Diary of a Mad Black Woman Reviews
DIARY OF A MAD BLACK WOMAN so clearly wants to be a melodrama about the struggles of the modern black woman (with the incredibly talented Kimberly Elise at the center of it all), but it also desperately claws at slapstick comedy that works on its own, but crowds an otherwise strong narrative. This thing is the Frankenstein's monster of drama-comedies. It's roughly assembled parts of other movies that successfully comes to life, only to meander confused and frightened.
(Full review coming soon)