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Brought together by an incident at their children’s school, a group of single mothers from different walks of life bond, and create a support group that helps them find comedy in the obstacles of life, as well as their inner strength to overcome their personal challenges.

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  • Patricia Anderson 206 South Franklin st.

    I haven't had a chance to see the movie yet but, I know that it will be a blessing for me I'm a single mom the Lord blessed me to raise 3 . To all of you single ladies you can do it, just take sometime for yourself putting the Lord first. I'm mostly writing to ask you Tyler when will see the sequel to Why did I get Married Too, wanting to see the Rock &Janet together signing off.Thank you for all that the Lord has touch you to do.

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  • Ms. Jones Mississippi

    NOT stepping on your toes or anything. I loved the movie by the way but one question.. All your characters were so perfect physically and mentally. Would it hurt if youwould've had a family w** Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, or Autistic. So others could experience or have a point of view of the stares, the whispers, and especially the looks you get when you go to public places... if a single mom is taking care of a son that is challenged it makes it so hard... nothing against the movie just a thought! WITH LOVE, MS. JONES

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  • Antonio Cleveland , Ohio

    Hey Tyler Perry I really enjoyed the play I hope you bring another play to Cleveland and hopefully I'll get to see you next time as well

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  • darla henderson nv

    What happened to Tylers shoe polished looking bald head in the moms club movie This movie isn't fit for CBS go back to Madea Tyler that's all your good at. The womens parts were unprofessional and phony. I want my money back.

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    • Queen Samonye Colorado #1938252

      @Darla Will you just BE QUIET and learn to speak when you are spoken too. If you can't speak with respect THEN DON'T SAY A WORD JUST SCRAM!!!

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  • germiane

    if url aint got nun to say bout the movie shut the h*** up because its awesome an very funny an u can learn something from it to

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  • Vanita Newark, NJ

    I haven't seen the movie and quite honestly it looks wack (corny & uninteresting). 50% of the people I know said it was a great movie and the other 50% said it was not a good movie and it appeared to be RUSHED! The comments that Terri and No Nonsense posted a few days ago were interesting and I feel both individuals made some valid points. The overall problem (s) with society and in cinema world in general is that we prejudge and make "assumptions" based on how one appears or comes across emotionally, physically, and spiritually. We all have imperfections including Mr. Perry but its more so what you choose to do with those imperfections. I chose to write a book and Mr. Perry chose to do stage plays, television sitcoms, movies, etc. I Can't wait to see the movie and I just hope I don't have to request a refund of my hard earned monies thereafter the show like I did on other movies who will remain nameless. Be Blessed everyone!

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  • lovey Rancho Cucamonga, California

    I saw the movie this weekend. I loved it, I think it should be made into a television series. I can see more of this. The girls was perfect for the Gorgeous men in the movie. WOW!

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  • Karen Baltimore, MD

    Hey There, the movie was Great !!!

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  • Vantina Love-Christmas 112 Salmon Lane Coatesville, Pa. 19320

    I loved the movie movie. I wish there was more of it, perhaps more situations with single parents. How the club progresses, giving more solutions. I know there are single fathers raising their own without the mother's help.(you did a great job showing this in "Daddy's little Girls) The ghetto girl was a stretch to put in the lives of the others, her poverty level seemed not to fit , if she could have dialed back her aggression a tad it would have been more believable. I would love to work with you, as an everyday middle class opinion,and perspective. I am an active Sr. Citizen who has some acting skills. When and where are the Pa. Auditions for your Company. I would be good For you and the Company. I bought a Star Trek DVD , to my amazement there you were, doing a fine Job as usual. I had the movie about two weeks before I opened it! I was Pleasantly surprised to see you. Keep doing what you do, continue serving God With your Talent!

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  • Terri Japan

    WOW, I am not sure where to start. I can't say I am a huge Tyler Perry fan but I have enjoyed some of his work. I do appreciate his talent and entrepreneur spirit. As a black woman, I have a issue with books and movies that are target the "black audience". I am a avid reader and one of the things I hate are the ghetto loud mouth portrayals of us as a people that we not only allow but encourage. Single Moms Club was a horrible movie, and I get that not every thing will be a success, but I am appalled by Lydia's character that Mr. Perry loves to perpetuate as the single ghetto mom. Shame on you Mr. Perry, shame on the actors and actresses that contribute to these projects and shame on the audience. Mr. Perry you need some counseling, so you can heal your own issues with black woman. Until you resolve your self hating esteem issues then you should take a break from writing, producing, directing any more movies that involve black people. If you do choose to continue in your creativity, try exploiting white or latino people, lets make it equal opportunity if you are going to degrade a race of people.

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    • Annette Cleveland, OH #1937524

      Perhaps Terri should see more Tyler Perry movies. I used to feel the same way about some of the original characters in Mr. Perry's plays, but as both a reader and movie watcher I realized that like many other movie makers, Perry has chosen to show us both sides of the stories he tells. In life people come in diferent colors, shapes, cultures, religions, and economic backgrounds. Not everybody can be, or wants to be a doctor or lawyer. Mr. Perry's movies will probably never be acceptable to a mainstream culture that seems to hold to the opinion that the only people doing anything right are the ones who articulate English the way it was meant to be, who have at least two degrees from established institutions of higher learning, or who just act the way we think they should. Still, when I want to laugh or even cry a little about the things that destroy most people, I look to Tyler Perry, he seems to have something for everyone--at least those of us who will admit it. Keep the encouragement coming Mr. Perry! Signed, Angry Black, Single mom, who learned to do better than bad all by herself.

