Even though Lionsgate has put together a decent technical V/A presentation, the bland and lackluster approach to Tyler Perry’s style of humor make this one almost cringe worthy.
Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds is typically bland, melodramatic drama in the filmmaker’s normal vein of expression.
Tyler Perry kicks the melodrama into high gear for this film adaptation of the poetry-play.
Lionsgate has announced the date for the home video release of the Tyler Perry film, For Colored Girls, set to arrive February 8th, to coincide with Black History month, on Blu-ray Disc Combo Pack (three discs – including Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Copy), DVD, Digital Download and On Demand…
Tyler Perry proves he’s a stronger playwright and stage actor than he is a filmmaker with the Blu-ray release of Madea’s Big Happy Family: The Play
Madea Goes to Jail is a bi-polar mess that actually looks good on Blu-ray.
Madea’s Family Reunion may e the best of Perry’s “Madea” movies and its transfer trumps Diary of a Mad Black Woman any day of the week.
The lackluster transfer to Blu-ray of this recent vintage film is enough to make any woman (or man) mad.
The Family That Preys is an overwrought drama with shallow characters, but it looks pretty good on Blu-ray.
Why Did I Get Married? reaches across racial and ethnic lines for a decent, if flawed, character study on the burdens of contemporary relationships.