Are we living in the same world?By Yahoo! Movie User on Thu, Mar 10, 2011 2:45 AM EST
I've enjoyed Tyler Perry's works, from his plays to his big screen hits, but this one had me walking away scratching my head and feeling slimy. Some of the scenes looked forced and fake, when a couple of married men ask if they're going to need an NFL dictionary, I start to wonder. I also wonder if we're living in the same world in which this movie was supposed to be happening. If so it'd be interesting to see if I could get away with cheating on my spouse or yelling at them every time I don't know -exactly- whats going on and have it patched up because one of our mutual friends die in a horrific accident while going through a truly traumatic divorce. Hmmm...and by the way, throwing in Dewayne Johnson "The Rock" was a great way to add credibility ;) The vision, in this film, was unclear at best and at worst incomplete. Unrealistic...even by Tyler Perry standards (which include Madea using a tractor to pick up a snotty housewife's car).