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He Say... She Say... But What Does GOD Say? (2004)

When the members of a small storefront church called the True Vine find themselves worshiping next to a seedy nightclub called the Twenty Grand... See full synopsis »



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Satin Jones
Alexandra Knight
Thomas A. Ford ...
Deacon Witherspoon (as Tommy A. Ford)
Demetrius Thibideaux
Sister Tiny
Forty Ounce
Orlando Wright ...
Chris Simpson
Jeff Womack
Maurice Wilkinson ...
Mother Butler
D.J. Rogers Jr. ...
Pastor Jackson
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Bill Brown ...
Pastor Greenfield


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Maybe it gets better, but I shut off after heavy lady eats banana
30 January 2006 | by (philly) – See all my reviews

This film was tough for me to stomach. I rented because some of the names involved such as the producer and the actor who played in such things as Gospel and Brothers. I was quickly cooled to the idea with the eye bulging antics of the so called comic relief. Tommy of the Martin Show plays with the word in what could be considered blasphemy. About 15 minutes in a large dark skin woman comes onto the stage slowly eating a banana. Such coon acting and self mockery was more than I could take as I cut off the film at that point. The movie opens with a slick pimp pulling rank on one of his underlings that he feels has been disloyal. After making quick work of putting him in check, he turns his attention to capturing the church which evidentally will go to the highest bidder. The humor that is attempted in the scene where Tommy puts together a plan to save the church is dim witted, slow, and insulting to the audience to which the producers must underestimate as slow. I say that because the lines seem to repeat and ponder much too long too much of the time. There is also a large effeminate man and it can not really be determined if the character is acting like that to toy with the Tommy character or if he is truly into men. Either way, such material seems to fly in the face of the supposed theme of the movie making it too much of a mix match.

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