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Jones), unaware of the fact that he is sleeping with Sheila’s friend Trina (Denise Boutte); Patricia (Janet Jackson) and Gavin (Gavin) are considered the perfect couple as Patricia was the one who organized the annual event, but suffers from her own setback when their son was recently killed in a car accident.
They are joined by the quiet town’s sole sheriff Troy (Lamman Rucker), who helps out Sheila when her husband Mike makes her drive instead of flying with him an Sheila is the only one in the group with a relation and understanding of God’s love, and displays this affection many times in the film.
There is one instant of using the name of Jesus in a negative way, but is made in a comical delight that you forget it was there.
There’s some talk about sex, some sensual subject matter, and a scene of violence.
Not only is it a step up, but its his best effort to date.
(I can’t comment on DLG because I haven’t seen it as of posting this review).
” What is true love and how do you know when you have found it? Answer Many people are convinced that traditional marriages don’t work and that this practice should be abandoned. Answer Sharon Leal, Tasha Smith, Michael Jai White, Tyler Perry, Malik Yoba, Janet Jackson, Richard T.
Answer What are the consequences of sexual immorality?
(A backstory is that the singer/actress HERSELF was going through a divorce at the time. ) The same can’t be said for Janet Jackson, who I felt was miscast as the psychiatrist teacher/friend, as this was her first role in seven years (last seen in 2000s sequel “The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps”).Even as newlyweds, I self-discovered some personal traits that I saw on the screen, in my newly found marriage, either with myself, my husband or both of us, that I didnt like with them and need to reconsider with myself. It tells the story of four couples, each with their own marital problems. A movie for couples who are able to talk in their marriage and about their marriage.It became retrospective, and despite the secularism in it (drinking, language) it served its purpose with us: opening up a door of opportunity to discuss some realities we need to work on to hopefully avoid serious consequences in our marriage. I found the characters to be real, mainly because as christians we tend to sometimes not look at the world in a real way.On a trip to the Rocky Mountains in Alaska for their annual weekend retreat, four couples reexamine their lives shared together.Terry (Tyler Perry) wants to spend some time with his workaholic wife Diane (Sharon Leal), who is too busy to sit down and spend time as a family, not even with her own daughter Kenya; Marcus (Michael Jai White) wants his wife Angela (Tasha Smith) to stop talking smack and embarrassing him in public, and wants to make their relationship work; Sheila (Jill Scott) is trying to repair her marriage to Mike (Richard T.