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Now then, as a film critic and a Tyler Perry fan I've been troubled a bit more by his last couple of films.In both the latter not actually being a Perry film but starring Perry, Perry's acting has been suspect primarily because he's seemed remarkably detached from what's going on in the film.But then Judith finds her own marriage in trouble when she comes under the spell of a new client, the successful and charming Harley (Robbie Jones).personal website to defend his choice. He said that upon finishing the script, “I knew that this message was not only for my age group, but for all audiences, especially the youth.” He wrote that he looked for a figure that young people looked up to and wanted to emulate, and ended up on Kardashian, who currently has nearly 17 million followers on Twitter." data-reactid="33"The casting of Kardashian was fairly controversial among Tyler Perry’s loyal fans, and so the writer/director took to his personal website to defend his choice.He said that upon finishing the script, “I knew that this message was not only for my age group, but for all audiences, especially the youth.” He wrote that he looked for a figure that young people looked up to and wanted to emulate, and ended up on Kardashian, who currently has nearly 17 million followers on Twitter.Meanwhile, the husband might be tempted by a secretive and cowering new cashier (Brandy Norwood) at his pharmacy, Ella Joyce, as Judith's preacher-mother, and has the "Madea" role: sassy, testy and all-wise.Perry clumsily frames this story as a tale a counselor (Candice Coke) tells a young woman who's thinking of cheating on her husband.
Perry's films ARE often melodramatic, overly broad and frequently quite formulaic.
Movies, you see Kardashian is playing a character who is stylish, bossy, and has a strong interest in the dating habits of rich and powerful men. ' Pain & Gain' trailer, ' Guilt Trip' interview]" data-reactid="20"[New on Yahoo!
Movies: 'Pain & Gain' trailer, 'Guilt Trip' interview]The movie is about Judith (Jurnee Smollett-Bell, all grown up from her “Eve’s Bayou” days), an Ivy League-educated married woman who wants to be a marriage counselor but is stuck working in a matchmaking agency for high-powered men run by Janice (Vanessa L.. Her rival at the office is Ava (Kardashian) who is overly critical of Judith’s appearance and personal style (Kardashian does seem more at ease talking about fashion than "the largest social media inventor since Zuckerberg").
Yes, those are four concepts that each seem completely at odds with each other.
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