Temptations

The movie Temptations by Tyler Perry was a big hit when it came out on March 29, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia. The weekend it first came out, this movie made $21,641,679. Jurnee Smollett-Bell (Judith), Lance Gross (Brice), Robbie Jones (Harley) were the three main actors in the movie. This movie was also given the Golden Trailer award to recognize outstanding achievements. This movie was rated ‘R’ because it contains violence, sexuality and drug content.
In my opinion, this was the best movie Tyler Perry has ever made. Yes, I’ve seen all his movies, and this is by far the best I’ve seen. The movie tells a story about how a beautiful young lady had an affair with a handsome man who treated her right and bought her everything she wanted, but he completely changed her whole life by giving her HIV. Her name was Judith in the movie, and she was married to a man named Brice. They had been together since they were teenagers. However, she cheated on him with Harley who gave her everything she wanted which Brice couldn’t do, which was buy her things, and take her to an expensive restaurant; he also remembered her birthday which Brice didn’t.
In the beginning of the movie, I believe it could have been a little more interesting because it was sort of boring in a way, which made me want to go to sleep because it really didn’t have any type of action. In fact, there were times during the beginning when I considered falling asleep. Toward the end of the movie, I was jumping out of my seat, and I realized that this is the type of movie a person could watch over and over without ever growing tired! Most of the actors played their roles very well. I particularly loved the role played by Kim Kardashian. Tyler Perry chose the perfect role for her, because she got to act boogie. Her acting was neither good nor bad, but she tried her best. This movie was way different from his other movies. It really showed what Tyler Perry is capable of creating.

Centra Cobb

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Posted on May 9, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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