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Why Did I Get Married Too? (2010)

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  • Genre: Comedy | Romance
  • Release Date: 2 April 2010 (USA)
  • Runtime: USA:121 min
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Why Did I Get Married Too? (2010)


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  • IMDb page: Why Did I Get Married Too? (2010)
  • Rate: 3.3/10 total 4,315 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Romance
  • Release Date: 2 April 2010 (USA)
  • Runtime: USA:121 min
  • Filming Location: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  • Budget: $20,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $60,072,596(USA)(6 June 2010)
  • Director: Tyler Perry
  • Stars: Janet Jackson, Tyler Perry and Jill Scott
  • Soundtrack: Still I Want to Love You
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | DTS | SDDS
  • Plot Keyword: Second Part | Sequel | Question In Title | Sequel To Remake | Writer Director

Writing Credits By:

    (in alphabetical order)

  • Tyler Perry  screenplay

Known Trivia

  • Janet Jackson first learned of her pop-star brother, Michael’s death on June 25th, 2009, while filming this movie.

Goofs: Continuity: Early on, when the four women go inside the house for margaritas, two of the four are wearing different dresses, the other two the same dresses as in the prior scene.

Plot: Four couples find themselves struggling to save their marriages once again on their annual marriage retreat, while each of them battle through financial, physical, mental, and emotional issues. Full summary » |  »

Story: Four couples reunite for their annual vacation in order to socialize and to spend time analyzing their marriages. Their intimate week in the Bahamas is disrupted by the arrival of an ex-husband determined to win back his recently remarried wife.Written by Anonymous  

FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Tim Andrew known as supervising producer
  • Roger M. Bobb known as co-producer
  • Reuben Cannon known as producer
  • David M. Garber known as producer: main title sequence
  • Joseph P. Genier known as co-producer
  • Karen Gorodetzky known as line producer
  • Charisse Nesbit known as development executive
  • Tyler Perry known as executive producer
  • Tyler Perry known as producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Tyler Perry known as Terry
  • Janet Jackson known as Patricia
  • Jill Scott known as Sheila
  • Sharon Leal known as Dianne
  • Malik Yoba known as Gavin
  • Richard T. Jones known as Mike
  • Tasha Smith known as Angela
  • Lamman Rucker known as Troy
  • Michael Jai White known as Marcus
  • Louis Gossett Jr. known as Porter
  • Cicely Tyson known as Ola
  • Nia Iman Muhammad known as Kenya Bobb
  • Tyson Gilmore known as T.J.
  • Valarie Pettiford known as Harriet
  • Marc Farley known as Stage Manager
  • K Callan known as Ms. Tannenbaum
  • Zoë Grace Hargrove known as Daughter
  • Frank Roberts known as Doctor
  • Richard Whiten known as Philip
  • Yaniv Moyal known as Alex
  • Jeff Warren known as Man
  • Seth Powell known as Marcus Jr.
  • Rodney Peete known as Walter
  • Brian Daye known as Technical Director
  • Chris Moses known as Ross
  • Carra Patterson known as Kelly
  • Victor Webster known as Ray
  • Laveranues Coles known as Sportscaster #1 (as Laveranues Coles Jr.)
  • Roger Lodge known as Sportscaster #2
  • Sheri Mann Stewart known as College Professor
  • Jonté Moaning known as Cake Dancer
  • Haji Abdullah known as Diner Cook (uncredited)
  • Sidney Baxley known as College Professor (uncredited)
  • Stephen Anthony Campbell known as Airport Business Traveler (uncredited)
  • Lem Collins known as Husband (uncredited)
  • Joseph Harold known as Airline Passenger (uncredited)
  • James Harvley known as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Keith Allen Hayes known as Airline Passenger (uncredited)
  • Roger Herrera known as Airport Ground Crew Person (uncredited)
  • Stacy Jenkins known as Airport Customer / Background (uncredited)
  • Dwayne Johnson known as Patricia's Co-Worker (uncredited)
  • SiSi Kache known as Airline Passenger (uncredited)
  • Alphonse A. Lambert Jr. known as Airport Traveler (uncredited)
  • Ebony Lewis known as Airline Passenger (uncredited)
  • Mista Martel known as Airline Passenger (uncredited)
  • Shakira Massiah known as College Student (uncredited)
  • Lynn McArthur known as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Deidre D. Mosely known as Diner Patron (uncredited)
  • Katherine Neslund known as Office Employee (uncredited)
  • Donald Norris Jr. known as College Student (uncredited)
  • Mark Rudge known as Airport Customer (uncredited)
  • Sapphire known as Airport Business Traveler (uncredited)
  • Melany Sebastian known as College Student (uncredited)
  • Jeanette Stout known as Airline Passenger / Nurse (uncredited)
  • Jawad Talpur known as Airline Ticket Counter Employee (uncredited)
  • Kenya Thomas known as Airport Traveler Extra (uncredited)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:
  • Vincent Gideon known as hair stylist
  • T.A. Henderson known as key hair stylist
  • Charles Gregory Ross known as department head hair
  • Shunika Terry known as hair stylist
  • Apryl Weech known as makeup artist
  • Dionne Wynn known as co-key makeup artist

