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”, his second this year after last February’s “Daddy Little Girls,” based on his stage play of the same name following the lives of four married couples as they share a week-long vacation together as they try to work out any problems between them and build a stronger relationship.It’s a step up for this triple-threat prolific director/writer/producer, whose claim to fame is the cross-dressing character Madea.This is a solid step up from those Madea films, whom he is thinking about revisiting next year.Don’t bring back Madea, these are the kind of films Perry should focus on: real life situations with a positive, and sometimes to a degree, spiritual message.
—As newlyweds, my husband and I were encouraged by his agnostic, divorced mother to view this movie.
Not only is it a step up, but its his best effort to date.
(I can’t comment on DLG because I haven’t seen it as of posting this review).
Jones), unaware of the fact that he is sleeping with Sheila’s friend Trina (Denise Boutte); Patricia (Janet Jackson) and Gavin (Gavin) are considered the perfect couple as Patricia was the one who organized the annual event, but suffers from her own setback when their son was recently killed in a car accident.
They are joined by the quiet town’s sole sheriff Troy (Lamman Rucker), who helps out Sheila when her husband Mike makes her drive instead of flying with him an Sheila is the only one in the group with a relation and understanding of God’s love, and displays this affection many times in the film.Like I said I recommend this to those who can deal with the above mentioned and accept them as making the movie what it is. It has some objectionable material such as the frequent use of the word a**.