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VIDEO: Everybody has an opinion on what black relationships should or shouldn’t look like on the big screen.  Many people feel like T.D. Jakes latest film “Jumping The Broom” is a refreshing look at marriage in the African American community, especially if you consider the overly exaggerated stereotypical roles that are often depicted.  In this video we give you our review and share both the positives and negatives that we saw in the film.

7 replies
  1. Ronda
    Ronda says:

    I'm very surprised that you did not mention the role of Loretta Devine and the relationship that she had with her son. And the son's relationship with his mother(they had such opposite views), as these isssues could possibly follow them into their marriage. Would a make a good sequel? No. A good soap opera/drama maybe.

    • Ayize Ma'at
      Ayize Ma'at says:

      That's an excellent point…..i would like to see it play out further in a part 2. Their relationship dynamic was interesting to say the least. It would make for good drama. The acting was kinda suspect in the beginning of the movie tho'

  2. Miss Kaneza
    Miss Kaneza says:

    Honestly, i saw it, it Was ok to me, nothing special, im not gonna lie it reminded? me of another tyler perry movie.. And it was so funny hearing them speak french lol their accents were terrible lmao french was my first language.

  3. Denise
    Denise says:

    Ma'ats, I really liked the movie, a lot more than I thought I would, actually. I appreciated seeing portrayals of black people from diverse backgrounds. Usually in these projects, everyone is either from the "hood" or from the "hill." Rarely do you see these two (or more) dynamics presented concurrently. It was romantic, hilarious, and refreshing.
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  4. KC_BinLove
    KC_BinLove says:

    sounds like an interesting movie

  5. Sally Akerti
    Sally Akerti says:

    Thank you so much for sharing! i have not seen? this movie,sounds great..

    i'll go & see this coming up weeknds.

    Much Love.

  6. bernadettelsmith
    bernadettelsmith says:

    I thought it was a good movie. I liked the way it addressed how ppl hide behind religion to justify? the foolishness they do.

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