Art Department:

  • Calvin Ashford known as assistant art director
  • Irie Bailey known as props
  • Sarah Carter known as set decoration production assistant
  • Joe Connolly known as property master
  • Justin C. Hosp known as set dresser
  • Konrad Lewis known as set dresser
  • Tanya B. Magidow known as assistant property master
  • David H. Nash known as gang boss
  • Taraja Ramsess known as props
  • Taraja Ramsess known as set dresser
  • Joey Sisson known as props
  • Joey Sisson known as set dresser
  • Mike Sullivan known as scenic charge artist
  • Monika van Schellenbeck known as buyer
  • John Weeks known as carpenter
  • Shauna Williams known as art assistant
  • Nichole Wleklinski known as props assistant




Production Companies:

  • Lionsgate
  • Tyler Perry Company, The

Other Companies:

  • ARRI / Camera Service Center  camera equipment provided by
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
  • Film Finances  completion guarantor
  • Gallagher Entertainment  insurance
  • Happy Feet Foley  sound post-production (Foley Services)
  • Harris Diversified  a/c & power rental
  • Lightnin' Production Rentals  transportation equipment
  • Malaco Records  soundtrack
  • Paskal Lighting  grip and lighting equipment
  • Pictorvision  aerial camera system provided by
  • Rice Gorton Pictures Ltd.  post production accounting
  • Rice Gorton Pictures Ltd.  post-production accounting services
  • Rockbottom Rentals  cell phone rentals
  • Scarlet Letters  end titles
  • Soundelux  post-production sound services
  • Todd-AO Studios  post-production sound services


  • Lionsgate (2010) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Ster-Kinekor Pictures (2010) (South Africa) (theatrical)
  • Lionsgate (2010) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Eagle Films (2010) (non-USA) (all media) (Middle East)
  • Lionsgate (2010) (USA) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (Bangladesh) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (Bhutan) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (India) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (Maldives) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (Nepal) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (Pakistan) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2011) (Sri Lanka) (all media)



Other Stuff

Visual Effects by:
  • Pharoah Barrett known as 3d artist
  • Cortney Haile known as visual effects executive
  • Spencer Hecox known as visual effects supervisor
  • Brian Holter known as digital compositor
  • Patrick Keenan known as digital compositor
  • Jeremy Meltzer known as digital compositor
  • Justin Pascal known as digital compositor
  • Jason Sanford known as visual effects producer
  • Wilson Tang known as digital restoration
  • Yuki Uehara known as rotoscope artist
  • Ashley J. Ward known as visual effects coordinator

Release Date:

  • Canada 2 April 2010 (limited)
  • USA 2 April 2010
  • Croatia 19 August 2010
  • Ireland 3 September 2010
  • UK 3 September 2010
  • South Africa 1 October 2010
  • Poland 29 July 2011

MPAA: Rated PG-13 for thematic material including sexuality, language, drug references and some domestic violence



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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  1. Melissa Phillips from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 1:42 am

    The first installment in this series was decent enough to spark myinterest in checking out the sequel. Unfortunately, Why Did I GetMarried Too was a sub-par attempt to reprise Perry's previous venturein couples therapy. There were a few redeemable aspects of the movie,namely, some of the characters have been further developed. The newaspects of their relationship dynamics made it interesting to see howtheir lives have changed. Also appreciated are the moments of baresincerity in the dialogue. There are a few scenes where a husband andwife could be seen having a believable, vulnerable discussion about theimpact of individual choices on their relationship without the bravadoof over-the-top displays.

