Written June 28, 2016
This was a very good movie. A good dose of reality for individuals that are in relationships and are not happy with there partner. Some of the issues discussed in this movie really touched home. I can honestly say this movie got me thinking about life and relationships. I had a tear in my eyes after the movie. Kim K did a good job. It wasn't the best but it was good and Vanessa Williams i was waiting for somebody to mention her fake accent. That was hilarious.
Written March 30, 2017
The movie was great! I enjoyed it and it gives you something to think about! Although you could sometimes figure out what was going to happen next, there were situations that really "surprised" you! I would suggest that you try not to read tooooo deep into it because always remember, the movie is only giving you realities of life and everyone's situations are different! In the end, "karma" is REAL in life!
Written October 05, 2015
I say almost, if it wasn't for the comfortable seats and the great nap I got, it would be the worst movie I've seen. The script/dialogue was lame at best and the acting was worse, especially big butt Kim, or whichever K sister it was. The lead acress was hot though.
Besides a few white females in the audience, I was the only white dude, which is fine, my best friend is black, but it was weird at the stuff the audience laughed at, I didn't see one reason to crack a smile through the whole movie except for when the person behind me woke me up by shaking my chair. Sorry if my snoring bothered anyone, but that had to be more funny than anything in the movie the audience laughed at.
Written May 25, 2017
This is a very thought provoking film with great actors who draw you into the story quickly. It is a great reminder that evil is not in an ugly package but good looking, intelligent and slicker than butter. Temptation begins with just a little dig at your unhappiness and escalates. A good discussion starter for relationships!
Written March 24, 2017
The whole movie was interesting and mind changing, but u understood where the mother was coming from with her concerns for her daughter. But the beginning had me when the counselor told the young lady let tell u a story about her sister, and it actually was her. Cudos Mr. Perry, awesome movie, can't wait on the next one.
Juliana G. Bland