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The Reactions to Tyler Perry’s ‘Mea Culpa’

Spoiler alert. This article is about the new Netflix/Tyler Perry film “Mea Culpa” starring Kelly Rowland and Trevante Rhodes. You may or may not want to read on if you haven’t seen it yet.

Below is a brief review of the film from The Guardian after which are some Twitter reactions to the film. All we’ll say is that the most memorable thing about “Mea Culpa” was the very erotic, damn near x-rated sex scene between Rowland’s and Rhodes’ characters. At the end of it, all we could think was, “What the hell did we just watch?” Yeah, this film made zero sense to us. Anyway, as we said, below is a sample of The Guardian’s take and X/Twitter reactions.

Kelly Rowland and Trevante Rhodes do some heavy lifting in an often hilariously messy attempt to recall classics like Jagged Edge and Basic Instinct

There are small pockets of low-rent fun to be had in Tyler Perry’s lurid erotic thriller Mea Culpa, some intentional, most less so. It’s a film that, yes, is about a woman called Mea who is also, yes, at fault, as women often are in the writer-director’s films. The mogul has gained a reputation for punishing his female characters, especially when they dare to stop believing in their husband, no matter how awful his behavior might be, like in his atrocious 2018 thriller Acrimony, where he had the gall to waste, and chastise, Taraji P Henson.

His latest target is a powerful lawyer played by Kelly Rowland, making a convincing case as the leading lady, trapped in a marriage with a letdown, a man fired… See the full article at The Guardian


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