Diary of a Mad Black Woman

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From the award-winning playwright Tyler Perry comes the hit success Diary of a Mad Black Woman, which began as an accomplished play. Charles, an attorney, and Helen, his devoted wife, seemed to have everything – money, a beautiful mansion – the American Dream. However, as Helen prepares to celebrate their 18th wedding anniversary, her life takes an unexpected twist. Helen is forced to rediscover love, life and religion on her pursuit for happiness.

The comedy extravaganza continues as Perry’s four popular plays are made available for the first time ever on DVD. In Madea’s Class Reunion, Mabel “ Madea” Simmons has decided to “go on head an go” to her 50th Class Reunion. In Madea’s Family Reunion, Madea has a wedding, a funeral and a family reunion…and she did it all for only $75. If you thought Madea’s family was crazy, wait till you…Meet the Browns. In I Can Do Bad All By Myself, see what happens when a family is torn apart by one sister’s selfishness and another sister’s refusal to let go of the love of her life. All the while, Madea is in rare form and is determined to get and keep the family together.

Starring: Kimberly Elise, Steve Harris and Tyler Perry

Supporting actors: Shemar Moore, Cicely Tyson

Directed by: Darren Grant

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance

Runtime: 116 min

Release year: 2005

MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for drug content, thematic elements, crude sexual references and some violence

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