Men Ain’t Boys: The Independent Film Everybody’s Talking About

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TRAILER: This is a MUST-SEE film and we are so excited over here at B Intentional because the Tyler Team has done it again! They never cease to amaze us! It is absolutely awe-inspiring at what they are able to do with a little (ok, maybe a lot of) vision, a real sense of purpose, some serious stick-to-it-iveness (ok, so maybe that’s not a word), and a lot of faith. Check out the trailer below and think  seriously about hosting a screening in your town—it’s not as complicated as you’re thinking. And, what do we talk about over here all the time? Being Intentional! Living your life with some meaning and Purpose. So, decide to impact somebody after you’re impacted by this film. Each One. Teach One.  For more details about the film, its producers, how to host a screening and to order your copy go to

Film SynopsisTaken from

At a time when African American men are often depicted poorly throughout mainstream media Tyler New Media breaks that trend with Men Ain’t Boys. The film offers a thought provoking look at issues such as stereotypes surrounding manhood, the results of effective fatherhood and the requirements for maintaining lasting love, relationships and marriages. Men Ain’t Boys provides a blueprint for men, women and children to learn how real men live and how real men love.

4 replies
  1. Cynthia
    Cynthia says:

    I am so excited about this movement, yes movement. I encourage everyone to pre-order a copy and share it with everyone you know. This is a conversation that must take place in our community and our nation.

  2. Antonio C
    Antonio C says:

    This looks like it is going to be amazing…'s always good to see positive images.

  3. Tom Weaver
    Tom Weaver says:

    This movie looks really good, not like your conventional Hollywood film. It kind of reminds me of the South African film, White Wedding. I just watched it on DVD last week and thought it was hilarious. Has anyone seen it? check out the trailer at

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