Commenters say Kardashian is the antithesis of Perry's Christian and respectable image for a range of reasons, including her impending divorce from husband Kris Humphries after only 72 days of marriage and her exploitation of black males. Perry as much as we the middle class black folks love u!!! Me and my wife and children will NOT be supporting you on this one.
You are way to classy to have this un-talented lady name Kim Kardashian in your film, She only uses our black brothers for money,sex!!!!!
What kind of role model is she and again sir WHY???
All the black actresses out there needing owrk and you choose this negitive person how sad. But I guess cause you have your MILLIONS now you don't care how we thepeople feel after we are the ones who helped you make these millions.
Movies, you see Kardashian is playing a character who is stylish, bossy, and has a strong interest in the dating habits of rich and powerful men. ' Pain & Gain' trailer, ' Guilt Trip' interview]" data-reactid="20"[New on Yahoo!
Movies: 'Pain & Gain' trailer, 'Guilt Trip' interview]The movie is about Judith (Jurnee Smollett-Bell, all grown up from her “Eve’s Bayou” days), an Ivy League-educated married woman who wants to be a marriage counselor but is stuck working in a matchmaking agency for high-powered men run by Janice (Vanessa L.. Her rival at the office is Ava (Kardashian) who is overly critical of Judith’s appearance and personal style (Kardashian does seem more at ease talking about fashion than "the largest social media inventor since Zuckerberg").
The men are shirtless, rapacious heels, or sensitive pretty-boy disappointments.
That doesn't matter, as these movies are first and foremost "chick flicks" — sermonettes about relationships, deserving more and eventually getting it. But "Temptation" is a cautionary tale about wanting what you haven't got. She married her childhood sweetheart (Lance Gross), who is a serious stiff, looking at goals 10 to 15 years down the road.
They are also filled with messages about faith, family, self-acceptance and the importance of community.
While they will be unlikely to ever work for everyone, those who seek such films have come know that Tyler Perry will deliver the goods dependably.
I understand why critics don't exactly embrace Perry, a filmmaker whose directorial skills may be most appropriately described as functional and whose leanings towards melodrama end up creating exactly the kinds of films that most film critics despite - melodramatic, overly broad and formulaic.
The thing is that Perry seems to have tapped almost perfectly into what his audiences want.
He gives it to them and they, in return, reward him with box-office success after box-office success.