While planning her family reunion, a pistol-packing grandma (Perry) must contend with the other dramas on her plate, including the runaway who has been placed under her care, and her love-troubled nieces.
Eva Dandridge is a very uptight young woman who constantly meddles in the affairs of her sisters and their husbands. Her in-laws, who are tired of Eva interfering in their lives, decide to ... See full summary »
About a guy whose life didn't quite turn out how he wanted it to and wishes he could go back to high school and change it. He wakes up one day and is seventeen again and gets the chance to rewrite his life.
Helen McCarter has everything a woman wants: a nice house and rich husband. However after her husband Charles throws her out of the house after admitting to an affair a distraught Helen turns to her mother, grandmother Madea and cousin Brian who take her in and turn back to God. Helen learns for the first time in her life to stand up on her two feet and is ready to remove herself from her relationship with Charles and move on with Orlando. But when her husband is almost killed by a vengeful client, Helen wonders if she has the heart to forgive him despite everything. Written by
The house in which Charles' character resides is the actual home of producer Tyler Perry. See more »
At the beginning when Charles takes Helen home after the party they are in the car arguing. In the majority of the shots, Helen's fur wrap is low on her shoulders with her shoulders and necklace showing. In one shot it is way up around her neck covering everything. Then, it is back to the more revealing position after that. See more »
Love is stronger than any addiction, baby; hell, it *is* one.
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Performed by Brick
Written by Reginald Hargis (as R. Hargis) / Ray Ransom (as R. Ransom) / Eddie Irons (as E. Irons Jr.)
Published by H & R Lastrada Music / Sony-ATV Tunes LLC / Silver Cloud Music
Courtesy of Epic Records
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I rented this for my husband and daughter because they found some of Tyler Perry's short videos funny. This was not. Too bad Kimberly and Cicely had to be in this terrible film. Too bad Tyler Perry couldn't have done better for his people. Too bad anyone told him he could make this and sell tickets to it. The first half was filled with unrealistic dialog between two intelligent black people and the rest was filled with outdated stereotypes of a black extended family. And to add insult to injury in the end the main character still needed a man to fill fulfilled, pitiful. What's happen to black womenhood? Why can't we make good, funny films about us without resorting to slapstick, guns, name-calling and the electric slide (which by the way most black people don't do on their lawns.
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