Diary of a Mad Black Woman (2005)





Kimberly Elise, Steve Harris, Shemar Moore, Cicely Tyson, Lisa Marcos, Tamara Taylor, Tiffany Evans, Tyler Perry, Gary Anthony Sturgis, Tamela Mann, Judge Mablean Ephriam


Helen (Kimberly Elise) and Charles McCarter (Steve Harris) had everything: fine home, beautiful clothes, and success. In public, they were the perfect match. But behind the scenes was another matter. On what should have been the end of the happiest day of their lives, Charles evicts Helen, his wife of 18 years, out of their house in the presence of his mistress. Helen then goes from meek and mild to mad, starts a diary and a new life.


Dear diary, as the film ended, I realized I've wasted two hours of my life. Diary of a Mad Black Woman is a dull, never-ending film.

The intent to keep the audience attracted failed since I had to stop, and watch the rest of it in the morning because I was falling asleep.

Tyler Perry is not a very talented writer, and the result is a horrifying story. It does show issues within black families, but it doesn't go any further.

The idea that a woman would console a man who threw her out of her own house, and left her broke is ridiculous. Also, the way she treated him after the accident makes her a worse person than him.

I would like to say the acting was awful, but the actors didn't have much to work with.


Madea: Love is stronger than any addiction, baby; hell, it *is* one.



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