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|20-29||Yg Adults (M)||4||High||100%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (F)||9||High||77%|
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|A well liked movie. Neither age or gender seems to make much difference. There were a good number of younger moviegoers (aged 13-19) who rated this movie very high, which surprised me since it consists mostly of people talking.|
There were a lot of comments about the good family theme. I recommend this movie to everyone. I believe most will find it very enjoyable.
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A refreshing comedy about family diversity and the power of love and unity. The audience I saw this movie with thought it was very funny. They laughed out loud many times. I believe it will appeal to all adults and some older teens. Its minimal objectionable content and family theme would make it a great movie for families with older children.
The best and the worst of the Slocumb family are on display when Woodrow "Bud" Slocumb keels over from a stroke. As the town swelters in the summer heat, family tensions reach a comedic boil as the Slocumb clan comes together to remember their dearly departed.|
The long-suffering Charisse (Jada Pinkett Smith) is sick of her bumbling, unfaithful husband Junior (Anthony Anderson). The scripture-spouting Marguerite (Loretta Devine) prays to save her hard-living son Royce (Darius McCrary) whose chief ambition is a life on welfare. Family peacekeeper Lucille
(Vivica A. Fox) has her hands full with a money hungry funeral director, and her husband, Ray Bud, (LL Cool J) who would rather bury his family than his father. As the Slocumbs squabble and fight their way to the funeral, they discover new ways to define the term 'dysfunctional.'
When Reverend Hooker (Cedric The Entertainer) threatens to derail the burial with a bad case of intestinal trouble; Ray Bud finds that "Daddy Bud" has a valuable lesson to teach them all before they lower him into the ground!
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