Sep 09 2008
Tyler Perry, Taraji Henson, and Sanaa Lathan at The Family That Preys premiere

Tyler Perry’s “The Family That Preys” Premiere >> Interviews

Last night Tyler Perry premiered his newest film “The Family That Preys” at Loews theater in New York. The movie is an original screenplay with a familiar feel. I really want to dig into dude for his predictable plots, but I can’t do that when he’s giving so many actors and actresses work they wouldn’t find any place else in Hollywood.

Not much in the way of pics this time: let’s hear what they have to say.

Sanaa Lathan and Taraji P. Henson

Robin Givens

Alfre Woodard and Kathy Bates (Scene)

Tyler Perry

“Are you living or existing?”..

☼ What's Your Opinion? ☼

1 Debbie Henderson Wed, Sep 10, 2008 - 12:46 pm

I look forward to seeing yet another fantastic movie of a man sent from Heaven, “Mr. Tyler Perry.”  We ALL love and adore him in Tallahassee, Florida.  Continue to be a blessing to many that are in need, namely me.  I love to write, but of course there is always going to be some one that will give you a hard time about what you write about (Domestic Violence, Rape, Child Abuse, Praise & Worship etc., you name it). I’ve written Plays about all of the inidcated topics and had a couple of people to address me on how they did not fully understand the concept and that I wasn’t being a blessing to them or bringing people to Christ…...go figure.  I was asked to step down from the Drama Ministry by a certain individual because they were over the Worship Ministry at the time.  I was the Drama Coordinator for over 13 years, but time this person joins the same church and is placed in this position, and make that type of decision, I was given no support as I thought in regards to remaining in the position and carrying out my spiritual gifts, therefore I resigned.  However, I will never resign in continueing on with my writing because I truly know that it’s a gift from God….....I just need to gain back what little discouragement I lost.  Each time I see one of your Plays and/or Movies Mr. Perry, it helps to motivate me to write more and more because we seem to think similar; writing about True Life issues that ALL need to see because they are happening some place within the world.  What you write about touches the hearts of many, while at the same time, bring many off the streets and into the arms of Jesus.  With that being said, I say thank you sir, and God’s blessings.

Debbie Henderson
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2 ME Thu, Sep 11, 2008 - 11:09 am

Tyler Perry’s movies are terrible!

3 d Thu, Sep 11, 2008 - 12:15 pm

there mostly for women dude, u gotta respect his hustle. its like a black woman’s soap opera but a movie.

4 Blake @ Sat, Sep 13, 2008 - 1:14 pm

Saw this last night. Very good. It had its not so good moments but overall I was very pleased. Sanaa was amazing as well as Alfree, Kathy Bates & Robin Givens

5 LaVett Mon, Sep 15, 2008 - 4:31 pm

God Bless You Tyler….. True God Given Talent. always praying

6 qumeria Mon, Sep 21, 2009 - 1:35 pm

i dnt care what anyone says….tyler perry movies are the best.. their hillarious…and you cant say there not. taraji… is the best actress a live… i love her…and she did a damn good job in this movie…sanaa too…

7 tbsl Tue, Dec 08, 2009 - 11:35 pm

he could have done better with this movie. it was a good idea. i feel it wasnt as good as it could have been. house of paynes, absolute garbage. his stage plays are his best work. thats where his true talent lies. for his movies and sitcoms he need someone to help him write or something.

8 abdul rahman Wed, Dec 09, 2009 - 10:30 am

tyler y r so alsome i read docamatation on y and u r bless and stay bless as a black u r somebody in my book yu r my hero

9 Sofia Tue, Sep 17, 2013 - 10:01 am

I love Tyler’s movies, there is always a message left for every viewer and something to learn from. May the Lord continue to inspire you with your writing. I’m your biggest fun. Much love, and peace.