Tyler Perry's The Family That Preys Synopsis
Greed and scandal test the mettle of two family matriarchs (Kathy Bates, Alfre Woodard).
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I like Tyler's Movies, sooo ...

By violetdc
... guess I'll see this 1, too....

the family that prey's

By Lady Tee
great movie with meaning!!!...


I saw this week "Righteous Kill", "The Women" and "Burn before reading "or is it "Burn after reading"...whatever, they were all a waste of time compared to this SOUL FEEDING work of art. What can I...

1980s Night-time Soap

By Igotothemoviesalot
The Family that Preys would have been good enough for TV but is not good enough for a feature film. Kathy Bates plays the poor man's JR Ewing or Alexis Carrington Colby, only with an uneven Southern...

A Touching Movie That All Should See

By dartluv5
Since I love most of the Tyler Perry movies, I knew that this movie would be quite enjoyable. It lived up to my expectations and thensome! This movie will make you laugh, cry, inspire you and teaches...

Scandalous and Dramatic

By Power_Ball
For Tyler fans, he does not disappoint. The lies, deceit and betrayal with the overly dramatic blowout scene...it's all there. Too predictable and not humorous enough for my taste. I miss Madea,...

Touching Movie

By jessierican
This movie touched my heart. I called my best girlfriend right afterwards!! Everyone played their characters very well....

not as good as I expected

By singme
I love Tyler Perry's movies, but I am having a hard time feeling the love for this one. The movie moved slowly (but I didn't fall asleep!) so obviously not too slowly. I don't know what I expected,...

Perry's best yet

Good story, wonderful acting. Alfre Woodard & Kathy Bates make this movie great....

Tyler Perry's The Family That Preys

By smithpa-_movie_buff
I thought the movie was soap opera-ish at times but I found it entertaining....

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Rated PG-13 | For thematic material, sexual references and brief violence
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Message-heavy dramedy features fine performances.
Read the Common Sense Media Review