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Film Review - Good Deeds


With his last three efforts devoted to sequels (“Why Did I Get Married Too?”), the curse of Madea (“Madea’s Big Happy Family”), and a stab at Oscar glory (“For Colored Girls”), it makes sense to find mogul Tyler Perry attempting to come back down to Earth. “Good Deeds” is the softest picture the filmmaker has attempted to date, constructing his own romantic drama for the month of love. While his habits get the best of him, Perry’s work here is surprisingly non-toxic, at least for extended periods of screentime. “Good Deeds” isn’t a well-built movie, but it’s by far the least repellent feature he’s put together, dialing down the screaming and seething long enough to reveal sensitivity about the icon that’s actually quite pleasant. Read the rest at


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