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GREAT MOVIES!!!

Friday, September 11, 2009

emoticon Today I will definitely be going to see Tyler Perry's "I Can Do Bad All By Myself!" In November I will be going to see "EARSHOT!" Give me some feed back if you go this weekend to see the movie.
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  • BABY_GIRL69
    I haven't been to the movies since the beginning of the summer & I love going to the movies! Especially early on Saturday morning. I will try to get to see it Friday since I'm off.

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    3816 days ago
  • MZAQUARIAN
    So glad you liked it! Yes, it was the best! @ MRZKAMICE - I always like to go the first week because it is so important that the movie does well that first weekend! And we always want Tyler to be number one!! During some of that movie, and I guess like all of his movies, you really kind of internalize and think about the message that is being said! I love it that he hits to the core of us women, and makes us realize just how Beautiful and Important we are to ourselves, our families, and to this world!

    I wish people would really listen to the words of Jill Scott's "How's It Make You Feel"! Pretty powerful stuff!

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    3816 days ago
  • CARPEDIEM_2009
    I went and seen this movie on Monday 9/14/09, and I loved it. I am not surprised that it was a good movie I have liked all of his plays/movies since day one. I is a must see movie...not as funny as most but it has a deeper meaning which most of his last movies have had.

    If you have not seen it yet...it is a must see movie.

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    3816 days ago
  • MRZKAMICE
    Everyone I talked to said it was the best TP movie so far. I wont get to see it until next week. I hate going on the first weekend because of the crowds. I love movies.
    3820 days ago
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