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Writer/director Tyler Perry has slowed down his theatrical career in recent years, focusing on television productions and the creation of his own studio in Atlanta. It’s been a lucrative career change, and the small screen provides a proper home for Perry’s limited dramatic imagination, welcoming his soap opera obsessions. Perry returns to feature-length filmmaking with “A Fall from Grace,” but it’s no herculean creative endeavor, with the picture shot in just five days in the bitter cold, utilizing much of Perry’s T.V. crew and experience. And you know what? It shows. Striving to become the new Roger Corman, Perry once again clings to pure absurdity with his latest offering, which begins with legal procedure and concludes like a Blumhouse production, working swiftly and steadily to give viewers the very least when it comes to a moviemaking effort. Read the rest at


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