Tom Leezak and Sarah McNerney fall in love and plan to get married, despite opposition from Sarah's uptight, rich family. When they do get married, and get a chance to prove Sarah's family wrong, they go on a European honeymoon and run into disaster after disaster. They have to decide whether the honeymoon from hell and a few pre-marital mistakes are worth throwing away their love and marriage.
“Just married” is the story of a guy who suffers from physical relationship related anxiety. He was some type of a Romeo before getting married to the girl of his dreams. But then again he and his wife do not have the best physical relationship yet, when the man feels romantic he goes to the bed and sees his wife is sleeping. He also has someone in his life that is only there for giving useless advises. You can guess now that these kinds of situations create a lot of hilarious situations in the movie. Just married is a comedy for adult audiences, but there is absolutely no vulgarity in the movie.
After many outrageous moments, a young girl marries her former acquaintance, not with her fiancee.
The movie is about five couples who are on their honeymoon at Ooty and share the same hotel. All of them are pretty newly wed except for one who are celebrating their wedding anniversary. Together the couples take many tours and visit sites together in Ooty and get to know each other on a personable level. Slowly and steadily host of stories open up about each of them.
In this charming caper comedy, a bright but broke undergrad striving to escape the slums gets in over his head when his modest criminal enterprise goes a bit too far.
When a newly-wed moves in with her new husband's family, she isn't appealed by her mother-in-law Spring because of her childish behavior at the wedding banquet. While having warned her son to be careful with his new bride, Spring concocts a plan to separate the couple and have her son marry her friend, a prim and mature lady.
Ike Graham, New York columnist, writes his text always at the last minute. This time, a drunken man in his favourite bar tells Ike about Maggie Carpenter, a woman who always flees from her grooms in the last possible moment. Ike, who does not have the best opinion about females anyway, writes an offensive column without researching the subject thoroughly.