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Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! Not Easily Broken It Has Meaning This Movie. Jakes previous novel Women Thou Art Loosed was adapted into an impressive film, five years and his follow up film Not Easily Broken is just as good. Henson whose marriage is crisis.

After a car accident, injurers Henson's character things only get worse and their marriage but more importantly their faith is tested. I watched the film with my wife. It was a treat to discuss the film with her on the way out of the theater to our car. And during the ride home we came to understand a little more about each other. The acting considering the religious material is first rate, Morris Chestnut displays the same leading man charm he always does and fresh off her Oscar Worthy turn in Benjamin Button, Henson does wonders.

Jenifer Lewis steals every scenes he's in as the mother-in-law, and Kevin Hart provides tons of comic relief as a life long friend to Chestnut' s character. Not Easily Brokenis the kind of film that most critics will tear apart. It could be there lack of familiarity for most critics when it comes to the gospel genre. While Winslet's character differs slightly from Henson's in Not Easily Broken both give performances that any women single or married can relate to.

While Not Easily Broken does have an overlapping religious theme, anyone no matter what your religious beliefs willing to give this film a chance will be pleasantly surprised. Morris Chestnut, Taraji P. Was this review helpful?

Sign in to vote. Focuses on God and marriage, so will not be for every viewer. TxMike 13 June The IMDb rating average for this movie doesn't help much. So many "1" votes from haters and "10" votes from lovers make it unrealistic. But remove those and the remaining votes cluster around "7" which comes closer to estimating its quality relative to other movies. Based on a book by T. Jakes who also has a role here the title comes from the concept that in a marriage there is an invisible cord loop, not easily broken, which represents God in the relationship.

Further, if the partners attempt to live their lives without involving God then they will have difficulty remaining happy. So, immediately most agnostics and atheists will object to the content. Further many fallen-away religious viewers will also object. And finally, since it is a mostly black cast focusing mostly on a black couple and her mom, that will further turn off many viewers who still think movie themes with black actors are not interesting.

In spite of all these things against it, "Not Easily Broken" has been enjoyed by a good cross-section of viewers, and is a pretty well made movie. Henson is his wife Clarice Clark. After opening with their wedding perhaps 15 years earlier, we see them in modern times, not totally happy. He spends a lot of his spare time coaching young boys, partly because she still doesn't want children because she is too busy furthering her career. While driving someplace and she non-stop bad-mouthing him yet again, they get broadsided by a pickup truck, she almost dies but has to endure a lot of P.

Jenifer Lewis as her mom Mary 'Mama' Clark moves in to help but she inserts herself too much into their lives and ends up trying to kick Dave out of his own house. There is a side story about a young swimmer and his mom but that is not integral to the resolution of the story, which requires the couple to return to their religious orientation to gain their happiness again, and to move forward to establish their own family..

People should judge this movie on it's message and not their own personal beliefs. The message of the story was to remain faithful in a marriage, to keep God central in it, to be strong enough to say you were wrong and strong enough to walk away from those who give wrong counsel regardless of who they are.

It doesn't mean you don't love the person. It also shows how to get proper counsel or at least to be strong enough to seek it out.

As for violence etc. People do not live wrapped in cotton wool, not exposed to the hardships and wrongs in this world. If people are not exposed to that which is bad and wrong, how then can they recognise something right and good?

I am proud to call myself a Christian however I live in the real world and know it's not all sanitised. Some people should travel outside their own little world. I have been exposed to the other side but I still know and love my maker! That stuff will not make someone go bad. Hope you enjoy it!

Sorry for the rant but some reviews were not reviews they were used as an opportunity to preach. Enjoy the movie and judge for yourself! It's made to appeal to all and in a way the viewer does not feel preached to. Ten years into a marriage a couple finds itself floundering. She is an up and coming Real estate star and he is a former athlete who has his own business. As she becomes more successful he begins a drift towards an affair.

Good little drama is solid entertainment. Better than many recent films of a similar sort this works because the characters are real people thanks to a very good cast and some good writing that allows the cast to do something other than be just props to be moved around. While it may not win any awards and is more than likely to get lost on the DVD shelves of Blockbuster this film is worth a look. This movie was truly touching! I saw so much that could be learned regarding marriage and family.

