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Jada Pinkett Smith,
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Matriarch Mama Joe has held her family together for 40 years around a Sunday dinner of soul food. When diabetes hospitalizes her, the dinners stop and tensions among her three daughters start to break the family apart. Two of the sisters feud continuously: Teri is jealous of Maxine's marriage and irritated that everyone assumes her corporate salary is open to the rest of the family's uses. Maxine resents Teri's bossiness and insensitivity to family tradition. Bird, the youngest, newly married to an ex-con, accepts a favor from an old lover that leads to her husband's arrest. Mama Joe's grandson Ahmad cooks up a scheme to bring the family together, back to the table. Written by
Courtney B. Vance was offered the role of Kenny Simmons, but had to turn it down as he was working on another project. See more »
When Bird's co-workers are attacking Lem when he comes out the bathroom, he's wearing boxers under his towel. See more »
[after Bird discovers Lem dancing with his ex at her wedding reception]
Now, that's what she gets. Bringing in somebody who ain't got nothing and putting him off on family.
What do you mean, putting him off on family? How about putting him off on me? I'm the one who paid for this wedding!
[rolling her eyes]
Teri, why do you ALWAYS have to let everybody know how much you pay for everything?
Because I DO.
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I didn't really want to see Soul Food that much but I thought I might as well give it a go. I was fully impressed. I was glued to my seat the whole way through. The acting is superb, the storyline is both funny and touching. It is an unmissable film telling the story of an Afro-American family going through hard times.
Trust me, Soul Food is a good film which left me shocked at how touching and how nice the film was.
My rating : 8/10.
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