, creating memorable characters, it is a legend. out of definitions, it remains more than source of nice memories but a form of pop art. because it reflects reality in a special unique form. because the song of Frank Sinatra has new nuances and for Ed O'Neill is one of biggest performances. almost vulgar, too honest, ironic, absurd, strange, it becomes, episode by episode, a picture. its secret is precise connection with reality. the genius of director to give slices of small facts from every day in a kind of society portrait. a family like reflection of its viewers. and nice art to be the jester of modern is a legend. not for the ten years in which it was made, not for memorable jokes. only for the inspired manner to present reality as a big large source of humor.

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