The leading characters really played their parts well. I often felt bad for Morris's character because "Clarice" was a trip. I'm thankful for movies like these and would love to see more. My eyes welled up at different parts and the story line was not as predictable as I thought it was going to be. I recommend this movie for any and everybody that want to see a real picture of marriage and how different things can come in and douse whatever flame a married couple once had.

Thank you TD Jakes for making such a hearty movie. I look forward to seeing more like these! Not your typically story line. This is a must see for all couples and especially married couples. I liked the fact that it gave you another perspective on how some marriages get in trouble.

This was not the typically man bashing movie. We need more movies that show several different experiences in relationships instead of the same ole he cheated or he abused her My husband also thought this was not the typically couples movie so I think men and women would like this one. I was glad to see Morris C. This movie didn't get the credit it deserved by most papers. I wanted support the movie because I am a big fan of T. I went with a sibling who was also skeptical about the film because of the lack of buzz around it.

We thoroughly enjoyed the film as did the rest of the audience. We are still talking about it. Morris Chestnut and Taraji Henson did a great job with their roles. Do not go by the reviews, go and see this movie for yourself - you will not be disappointed! This movie was terrific! Great plot, subplot, writing and acting. Worth the money and would see again. Gender nor race matters when viewing this movie, everyone can relate to the family relationships, friendships, etc.

The religious aspect keeps being mentioned when describing this movie but it wasn't over the top or preachy, just real. This movie is great for girls night out, date night or family viewing. The messages can touch anyone. We laughed, cried, said I know that's right, you name it, we experienced the emotion. There aren't very many movies anymore that make you laugh, cry, relate to the people around you and keep you discussing it hours later but "Not Easily Broken" does all of this and more.

Deserves much more attention than it will probably receive. While the film was engaging on many levels, I kept wondering what was not sitting right with me. The more I thought about it, I realized that the male lead in this film was painted as a long-suffering, perfect mate while his wife was the nagging, negligent, career driven failure.

The turning point in the film and their marriage was when the female lead approached her husband and apologized for the failures in their marriage. While she had a lot to be sorry for, I've never seen such a one sided marriage in real life. Really, couldn't there be ONE thing the husband could be working on in the marriage?

It's VERY unrealistic for such perfection in a human being. Not that men couldn't not do a good job, but this is clearly an example where there was no female input to add balance to the story. On so many levels, it's very unrealistic if not just downright disturbing.

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It is far worse to end up short of cash with no credit card option. If you do use your credit card, check the online statement at least once a week while traveling to make sure there are no fraudulent charges. Keep all your receipts, especially for large purchases such as hotel stays, and compare the amounts charged when you get back. Once in a great while, someone at the airport will want to see proof of all your foreign exchanges.

In fact, some currency exchange shops will no longer accept dollars! Travel with a stock of Euros to complement your dollars. The exceptions to this rule include some countries in Africa and Latin America that still use the dollar as their primary currency, and any country that has had a recent war.

If you have reason to be concerned about safety, take the official taxi. Never assume that your taxi driver knows where your destination is. You should not try to get a better deal nor should you accept any increase in the fare from the driver after the journey has started. If you have a dispute with a taxi driver and you think you are being taken advantage of, offer to call the police and have them settle it.

Many taxi drivers are scared of the police, and often for good reason see below. If they are being dishonest and you mention the police, they will quickly back down.

The police are not always your friends. Sad but true—in a lot of places in the world, the services of the police are sold to the highest bidder. Therefore, if you can pay them, they may turn out to be your friends… but in other cases, they may actually be the least trustworthy people in the country.

When you feel pressured beyond your comfort level by someone who tries to follow you, be polite but increasingly firm. If they keep following you, tell them to stop. When it comes to visas and all immigration issues , your experience will vary from place to place.

The rules are flexible in most places, and sometimes they will work in your favor and sometimes they will work against you. All plane tickets are changeable no matter what is written on them, and any fees for changing can be waived with the right airline agent.

