Melinda Moore is a steadfast, hardworking wife who supports her husband, Robert Gayle, an engineer trying to sell an innovative battery design. A running total/dwindling balance of the proceeds Melinda receives after her mother's death is portrayed as the couple gets in over their heads in debt, which fractures their marriage over time. The film is divided into categories based in the emotional spectrum that Melinda experiences..
This is the third film collaboration between actress Taraji P. Henson and director Tyler Perry. Their previous efforts were "The Family That Preys" (2008) and "I Can Do Bad All by Myself" (2009). See more »
I had the same time-wasting fears of stereotypical nonsense you did. Give it a chance and you'll see something else.
Some of the acting is dry and yeah the chroma key is less than perfect but the plot becomes engaging enough to forgive these things. In this film, the plot is everything. It's fresh, original and thought-provoking.
I find it hard to see how anyone who truly watched the film from start to finish could anticipate all the character twists in the story. This movie sparked a lot of passionate discussion after we watched it.
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