    Sadly, any redeemable parts of this film were heavily flanked inoverwrought dramatic scenes in an effort to create meaningful turningpoints, and mostly uncomfortable attempts at humor. It's as if Perrythought that hearty laughter from the characters in the more comedicscenes would somehow make the scene funnier; the mission was notaccomplished. Also, Perry decided to have the movie be more dependenton Janet Jackson's character as the center pin of the plot, which is anunfortunate shift because she simply doesn't have the skills todeliver. While she is more highly emotive throughout this film, sheisn't believable. It just left you feeling uncomfortable watching ithappen. To make matters worst, the scene transitions felt abrupt, likeyou were being yanked by the collar from one end of a room to another.

    On a more pitiful note, there were several lines and scenes that wereway too close to those from the movies Boomerang, Soul Food, andUnfaithful. It's one thing to have a trite storyline; it's a wholeother issue when scenes are taken from other movies and executed sosimilarly to the original that the forerunner immediately comes to theviewer's mind. This kind of poorly-done mimicry leaves you feelingduped by and embarrassed for the person attempting it. The worst partwas the ending, which felt rushed and forced. Perry is certainlyinvested in happy endings, but this was insulting to the characters andthe viewers.

    Overall, the only reason I continued to watch the movie was not becauseit was in any way worth it, but because I have a sometimes silly desireto finish what I've started. I hope that Perry soon decides to employscreenwriters to broaden the scope of what seems to be a one-man showand production because movie scriptwriting requires a level of skillthat he has not yet polished.

  2. blackaugust79 from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 1:42 am

    Why Did I Get Married too? More like Why did I waste $[…] watchingthis crap? The real title should be: How does this guy take ten poundsof crap and stuff it into five pounds of movie? WTF was that ending?Good God, this film meandered from the start. It was people sittingaround and talking. Then after some airport drama from Angela, going tothe Bahamas to TALK SOME MORE. It irks me that in all of Perry's movieshe TELLS instead of SHOWS. Hey, aren't people supposed to be DOINGthings in a movie? Aren't films supposed to be about oh, ACTION? Isn'tACTION supposed to define CHARACTER? That's what I learned from SydField and Robert Mckee about screen writing, but Perry don't know aboutthat because he probably never bought any of these books to learnsomething about the craft of writing for the screen as opposed to thestage.

    Man, the writing on this film was SLOPPY, sloppier than previous Perryfilms. I'm still waiting for dude to learn how to tell a basic story,let alone know how things work On screen. I'm still waiting for him tolearn how to use plot points and use stuff like CONTRAST, IRONY,FORESHADOWING, and SYMBOLISM like Lorraine Hansberry or Spike Lee do intheir stories. I'm still waiting for his characters to have some DEPTHand COMPLEXITY. Seriously, a six-year-old could write a betterscreenplay than Perry, and it would make more sense than anything heputs together in his ridiculous Ed Wood styled plots.

    I mean, looking at the plot holes in this movie (That ending STILLGIVES ME A HEADACHE: I Love how the guys hooked up with Mike, who showsup out of nowhere. Shouldn't the timeshare have been settled in theDIVORCE FROM THE LAST MOVIE? Oh and Jill Scott's new husband not beingable to find a job as a COP? COME ON! Civil service jobs are alwayshiring, even in recessions. Big cities ALWAYS NEED POLICE OFFICERS toreplace retiring ones. The fact that dude had experience in LAWENFORCEMENT would have been a plus for him. Dude probably would havebeen selected FASTER than anyone else in pools because of hisEXPERIENCE. Blue protects blue, and Blue helps out blue even when it'sblack. That's the culture of law enforcement. At the least dude wouldhave gotten a Security work or bouncing at a bar. Sloppy writing fromPerry there; he should have researched the details. A better plot linewould have been about him adjusting to being part of the group. I mean,he's the new guy. He doesn't know these people as closely as they'veknown each other. Wouldn't they be averse to trusting him or getting toknow him better? Angela and Marcus- both these characters were soOne-dimensional. If it wasn't for their loud arguing and use as comicrelief they'd have no story at all. I love how they never resolve theirtrust issues and will be back to bicker and act a fool in yet anothermovie.