You have a few options for making this happen: Round-the-World tickets are the best bargains for extensive international travel. I use and recommend both the Star Alliance and the OneWorld products. Each have their advantages. Most people flying Business Class are not paying full-fare. A high percentage of them on most flights are using awards tickets, special tickets, or have upgraded from Economy. Flying in premium cabins can help you in more ways than just being comfortable on long flights, because the tickets can almost always be changed or refunded without penalty.

First Class is nice too, but the difference between First and Business is rarely as great as the difference between Business and Economy. In some places, buses are better than trains for overland travel… in other places, trains are better than buses.

Check out the options before you go to make the best decision for each place. The concept of personal space means very different things in different countries. You kind of have to get used to that. Like it or not, you have to be somewhat tolerant of smoking. Unless you can be very discreet, never take photos of people without asking. If they do say yes, you may find yourselves indebted to them for a gift or other favor.

Never touch members of the opposite sex. In several cultures, this is disrespectful or otherwise inappropriate. Both of these are highly provocative in some places.

Be prepared to represent your country , whether you care about politics or not. For better or worse, many people will expect you to know a lot about politics in your home country and how governmental decisions in one country affect the lives of people thousands of miles away.

No matter who you are talking to, never say anything negative about the government of the country you are in. Many rogue states, from Zimbabwe to Iran to North Korea, employ English-speaking spies who will deliberately try to incite foreign visitors into saying something incriminating.

A friend of mine went to North Korea and found an extensive tape recording system in his hotel room. Obviously, each place you go to will offer unique challenges, but following this list will get you off to a good start. My views on medical tourism are rather mixed.

I had one friend who received heart surgery in India with no complaints. Anyhow, nice Article on health travel. Facial expressions can be very important to communicating. Sometimes it might even be helpful to exaggerate your facial expressions in order to communicate a point. A smile goes a very long way. I was in Greece and was given a cough syrup which contained ephedra banned in the US for causing heart attacks and codeine, same medicine both drug components!

Always take your own medicine, foreign pharmacies are always very difficult to navigate. The best medicine is the U. Once I was walking in the streets of Beijing when I came across a young child trying to sell some obviously handmade trinkits.

Her prices were very cheap and yet there was a large American man standing over her trying angrily to haggle her down even lower. Later, when I was leaving, I was at the Beijing airport. This is the worlds largest airport and yet even from a considerable distance I could hear an American woman shouting at someone in one of the little stores demanding a cheaper price. This time I followed her voice until I finally found her. I said nothing but the look I gave her stopped her in her tracks.

Please remember that everyone deserves to be treated with respect. In foreign countries, you can save a lot of money by eating where the everyday people eat. You can read of our journey at familyonbikes. Be careful getting malarial drugs and antibiotics in some African countries. They are cheaper, but in my experience they are sometimes expired or of poor quality or even fake! As people have pointed out, medicine can be a two edged blade sometimes and for the extra cost it may make the difference between a ruined trip due to even some milder symptoms of poor medication which is possible, like diarrhea, or much much worse.

I have lived abroad, and in a first world country Japan and although there medicine is of a very high standard, certain things like hay fever medicine etc are of severely diluted strength, and can be difficult to find there, which could make a trip problematic.

As far as the person in one comment getting mad at a fellow tourist trying to haggle a lot, this too can be a two edged sword. However, in some ways haggling is something that is done in foreign countries and on certain items you are definitely getting screwed over unless you do haggle. There are some good tips in this article Chris. Medical services in North America, Western Europe, and Japan are the best around and for very good reason. The quality of the education, the standards and legal requirements, and the availability of the best technology eclipses that of other nations.

Although you may find good resources at medical tourism boutiques, significant research is needed to establish that they are trustworthy with your health. You could end up in real trouble if you experience complications beyond their skills.

Keep your cool, take your time, understand and respect that there are other ways of doing things. Very good point on taxi drivers not always knowing how to get somewhere!

Also, if you are trying to get to a little known location, try to find out the name of a well known destination or landmark nearby, and have the driver take you there instead. Keep up the good work! I find the dollar in free fall in value. In many countries Thailand, China,Japan,etc I buy extra local currency to use on the next trip as the exchange rate for USD will have deteriorated. The rate now is I wear a Canadian Maple Leaf lapel pin and if asked claim to be from Etobicoke that is a part of Toronto.

