Wednesday, November 10, 2010

On "For Colored Girls"

From The Dispatch:
For the most part, the film stays true to themes and issues that have been near and dear to Perry since the beginning, but here he seems more comfortable, more confident in his own directorial abilities to let the themes speak for themselves, rather than spell it out so blatantly. The result is a lovely and moving film, at once Perry’s most dynamic and his most subtle work. “For Colored Girls” is a beautiful film with a universal message of hope that goes beyond Perry’s target audience. Tyler Perry isn’t just a niche filmmaker anymore.
Click here to read my full review.

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