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September 24, 2009

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WHY DID I GET MARRIED
(TMC on Comcast) This enjoyable if endless melodrama from Tyler Perry involves a handful of yuppie couples whose group vacation is interrupted by secrets, lies, and venereal diseases. The characters don’t make consistent sense. But Perry makes it easy on us mostly by letting the cast, which includes Janet Jackson, Sharon Leal, Malik Yoba, Tyler Perry, Richard T. Jones, Tasha Smith, and Jill Scott, do what it wants. (PG-13; runs through Oct. 8) WESLEY MORRIS

FLAME AND CITRON
(Comcast Movies and Events) A big-budget Danish drama based on a pair of real-life World War II resistance fighters. It’s the anti-“Inglourious Basterds’’ - a story about heroic Nazi-killers in which heroism itself sinks under bewildering crosscurrents of motives and uncertainty. Thure Lindhardt and Mads Mikkelsen play the leads. In Danish and German, with subtitles. (unrated; runs through Oct. 13) TY BURR

SEA OF LOVE
(Encore on Comcast) Al Pacino makes a comeback as a Manhattan homicide cop besotted with sexy murder suspect Ellen Barkin in this black orchid of a sexual thriller. (R; runs through Oct. 15)

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