Mostly because I have yet to meet someone who holds Canada in the low regard they have for America. I will admit that I am ashamed of what the U.

If not, and you really want the item, take the higher price. Not the best way to represent yourself, or your country. Medicines can be dodgy in some parts of the world, but find a good local pharmacy and you should be OK. In many parts the locals have got to buy their medication over the counter and can therefore do so for a lot of things only available by prescription in the UK and US.

The hypochondriac guy complaining about cough syrup in Greece takes the biscuit though, none of them work regardless of ingredients! Pseudoephidrine and codeine are legal in most countries and are a must for a bad dose of sinusitis.

It should be an eventful couple years, and i thank you for some of those tips. Add more if you can! On the topic of keeping abreast of how the U. Several years ago, a friend and I were in Greece and there was a bit of back and forth between the U.

We never heard about it in the U. My friend and I were strolling along Sophia Boulevard in Athens foreign embassy row and we noticed it had become weirdly deserted. Next thing we knew, a LARGE shouting mob of protesters with anti-American signs rounded a corner and were bearing down on us, sending automobiles fleeing before them. The police just stood there impassively watching, while my friend and I barely had time to duck into a side street and hide out in a church courtyard until the march was well and gone.

I would like to think not. Hi i like your site and i enjoyed everything i read. I got malaria medication a lot cheaper in Ghana than in Atlanta. I think that I had to start the doses before I left, though.

The medication in some parts of Africa may be old. I lived in Ghana Tema and Accra for several months back in It is definitely one of my favorite African countries. Thanks for keeping the discussion going. Please share this article with your friends if you found it useful. Nice insights… practically true. You can never be too ready for traveling but you can at least be prepared.

What term s do you use to refer to the people who live somewhere as opposed to travellers? Moldovans, Sierra Leonians, etc. But I do realize that can be a bit awkward or tiresome in common traveler speech. It is not a pejorative in itself, but since it can be used that way I try to stay clear of it when possible. I am just returning from a 5 week stay in Spain — Barcelona and Madrid. I was pickpocketed in Barcelona, and my wife had her purse stolen in Madrid.

You mention that you travel with a lot of cash. How do you protect your cash? Have you ever had any experiences with being robbed? How do you deal with it? We had lots of troubles canceling credit cards, getting new passports etc.

Not to mention the added expense of losing all that cash. It is a hard psychological blow too. Now I am a bit nervous about traveling. Any tips or thoughts would be welcome. Also reading parts of your tips for a non conformist life. I just came back from a week trip around eastern europe and everything was fine.

I kept half of the important documentation in the room, half with me. Always keep pockets and zips on the front, and take special care when there are many people around. I most of the times look around first to check any suspicious people. Pickpocketers are a known issue in Barcelona.

Lots of great advice. Chris, these are really great tips for traveling to other countries. The left hand is used to clean yourself when you go to the bathroom. Most Indian style bathrooms have a faucet, bucket and dipper instead of toilet paper.

It can get confusing sometimes. When the price is higher than you want to pay, you either accept the closest price you can get to what you want to pay or you walk away. You do have to be firm when you say no. The bus driver almost had to remove him from the bus.

I also had a man put a bracelet on me as I am telling them no. I took the bracelet off and laid it on the edge of his table as I walked away. India is a hard land and a wonderful place to visit if you can handle the poverty. Being from the USA, I had no idea what real poverty looked like. The land can be harsh and unforgiving but the people I very quickly grew to love. I have been to southern India 3 times since This blog is awesome!!

I have just recently discovered my love of traveling but for now it is very limited because of financial reasons. So far my travels have been in urban areas though. How I would love to just take the semester off and travel around Europe and the Middle East! Do you have any tips for extremely cheap but safe travel? The medicine in other countries is generally cheaper because we pay for a lot of the research here in the United States.