    Gavin being made out to be a heel mid-film. The brother just wanted tosave his marriage and do right by his lady, but he's turned into amonster by Tyler "Man-hating" Fairy. Hey Tyler, How about some BALANCEto your stories? How about showing the BROTHERS as complexthree-dimensional people and not "good" or "bad"? You do know thatpeople have LAYERS and DEPTH to their personalities, and that peoplehave REASONS for the way they act or react.

    I Love how Pat never dealt with her issues FOR A SECOND MOVIE. But TPneeds some drama for Dwayne to NOT deal with in the next installment.Keeps the suckers (I mean fans) coming back to plunk down cash foranother installment. The Rock Cameo was just a diversion to deflect usfrom underdevelopment of the storyline.

    I Love how Perry's character and his wife never deal with the deeperreasons for an emotional affair. This entire part of the movie wasextremely underdeveloped. Perry tells us his wife is glowing; everybodytells us she's happier than she's ever been. Hey Tyler, Instead ofhaving people joking on the beach, how about SHOWING us some frames ofher getting things like text messages and pictures in e-mails? Again,sloppy writing.

    Seriously, All the characters came out of the movie just like they camein. That's just bad writing all around. Even Ed Wood had some type ofchange happen to Glen in Glen or Glenda.

    Hey Tyler: stick to stage plays and leave movies to better Blackdirectors that are way more skilled than you at telling stories!

    PS: The proper term for Tyler Perry's movies is minstrel shows notBlaxploitation. Even the most silliest of Blaxploitation movies hadmore integrity than any of the chittlin circuit garbage that Perrymakes yearly.

  3. firebond from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 1:42 am

    Wow, what a movie. I made an account just so I can review this oneparticular movie. When it started out, I was bored out of my mind, Ididn't care about the characters and then something epic would happenand I would be like "oh yes! Finally, something good!" and then itwould be shot down by predictable acting and I was like "…really?"However, once Janet had her pleasant outburst with her soon to be ex, Iwas happily engaged in the movie although still edging on falling tosleep and being half awake. I think her performance was one of thebetter aspects of the movie due to the fact that I could understand whyher character did what she did. It bothers me though that you neverunderstand WHY they were getting a divorce. Then at the end, it wasforced in that she would go harass her husband, that was the only partwhere I was like "lol…wut?" Then you have the other sub plots such asthe wife cheating on her husband, it was OK but it bothered me thatwhen he wasn't with his wife, he showed no signs of being bothered atall. Life was swell. And then with the wife you didn't see her changetoward her husband at all, they just assumed you were supposed to justtake it as is and not ask questions. Then you had Mark(I think that washis name) who shows up randomly and acts all hunky dorey and I miss myex wife which, once again, you don't really get a full grasp of thesituation you're kinda just thrown in.

    I will admit Marcus and his wife were funny and they made me feel happyalthough they were stereotyped, it was refreshing because I know peoplelike that and its just hilarious.

    Now…my biggest complaint that leaves this review to be a 4…theending. I didn't care that Terry died, I figured that out but theycould have tried to resolve it better and then at the hospital, Janetscreams "Fix it!" and everyone is like "ok! *smooch* fixed!" it couldhave been so much better! Don't bring me up to the top of the mountainjust to push me down with that sorry excuse of a resolution.Then…what really set me off was the cameo of The Rock or DwayneJohnson if that's correct. Why is he in it? That was a distraction fromthe entire movie in general! He didn't need to have the epic camerashots, I walked out but then stopped because it was the end of themovie anyway.

    Speaking of camera shots, the face shots when they were talking was ahorrible way to portray the movie. It annoyed me because I keptthinking this scene could be a lot better if they just zoomed out andlet us watch the characters speak. This may sound odd but I felt like Iwas watching a movie, not someone's life. It kept reminding me that itwas a movie and if the Tyler Perry was going for a POV shot, fail.

    This movie starts off boring, gets good, and then becomesjust…difficult. So much potential…what happened? That's all I gottasay.

