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Extremely dull story, all the weight of the movie was on Tiffany and she could not save this sinking ship from hitting the bottom at torpedo speed. Tyler perry stories are always unreal and create unnecessary drama to bring emotion to scene. This movie is not going to make it past 2 weeks running in theatre and guarantee it will be on Netflix this year. This movie couldn't decide if it wants to be funny or a serious drama. Story was jumping from one subject to another without any reason. It didn't matter where the story was going but I felt cheated and ripped off for watching something this bad. Watching Tiffany's performance in night school was the only reason that I went to see.
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