Tyler Perry‘s latest moral fest I Can Do Bad All by Myself hits theaters next weekend, and for some odd reason I think may go see it. The film stars Oscar nominee Taraji P. Henson as the lead, with Perry in a supporting role as resident grandmother from hell, Madea. Based off the 1999 play written by Perry, the film adaptation of the story adds an interesting twist, not found in the stage production.
Get a peek at Henson and all of her self destruction in the trailer below…
As you can see, Henson’s character is a drunk lounge singer who’s had her fair share of personal problems. Besides her three juvenile delinquent family members, she’s having an affair with a married man, and her troubled past continues to her haunt her. Henson previously starred in Perry’s film The Family That Preys, so she’s no stranger to working with the director. I Can Do Bad All by Myself also features appearances by music legend Gladys Knight, and Adam Rodriguez from CBS’s CSI: Miami.
I think I might get suckered into seeing another one of Perry’s movies. They are a guilty pleasure of mine, and there’s always a moral to the story. Darn you Tyler, you’ve done it again! I Can Do Bad All by Myself hits theaters on September 11th.
Will you go see I Can Do Bad All by Myself when it debuts in theaters?