  4. yourwarmembrace from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 1:42 am

    In trying to recall a good or personal fave moment in this movie, Icome up with zilch. I don't know any people of color that act likethis. Sure, I hear about it in stand-up comedy but this is not stand-upcomedy. What this ends up being is a farce. Right on down to Janet'sclosing number which recounts events from the film. Cicely Tyson is alegend IMHO and seeing her "ACT-ive" is perhaps worth the cost of theticket. I really did enjoy the first installment but I now believe thatif I go back and view it again, it will unravel right before my eyes…just as this did. This movie was just embarrassing. Let's hope a 3rdinstallment never surfaces. And Dwayne Johnson's (The Rock… orwhoever) cameo is not enough to pull me in again. Maybe a cameo fromMadea would have saved this film's ending. AUDIENCE HEARS MADEA: Ohh_ll no, I can't use any of this… cut, CUT! CAMERA PANS OUT TO REVEALMADEA IN DIRECTOR'S SEAT. SHE THEN GETS UP AND COMICALLY THROWS HERWEIGHT(2) AROUND FOR A BIT BEFORE HER FINAL WORDS: Let's take it fromthe top. FADE TO BLACK. Movie saved.

  5. beaucheri33 from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 1:42 am

    First off I'd like to point out that I am extremely open minded when itcomes to films, and I've been trying so hard to give Tyler Perry andhis films a chance but this was just plain AWFUL!!!!!

    From the moment the movie starts until the very end … there arescenes that were obviously supposed to be funny but no one in thetheater laughed and all the couples are just awkward or obnoxious andit's soooo ridiculous!!!!! All throughout the movie I just kept askingmyself.. WHY?!?!?

    Why would Angela be o.k with humiliating her husband every chance shegets? And the whole idea of causing so much trouble over having yourhusband's cell phone number password is just lame!!!!!! Why wouldSheila and her husband even go on vacation knowing that they have suchhorrible money issues? Why would Patricia announce to everyone (even acouple they just met) that her and her husband are getting a divorce?And why did it take the writers so long to mention Dianne being unhappyin her marriage?? I mean it was obvious from the very beginning thatshe was hiding something… why drag it out???

    Anyway I give the writers a little credit for trying to blend a goodmix of Drama and Comedy but some things were just over kill..especially that whole stunt with the gay guy coming out of the cake..What the heck were they thinking?!? After finding out that Mike hadcancer,and after seeing Gavin die after getting in a horrible caraccident.. All I could do is *gasp* and not in a good way!!! The Icingon the cake for me was when they tried so hard to get people excited byintroducing Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as Patricia's new loveinterest… Wow as if I needed another reason to hate this film

  6. Shelly Mylers from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 1:42 am

    My husband and I saw this on Saturday night for our date night. What awaste of 20 bucks!!!! I was about to write a review when I read thereview from TamPam which summed up how we felt. I'm re-posting theTamPam review again. Here it is:

    The original "Married" was not Oscar material, but it was at least asolid 5 or 6 on a 10-point scale. It had some freshness and someunpredictability to it that at least made for some fun entertainment.

    The sequel is none of these things!!!!!!!!!! Quite possibly one of theworst movies I've ever seen. Clichéd to the hilt. Weak, repetitive,IQ-lowering humor bordering on sloppy slapstick. From the slowbeginning to the disappointing end, this movie is starved. The plot isbegging for more development, the actors are aching for betterutilization of their characters, and the script is pleading to be burntto ashes.

    Like Perry's "I Can Do Bad," this movie seems rushed as if very littlethought was put into making it. I have no idea how the mess I saw onthat screen made it pass the editing booth. There's just noway…unless someone was trying to beat some kind of deadline andconcluded that since this movie is guaranteed to win the box office,"who cares about quality? We make it and 'they' will come. Release it."And release this stink bomb of a film they did. What a waste!!!

  7. smithjpaul from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 1:42 am

    The Mrs (her choice of movies) & I walked out after 20 minutes or so &was allowed into another movie. I am not an actor but my gosh that wassome really shallow acting. The setting was nice but very littleaction, elementary dialogue was rampant & too many close up's of actorsfaces. I thought the actors had recently memorized their lines &repeated them without any emotion or passion. The movies plot was weak& the photography and cameras set ups were below par. My suggestion #1,do not waste your money.Suggestion #2, Tyler Perry is living off thepositive movies of the past & should get back to producing a morethoughtful & deeper movie content.

