Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman

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The Diary of A Mad Black Woman

This was really two intermingled movies: Tucker Perry's character slapstick and Kimberly Elise's awakening woman movie. I would have been happy with the Elise movie.

A woman married to a lawyer gets kicked out of their house the day before their 18th anniversary. The only place she finds to go is her grandmother's, played by Perry. As she reads us her journal, she learns that she doesn't have to be a submissive wife, that she can really love someone, and that she can make decisions. I liked this part quite a bit.
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