Diary of a Mad Black Woman - The Play

Diary of a Mad Black Woman - The Play

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Cast: Tyler Perry

     
 

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Experience the origins of playwright/actor Tyler Perry's number-one box-office smash in this filmed performance of the original stage hit. Featuring none other than Perry himself in the dual roles of Daddy Charles and Madea, this comic tale of love lost and life reclaimed is sure to warm the soul as it tickles your funny bone. When successful attorney Charles McCarter…  See more details below

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Experience the origins of playwright/actor Tyler Perry's number-one box-office smash in this filmed performance of the original stage hit. Featuring none other than Perry himself in the dual roles of Daddy Charles and Madea, this comic tale of love lost and life reclaimed is sure to warm the soul as it tickles your funny bone. When successful attorney Charles McCarter files for divorce from his wife, Helen, after a lengthy marriage so that he can marry another woman, Helen's hopes of continuing to live the American dream are shattered. Though the devastation of her failed marriage leaves Helen doubtful about her future, a little help from reefer-loving, gun-toting granny Madea (Perry) goes a long way in raising her spirits and showing her that she has yet to enjoy the best years of her life.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/26/2005
UPC:
0031398186731
Original Release:
2001
Rating:
NR
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Time:
2:10:00
Sales rank:
21,407

Special Features

Closed Caption; 4x3 full screen version; Newly remastered picture and audio; Introduction by Tyler Perry himself; Selected scene commentary with Tyler Perry; Photo gallery

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Diary of a Mad Black Woman: The Play
1. Pauline [4:05]
2. Girl Talk [4:52]
3. Mama Knows Best [4:45]
4. Not Happy [5:01]
5. Innocent Game of Cards [4:09]
6. Getting Old [5:26]
7. Caught Red-Handed [4:27]
8. Another Woman [4:13]
9. Package Arrives [4:39]
10. Daddy's Advice [3:31]
11. Bruised [3:42]
12. Anniversary [4:29]
13. Cry From the Heart [3:26]
14. He Owes [4:14]
15. A Lot of Nerve [4:40]
16. Believe [5:45]
17. Delivery Time [2:22]
18. Lesson Learned [5:14]
19. Welcome Home [3:55]
20. Payback [4:22]
21. Listen [1:29]
22. Shower [2:26]
23. Christ-Like [8:27]
24. Proposition [5:17]
25. Miracles Happen [4:00]
26. Two Can Play That Game [4:56]
27. Reconcile [7:46]
28. Credits/Cast Call [8:51]

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Diary of a Mad Black Woman - The Play 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
If you need uplifting inspiration, this movie is it. The movie critics panned the movie but it was obvious they had no concept of black families or having a grandmother like in the movie. The music is inspiring too and the whole movie reminds us to look to God and he will help us heal and go on. Great movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It's about time we saw BLACK love portrayed with such charm and compassion AND with such beautiful BLACK actors on the big screen! Thumbs up to Tyler Perry and the casting crew - a beautiful blend of great story telling and great acting. The story was very much like the stage play (but I like the ending of the movie better!) Madea was in rare form, but if you can understand the difference in stage acting and acting in front of the camera, you will find a great appreciation for both mediums - the stage play AND the movie. I hope Hollywood has taken note that Black Writers and Black Actors can contribute more in this arena than just movies of crime!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago