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The movie Acrimony – A Spirit of Bitterness & Rage


I saw Tyler Perry’s movie Acrimony and was blown away by the full plot of the movie. The psychological thriller just opened in theatres yesterday (Friday March 30), and has already grossed $7.6 million, including $1 million from Thursday night previews.

The movies plot is: Melinda Gayle, a faithful wife (Taraji P. Henson), is tired of standing by her lazy husband (Lyriq Bent) and gives up on him and files for divorce just before he strikes the business deal of a lifetime. One he had waited ten years before succeeding. His new found money and success changes everything for Melinda as her now ex-husband had moved on. She becomes enraged when she finds out that he is engaged to another woman, Melinda loses control of her life and all hell breaks loose.

I don’t want to reveal any spoilers but Taraji P. goes crazy in the end.

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The critics are harsh but I absolutely loved this film. Sad part about Melinda’s bitterness and rage is that, because of her husband’s past transgressions, she refused to trust and believe him at time he needed her too the most.

Check it out and share your opinion here!

New Movie Release, Tyler Perry

Have you seen, Tyler Perry’s “BOO” A Madea Halloween?


maxresdefaultUnlike his previous movies that began as stage plays, “BOO” a Madea Halloween didn’t originate as a hit stage play. The idea started as a joke in Chris Rock’s hilarious “Top Five,” where the latest Tyler Perry production has Madea fighting off ghosts. Despite the mockery, Perry liked the concept and shot this movie in 6 days.

The movie opened Thursday night and it’s message is clearly for parents and disrespectful teens.

The plot thickens with Madea (Tyler Perry) trying to keep her great niece Tiffany (Diamond White) from attending a Halloween party at the lamest fraternity I have ever seen. When things go horribly awry for the frat, they plot a Halloween-themed vengeance on Madea and her cohorts Aunt Bam (Cassie Davis), Hattie (Patrice Lovely) and Joe (Tyler Perry).

Madea’s nephew Brian (Tyler Perry, again) summons her to his house to keep an eye on his daughter while he’s out of town. He fears she will disobey his orders and attend the frat party. Brian is a doormat whom Tiffany disrespects in ways that would never fly in a Madea-run household. Tiffany’s behavior becomes the basis for the typical whiplash-inducing dramatic change in tone for which Perry’s films are notorious. Before we get there, however, we have to deal with the party, the pranks and the constant bickering between Madea and her crew.

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At 103 minutes, this film has way too much dead weight. Scenes are repeated over and over, and some of the acting would not cut it in a school play. But in the rare moments when “Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween” is firing on all cylinders, it displays a cleverness which hints that, with more time and a few more iterations of the script, this might have been a good movie.

I laughed until I cried however, Mr. Tyler Perry could’ve done a little better.