Curt Holman I think the reason you critize this movie so badly may be for the simple reason that you are not too well in touch with the true realities of life. As cruel, hostile, and unreal as this film may seem to you the truth of matter is that these stories took, and still take place everyday somewhere in rundown abandon cities in this world, especially NYC. I being born in New York City in the 50's experienced sheer horror growing up in spanish harlem at a era when drugs took over the city like a black cloud takes over the skies. I commend Tyler Perry for being a sign of conscienciousness keeping us aware and reminded of the taboos/ ulgies of life happen leaving a bad affect in our lives. Where in unity, we can find strenght to overcome in the darkest of all circumstances.
Critics, nodding my head.
Denise I disagree with you, for the simple fact that what the movie's aim is to tells stories of women facing hardships and overing the obstacles through unity and strength, the race card bears no importance here, so stop trying to deal that hand.
What I LOVE ABOUT THE MOVIE WAS THE IN THE ENDING. WHERE ALL THE SISTERS ARE JOINED TOGETHER OVER RISING THEIR OBSTACLES, AND ALL THE MORE CLINGING CLOSE TO ONE ANOTHER, THAT WAS POWERFUL. I have a dream, that one day we black women can united showing one another love, trust, and affection, and not be afraid .
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