The big screen adaptation of Perry's stage play about the trials of marriage, and what happens to one family when a sexy young temptress arrives on the scene.
Release Year: 2007
Rating: 4.6/10 (6,667 voted)
Critic's Score: 54/100
Stars: Tyler Perry, Janet Jackson, Sharon Leal
Dr. Patricia Agnew, a psychologist, has written a best seller about marriage: hers and those of three other couples who together take a week's vacation each year to ask themselves, "Why did I get married?" It's time for one of those weeks, and all four relationships are strained: Patricia and her husband Gavin have the shadow of grief between them; Terry believes that Diane has abandoned him for her work; Angela, who's built a successful business, belittles her husband Marcus, who works for her; Mike is cruel to Sheila, his religious, overweight wife. During the week, each person's secret comes out. Will these marriages survive?
Richard T. Jones
Michael Jai White
(as Kaira Whitehead)
Sheri Mann Stewart
…Because no one inspires me more.
Lions Gate Entertainment [United States] |
Release Date: 12 October 2007
Filming Locations: Agnes Scott College – 141 E. College Avenue, Decatur, Georgia, USA
Box Office Details
Opening Weekend: $21,353,759
(14 October 2007)
(9 December 2007)
After arriving at the mountain cabin, Terry comes in to the bedroom and notices Diane has fallen asleep while working. At first, her laptop computer is screen-up on her lap with the stylus in her hand. But just before Terry leaves, the laptop is screen-down and the stylus is gone.
I'm sure she's fine
Trick, was anybody talking to you?
Yes, trick. As in slut, whore, tramp. You don't know your name?
Why is this rated so low?
Why this film is rated at 3.2 is beyond me. I truly have to believe
that it is racism. Tyler Perry is not my favorite but he is not
untalented either. Instead of showing African Americans as either crack
heads or criminals he is trying to show that African American people
hold important jobs, are educated and struggle with issues just like
white people do. This movie was well written and entertaining, no doubt
about it. It was funny and insightful, showing the ups and downs of
marriage and also showing unconditional Love that has to come with a
successful marriage.I think Tyler Perry is a wonderful example for
African Americans,Strong and spiritual and not afraid to show his Faith
in God in his movies and that is to be applauded. Why is it that you
can't show movies of Faith now days but can show sex, violence and
cursing in Movies with no problem at all? What is this society coming
to? I would really like to know.