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    • Terri #1937528

      Annette, Are you serious? Of course not everyone is college educated but are you going to honestly going to act like Mr. Perry's negative betrayals don't focus on black women. Are you black, and the reason why I ask is because as a professional black woman I take a offense to society having a preconceived belief on my thoughts and my behavior before I even open my mouth. Black woman are not judged by the content of our character we are judged every day by being black woman based off the negative representation the media portrays us in. Its a shame when adults want to be so entertained they are willing to overlook blatant disrespect. Like I wrote, if it was a ignorant portrayal of everyone well I would be quiet but its not, black men and women are exploited not only by the dominant society but by our own as well, and we are so d*** d*** we sign off on it. We say silly s*** like keep doing great work, we will reap what we so so keep giving accolades for ignorance.

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    • No Nonsense Grand Cayman #1937750

      First off before you come on blasting people about their ignorance, I suggest you heal yours first. An "an" typically precedes words beginning with a vowel while an " a" precedes words beginning with a consonant. Since you fail to see that his movies portray the diversity in the reality of the lives of black people you may go ahead and keep living in your fantasy. We can keep showing the good and pretending the bad doesn't exist. That will be selling ourselves short and the lack of contrast will leave nothing for the young ones to appreciate. You hate the stereotype, yet we live the stereotype daily. Young girls twerking all over the place and next place the young boy wants to spend his entire life is in his mamas basement doing nothing but getting into trouble. In other to tackle this problem, more awareness should be made about it so more and more of our young can know how appalling it is. We all have preconceived notions about everyone. Though I haven't met you in person if I were to describe you off your comments, you do come across as the foul-mouthed angry black woman who hates the world for what it is and since she is incapable of bending it to her reality takes out her anger on everyone who tries to bring her back to reality.

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    • Terri #1937798

      No Nonsense, its obvious you have the wrong impression of me. I would like to ask you to reread my post and then give me a call so that we can discuss this matter. I love intelligent conversation, and I would love to clarify my position. Call me if you are up for discussion,

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    • interesting #1938260

      Hi Terri I am a mixture of two...what I mean by this statement is that I am a professional black woman and I am also a h*** raiser as well....I understand a little of what you are trying to say...but I think we are forgetting something...people as a whole have views on every race...for example white people are known to be uptight, soft, scary and professional in the public eye. White women are known to be out for the money and sleep with who ever with a large check and do whatever to get it...so I really think that we should consider that there are views of every type of race not just the black women. Black women have view of other race women as well. In society today as well as long ago at the end of the day women loud, professional, quiet, men chasers ,or not we all deal with the same thing at some point and time betrayal from the men and a lot of women of all color can be a single mom. There are plenty of women other than black women that wish they were loud and ghetto like the black women so we are not so bad....(I say we... because I definitely have made a statement for plenty of my professional, sad, did the correct thing in the relationship and still ended up in a bad situation black women) So even some of the all the well rounded, professional women like yourself wish from time to time that you have a little act the fool juice when your heart is in pain... so I love Tyler Perry and I love all the black in him and I pray that he will be able to continue to get the message out there as much as possible. It is one person who is making a statement comedy and true message to help as well with more job opportunities for people today....it no different than all the other shows and movies that were played and act by actors long time ago. We have All in the Family, Mama Family, Good Times, and The Jeffersons.

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    • INTERESTING #1938261

      WOW WOW SO TRUE

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    • Claire #1940471

      Terri!! I like Tyler Perry movies, they 're all about things that happen in our everyday lives. So stop hatin' b****** You need therapy!!! LOL

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  • William Haywood Houston

    HELLO MR.PERRY, MY SON COURTNEY HAYWOOD AND I WILLIAM HAYWOOD WENT ON THE FANTASTIC VOYAGE WITH THE SOLE PURPOSE OF AUDITIONING, WHICH WE DID, AND MEETING YOU PERSONALLY. WE WERE SITTING IN THE AUDITORIUM WHEN YOU STOOD UP AND RECOGNIZED YOUR FRIEND THAT HELPED YOU WHEN YOU WERE LIVING IN YOUR CAR. I FEEL LIKE I FAILED HIM AS A FATHER BECAUSE I DID NOT COMPLETE THIS TASK OF INTRODUCING HIM TO YOU IN PERSON. HE IS A VERY OUTGOING AND A SHARP SENIOR AT TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY. HE WILL BE GRADUATING WITH A BA DEGREE IN TV RADIO AND FILM ON MAY 10 2014, 9:30 A.M IN THE H&PE ARENA ON THE CAMPUS. IT WOULD BE SUCH A BLESSING AND AN AWESOME GRADUATION PRESENT IF HE HAD A OPPORTUNITY TO MEET YOU SOMETIME AFTER HE GRADUATES SO THAT YOU COULD SHARE WITH HIM SOME OF YOUR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE INDUSTRY AND SOME TIPS ON HOW HE COULD START HIS CAREER. I FEEL THAT HE COULD NOT HAVE A BETTER TEACHER THAN YOURSLEF

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  • Sandy south Africa, Durban

    Hey Tyler Perry. This movie was excellent. Just when I think your movies can't get any better, you surprise me once again with another great movie. I am a Single Mom of an 8 year old daughter who's father is absent in her life and watching this movie really hit home in so many areas, because as the one part of the movie states, we cannot think about it, we just got to do it, and that is exactly how it is for me personally. Looking forward to it coming out on dvd so I can buy my own copy. Great movie Tyler. Love you and all your movies.

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