Tyler Perry had one of his best roles in the movie from the gentlemen side, although Michael Jai White comes in as a strong second, as a man who is trying everything to make his relationship stronger with his wife.The screenplay has its choppy soap opera moments, like Perry’s previous works, but Perry gets points for tying to take it up a notch and interweave personal relationships throughout.Like I said I recommend this to those who can deal with the above mentioned and accept them as making the movie what it is. It has some objectionable material such as the frequent use of the word a**.
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This is a solid step up from those Madea films, whom he is thinking about revisiting next year.
Don’t bring back Madea, these are the kind of films Perry should focus on: real life situations with a positive, and sometimes to a degree, spiritual message.
The character Marcus also suffers from being a yes-man and receiving disrespect from his beautiful, yet overly-crticial and boisterous wife Angela (Tasha Smith). The main character realized that she needed to trust in the Lord for her happiness and not the person she was married too. If you are looking for a movie that will uplift you, challenge you in your own marriage and bring hope. The characters, which were supposed to be faith-based and realistic, seemed at best, stereotypical and common.
It was nice to see him stand for himself against his wife’s constant berating as well as the harassment from a former lover and mother of his children, Keisha (Kaira Whitehead). Their actions were not Christ-like at all, save the sole character played by Jill Scott.
She told us that if we saw it we could avoid some of the problems she experienced in the past in her former marriage.
We was pleasently surprised by her recommendation, but we gladly accepted the invitation and did so. It deals with relationships from a secular and from an intimate viewpoint.
It’s a very intense drama with many positive references to Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ as well as Christian themes. —As a Christian in today’s society who tends to seek out positive, inspirational films, I was very disappointed after viewing this one.
Among the nice character developments in the film are when Sheila (Jill Scott) after being maltreated and abandoned by her adulterous husband, begins to see herself in a positive light thanks to the wonderful treatment she receives from Sheriff Troy (Lamman Rucker). In the first 30 minutes of the movie, both my husband and I were appalled by the amount of profanity that was used.
There is one instant of using the name of Jesus in a negative way, but is made in a comical delight that you forget it was there.
There’s some talk about sex, some sensual subject matter, and a scene of violence.
”, his second this year after last February’s “Daddy Little Girls,” based on his stage play of the same name following the lives of four married couples as they share a week-long vacation together as they try to work out any problems between them and build a stronger relationship.