Places like Cuba do not. It also means that the medicine in other countries is not to be mistrusted. But do try to be careful…look at what the product is before ingesting it, and if you have any questions, contact a apoteker you trust. Nothing slows down a fun vacation than having to try to find an ATM or bank while looking at tourist sites.

Good List — We have been traveling for over 25 years and although the internet has made many things easier and more accessible, people in general have not changed. If you carry lots of cash which we do split it into several areas — some in a zippered wallet in a zippered pocket for the days expenses, some in a money belt or pouch under your clothes and a desperate stash in your shoes or hideaway socks with a zipper.

The most important thing is to pay attention to your surroundings! I cannot believe how many times I have seen women hang their purse on the back of a chair, men pull out a wad of cash to pay for something, etc.

Pickpocketing can happen anywhere including any big city in the USA. Of course, the days cash was completely gone before they got the wallet and the 1 credit card was canceled immediately. A little hassle but nothing to ruin a trip.

I finally found this article on here — I really loved it. I lived in Koh Samui, Thailand for two separate stints. After a motorbike accident the first time I trusted the hospitals enough to have my first child there and loved it. The prenatal care was up to very high standards and for my daughters birth a total of five doctors were in attendance. My ceasarean was sewn up by a plastic surgeon and the nurses were so fixated on my daughter I had trouble seeing her at first.

Meanwhile the private room was the size of a small apartment and overlooked a private garden. It looked like someplace that movie stars might go for drug rehab. Total cost of labor induction my daughter was 10 days past due , emergency ceasarean, first shots, five day hospital stay and postnatal care?

For health stuff, I have found this book invaluable — Travelling Well. The medication is expensive not because of the research but thanks to the organized pharmaceutical mafia, which has the greatest lobbyist power on Earth. Why do Americans have to pay fourfold price on the medication?

I order my allergy medication from Canada and half of them are OTC there, which makes sense. I still pay a quarter of US price, including shipment! I happened to get very complicated appendectomy done in Cyprus. Two consecutive surgeries, extra surgeons called in, two weeks stay in a private hospital, in a private room, round the clock care, nurses and what not.

The bill rolled out to my traveling insurance? This is a great post. There is a side story about a young swimmer and his mom but that is not integral to the resolution of the story, which requires the couple to return to their religious orientation to gain their happiness again, and to move forward to establish their own family.. People should judge this movie on it's message and not their own personal beliefs.

The message of the story was to remain faithful in a marriage, to keep God central in it, to be strong enough to say you were wrong and strong enough to walk away from those who give wrong counsel regardless of who they are.

It doesn't mean you don't love the person. It also shows how to get proper counsel or at least to be strong enough to seek it out. As for violence etc. People do not live wrapped in cotton wool, not exposed to the hardships and wrongs in this world. If people are not exposed to that which is bad and wrong, how then can they recognise something right and good?

I am proud to call myself a Christian however I live in the real world and know it's not all sanitised. Some people should travel outside their own little world. I have been exposed to the other side but I still know and love my maker! That stuff will not make someone go bad. Hope you enjoy it! Sorry for the rant but some reviews were not reviews they were used as an opportunity to preach. Enjoy the movie and judge for yourself! It's made to appeal to all and in a way the viewer does not feel preached to.

Ten years into a marriage a couple finds itself floundering. She is an up and coming Real estate star and he is a former athlete who has his own business.

As she becomes more successful he begins a drift towards an affair. Good little drama is solid entertainment. Better than many recent films of a similar sort this works because the characters are real people thanks to a very good cast and some good writing that allows the cast to do something other than be just props to be moved around. While it may not win any awards and is more than likely to get lost on the DVD shelves of Blockbuster this film is worth a look. This movie was truly touching!

I saw so much that could be learned regarding marriage and family. The leading characters really played their parts well. I often felt bad for Morris's character because "Clarice" was a trip. I'm thankful for movies like these and would love to see more. My eyes welled up at different parts and the story line was not as predictable as I thought it was going to be. I recommend this movie for any and everybody that want to see a real picture of marriage and how different things can come in and douse whatever flame a married couple once had.

Thank you TD Jakes for making such a hearty movie. I look forward to seeing more like these! Not your typically story line. This is a must see for all couples and especially married couples. I liked the fact that it gave you another perspective on how some marriages get in trouble.

