MARRIED TO IT abounds in sound and fury, signifying little, and its screechy, sitcom-thin treatment of the romantic travails of three New York City married couples can't make up for the lack of an interesting plot and engaging characters.
Hippies-turned-social workers John and Iris (Beau Bridges and Stockard Channing) cope at home with raising two boys (Jimmy Shea and Nathaniel Moreau) in a cramped apartment, and at work with government cutbacks. Wunderkinder investment banker Chuck (Robert Sean Leonard) and his wife, child
psychologist Nina (Mary Stuart Masterson), are apple-cheeked innocents just arrived from Iowa. Swimming with the sharks on Wall Str...