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@josesmoove22 I wasn't saying that to artjazz's comment since he said she was black and went off about black girls
3 years agoby @donna23Flag
@ donna23 the movie is called "for colored girls" so whats your point? dominican people are definatley colored, especially zoe saldana since shes black
3 years agoby @josesmoove22Flag
uhmm Zoe Saldana is dominican -_-
Sorry, I couldn't write the review, because I was speechless.
3 years agoby @kguyFlag
@Tdavisnov; you need to wake-up man, this work was created by an angry black lesbian back in the 70's who hated black men like Oprah and all the other black female lesbian and race traders of the day. Yes, and look who brought it to the screen, Tyler Perry, and sexually confused black man, who has played right into the hands of these black female race haters. All black men in America need to wake up and smell the coffee, we are under siege by the white establishment and its old ally, black females. Just look at how every successful black female in the Hollywood shuffle has attached herself to a white man; call um off: Zoe Saldana, Halle Barre, Sanna Lathan, Janet Jackson, Joy what's her name, and so on and so on. Black Females don't give a damn about the African American race or Black men, they only care about the buck and how they can use black men like Tyler Perry and Russel Simmons to get their career started then sell out like Benedict Arnold, or worse. Also, if you think its only in Hollywood, think again, I recently moved from Atlanta where black females have lost their minds, absolutely no respect for black-men of any kind; strippers, ho's, lesbians, bull-dikes, and everything in between; any white man well do.,
3 years agoby @artjazzFlag
Veronica Tha Mizzes Hill
Wonderful production! The only problem is WHO should get the Oscar!
3 years agoby @veronica-tha-mizzes-hillFlag
The cast of this movie was truly outstanding. Each actor play their part as if they were telling their story. You get lost in the movie not realizing it is a movie, but real life. Another Tyler Oscar-worthy movie.
3 years agoby @mstubaFlag
Kennedy1. Saw the movie and it was excellent! It doesn't show men in a negative light it actually is quite depicting of the lives of not just women of color but ALL Women. Most women can say that they either know someone who can identify with at least one of these characters or they themselves can in some form or fashion. I think we have been so accustomed to all of the "Feel Good Movies" that we tend to forget that this depicts the lives of a lot of people even if it isn't one you can personally identify with. Great Job Tyler Perry this was an excellent movie!
3 years agoby @tdavisnovFlag
Just saw a screening. Great acting, but a very disturbing film that actually displays the plight of black women in a bad light. Also it portrays all black men as monsters. Not at all a feel good movie.
3 years agoby @yrag777yFlag
MV, this does not look like partial comedy at all!
I've enjoyed a number of Tyler Perry movies. He certainly does good quality work.
3 years agoby @dan1Flag
Thandie Newton is a hottie.
3 years agoby @comicbookfanFlag
Last year, when I first heard that Mr. Perry will be recreating this outstanding Broadway show "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf, I passed the word on to several of my family and friends. Now the time has arrived and I can't wait to see his version. His selection of cast members are outstanding, powerful women who he trust to bring his vision to light. I already have a group for folks who will join me to be the first in line to see this movie on Nov. 5th. Mr. Perry best wishes to you and the cast/crew members -- "Break A Leg!"
3 years agoby @brighteyesFlag
Dang. This movie is rated R, the first for Mr. Perry. He is definitely stepping into some darker territory. Maybe he'll recieve some much-needed critical acceptance.
3 years agoby @moviegeekFlag
I can already tell this is going to be another great film by Tyler Perry
3 years agoby @doubler0522Flag
It's a classic and a the first movie was made in the seventies. Really nervous about this remake but all the actors are great so I'm hoping for the best.
3 years agoby @coloredgirlFlag
Yes. it's a classic in black and feminist literature.
WAIT THEY R REALLY NAMING THE MOVIE THAT
4 years agoby @monkeyironFlag