  8. euphoria2150 from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 1:42 am

    1. An appearance of The Rock aka Dwayne Johnson at the end 2. WhenAngela (Tasha Smith) finally shut her trap 3. When the movie ended. Iwas put out of my misery.

    This movie sucked in every possible way. It was one of Tyler Perry'sworse movies ever produced, written and directed, right behind Meet TheBrowns. The character Angela was a total embarrassment to all blackpeople, and her situation was entirely unrealistic. In real life, herhusband Marcus would have either fled the coop or engaged in domesticviolence, knocking Angela's teeth out. Throughout the entire movie, hermouth and tongue yapped so much that I ended up having a migraine, butI was determined to finish watching the movie so I could see JanetJackson's performance, especially since she's been receiving so manyrave reviews. She did come out of her normal comfort zone and letloose, but was it Oscar worthy? Well, if you compare her performance toothers who have recently won an Oscar then "yeah, I guess she shouldhave one too… Pass it around!"

    There was no chemistry with any of the couples, except for Sheila andTroy. Tyler Perry looks so uncomfortable in all of his intimate scenes,as well as the one who plays his wife, she looks as though she detesttouching him. Mike's appearance was pointless. No one accomplishedanything in this movie. I presume Gavin's death and Patricia'sstatement of "Love one another" was the ultimate message in thismovie… Work out your problems and love, because tomorrow is notpromised. Despite the moral message, the movie sucked. Bad acting, poorchemistry, weak plot, poor direction, stereotypical buffoonery = 2thumbs down.

  9. kokaburr from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 1:42 am

    While I do enjoy the good majority of Tyler Perry's work, andabsolutely loved the first 'Why did I get Married?' ; I find myself abit annoyed with the storyline of the sequel.

    The flaws I see with this movie are what the majority of people havesaid; the ending was horrible and there are a lot of loose ends.

    The story of Mike going through chemo could have been closed properly.Though not a big part in this movie, it still drew me in enough to wantto know what happened with his character.

    Also Gavin dying from whatever injuries he sustained from the caraccident was very abrupt. This might have seemed like a clever way toput in a message about how life suddenly takes a drastic turn, but thisleft a bad taste in my mouth.

    As for the other couples… I did wonder where their stories ended. Onekiss and everything is all better? No, no no! This is not how thingswork. They should have expanded more on these stories as well as themain plot.

    There are other issues with this movie I'd address but I'll just leaveit to the viewer to find them.

    All in all I give this movie a 3/10 stars. It lacks characterdevelopment. It lacks an ending that is satisfying. A poor sequel to amovie that was actually good.

  10. TamPalm from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 1:42 am

    The original "Married" was not Oscar material, but it was at least asolid 5 or 6 on a 10-point scale. It had some freshness and someunpredictability to it that at least made for some fun entertainment.

    The sequel is none of these things.

    Quite possibly one of the worst movies I've ever seen. Clichéd to thehilt. Weak, repetitive, IQ-lowering humor bordering on sloppyslapstick. From the slow beginning to the disappointing end, this movieis starved. The plot is begging for more development, the actors areaching for better utilization of their characters, and the script ispleading to be burnt to ashes.

    Like Perry's "I Can Do Bad," this movie seems rushed as if very littlethought was put into making it. I have no idea how the mess I saw onthat screen made it pass the editing booth. There's just noway…unless someone was trying to beat some kind of deadline andconcluded that since this movie is guaranteed to win the box office,"who cares about quality? We make it and 'they' will come. Release it."And release this stink bomb of a film they did. What a waste.

    I hate to be all negative, so I will try to offer one positive. Like inthe first movie, Janet stretches her acting and almost comes off as adecent actor. Kudos to Perry for helping get that out of her I guess.

    And with that, I'll turn in as I'm sleepy after watching thatsleep-inducing tripe of a film. Maybe in the morning I'll feel lessangry about giving away two hours of my time that I will never getback. And don't say you weren't warned…even if you're a Tyler Perryfan, you will find my critique to be true.


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