This was not the typically man bashing movie. We need more movies that show several different experiences in relationships instead of the same ole he cheated or he abused her My husband also thought this was not the typically couples movie so I think men and women would like this one.

I was glad to see Morris C. This movie didn't get the credit it deserved by most papers. I wanted support the movie because I am a big fan of T. I went with a sibling who was also skeptical about the film because of the lack of buzz around it. We thoroughly enjoyed the film as did the rest of the audience.

We are still talking about it. Morris Chestnut and Taraji Henson did a great job with their roles. Do not go by the reviews, go and see this movie for yourself - you will not be disappointed! This movie was terrific!

Great plot, subplot, writing and acting. Worth the money and would see again. Gender nor race matters when viewing this movie, everyone can relate to the family relationships, friendships, etc. The religious aspect keeps being mentioned when describing this movie but it wasn't over the top or preachy, just real.

This movie is great for girls night out, date night or family viewing. The messages can touch anyone. We laughed, cried, said I know that's right, you name it, we experienced the emotion. There aren't very many movies anymore that make you laugh, cry, relate to the people around you and keep you discussing it hours later but "Not Easily Broken" does all of this and more.

Deserves much more attention than it will probably receive. While the film was engaging on many levels, I kept wondering what was not sitting right with me. The more I thought about it, I realized that the male lead in this film was painted as a long-suffering, perfect mate while his wife was the nagging, negligent, career driven failure.

The turning point in the film and their marriage was when the female lead approached her husband and apologized for the failures in their marriage.

While she had a lot to be sorry for, I've never seen such a one sided marriage in real life. Really, couldn't there be ONE thing the husband could be working on in the marriage?

It's VERY unrealistic for such perfection in a human being. Not that men couldn't not do a good job, but this is clearly an example where there was no female input to add balance to the story. On so many levels, it's very unrealistic if not just downright disturbing. I watch movies for their entertainment value in the sense of keeping me engaged in its world and its story. I do not care if it reinforces my political, religious, or cultural beliefs.

I recognize that is not true of everybody, and that's okay also. I just wanted to provide context. At its core, Not Easily Broken is the story of a marriage that undergoes various tests and stresses from many directions. There is tragedy, heartbreak, and hidden agendas along the way. In other words, this is what we used to call a classic "sudser" or adult soap opera. Others here refer to her as a one-dimensional harridan but I think nothing could be further than the truth.

My wife and I cared about their marriage because she was conveyed well but subtly that she was balancing different instincts and being pulled in different directions and was searching for but not finding a moral compass. And yes, this really is where belief in God can make a positive difference in real people's lives whether he "really exists" or not and frequently does. This was also well conveyed extremely well by this talented actor.

Jenifer Lewis was magnificent as her interfering mother who also was not without her redemptive qualities but could not overcome the damage she had sustained. In many ways, their roles were much tougher than that of the sympathetic Maeve Quinlan or co-Executive Producer and star Morris Chestnut. I've always thought it easier for an actor to convey empathy and understanding for a sympathetic character than a nasty one. Not that both were not terrific in their performances.

I was unfamiliar with Ms. Quinlan but she truly impressed. I've adored Albert Hall since his performance in Apocalypse Now. He does a convincing job here as the minister but I would have loved to have seen more from him. Morris Chestnut who portrays lead character Dave, the narrator of the film, obviously, is a terrific and increasingly accomplished actor. He was also co-producer of the film.

I do not know to what extent he was involved in the messaging aspect of this movie or to what extent the Jakes' novel I've not read any of them but have seen two other movies based on his works focused on the relationship between women and men "being turned upside down" in today's world. In many ways, this plays a bigger role in the film's apparent raison d'etre than its message of getting back in touch with God - which is universal in these movies.

As an ardent feminist, I am personally very uncomfortable with this point of view. But as said, I enjoy the movie on its entertainment value on its own terms. In its principal illustration, Not Easily Broken attempts to show that an imbalance can be created when an independent woman uses money or some other artificial barometer as a means for controlling the marriage and the household and demeaning her husband whom she has convinced herself she does not really need. As it turns out, she has been indoctrinated by her mother's negative experiences and anger.

The minister helps bring her closer to God and realize the importance of not letting their marriage be torn asunder. Dave Morris Chestnut persuades her that their marriage must be more of a partnership. Voila, a woman who had put her career in front of the inconvenience and loss of independence she perceived in having a child is now thrilled that she is pregnant.

Okay, I've known couples like that - unfortunately, that solution in all 3 of those cases ultimately led to divorce. But, that's just 3 cases and makes Dave's viewpoint no less valid or at least somewhat defensible by a reasonable person.

There was a scene that did bother me a lot - and maybe I'm just being defensive because I am just like Kevin Hart's character in that he happily allows his wife to make all decision because he says, "Happy wife equals happy life.

I thought it was especially odious when his wife threw him out because not only did he have no backbone and no independent opinions, but because he has small feet wink, wink. Talk about judgmental about what constitutes manhood! Then again, not only was I actively engaged in the movie, but it also provoked enough thought from me afterward to compel me to write this lengthy review.

It also made me cry when Maeve Quinlan's son dies - which according to the movie's scorn for Kevin Hart's character must also be "unmanly. They did and even made me think. My friend Courtney went to see this movie with me. Here is what she thinks about it. I was surprised to find I really liked this movie. I found myself watching it and thinking, "Gee this is predictable" and all the time I was laughing and crying along with the characters.

The actors are quite engaging and charming. The movie delighted me in spite of the somewhat corny plot. Morris Chestnut deserves to get a role in a higher profile movie than this. I have been waiting for him to get a break out role in a big Hollywood blockbuster. He is under appreciated. Dear Bill Duke, I would like to thank you on behalf of real brothers that exist in the world. I enjoyed and was encouraged as a man by viewing this film.

As a local filmmaker, I'm going to promote this film as a must see for real men and women in my local Cleveland community. I'll continue to prove that there are still real men of integrity, honor, and trust. Thank you again for painting another picture of real issues and struggles that plague the good men of our society. Much success in all our your endeavors! A good and honest life is a blessed memorial, Henson , who seems to possess no redeeming qualities except two mungus ta-tas - but that ain't no reason to be married to the bitch.

Apparently, the knotted rope the priest entwined around their bodies when he declared them married signified God had something to do with the state contract, so - like all good christians - Dave and Screechy FEAR what might happen were they to break that bond.

Subplots abound, as Screechy winds up in hospital after a great, realistic car accident that actually shuts her mouth mid-screech; the MILF's son dies in a swimming pool accident pretty gruesome stuff for a minor character, only for the sake of leaving her vulnerable to Dave ; Kevin Hart provides a few laughs as Dave's Crazy Black Dude friend and Eddie Cibrian is the Token White Dude friend.

But nothing on heaven or earth will deter this film from irrationally, non-believably reconciling Screechy with Dave - because what God has bound together is supposedly Not Easily Broken. And the black Christian folk cheer at the screen - and go home to their listless, loveless marriages Not Easily Broken is adapted from Jakes' novel about a couple working their way through marital strife.

It is unspeakably naff, unintentionally funny and unapologetically Christian. Judged on its own terms, it's a resounding success. But for non-believers it will likely prove a living purgatory. The title is taken from the Old Testament you were expecting the Bhagavad Gita? The knot can be undone, of course, but it is not easily broken - hey! Although most marriages are probably more like a round turn and two half hitches.

She's an estate agent; he's a little league coach. He wants kids; she wants to delay having children to climb the career ladder. They're pulling in different directions. Then bad stuff happens. You know something grim is coming up, because during their wedding flashback Bishop Wilkes Albert Hall warns them, "Life is going to try and knock you down.

Another slice of cake? After a car crash leaves Clarice's legs mangled, her harpie mother Jenifer Lewis blames Dave for the accident and moves in to help look after her - driving Dave into the arms of Julie Maeve Quinlan , his wife's physiotherapist and a single mom.

A white single mom. You know the kind of white Heinrich Himmler had in mind when he started that whole Lebensborn programme?

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