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An overt desire to please often leaves Tillman relying on force-feeding techniques.
Soul Food aims to be a banquet of feelings, but mostly it serves up tripe.
The steaming platters of fried catfish, macaroni and cheese, sweet corn bread, and black-eyed peas that appear early and often in writer-director George Tillman Jr.'s sentimental family drama should be listed in the credits as costars.
Soul Food serves up family melodrama-cum-comedy that's tasty and satisfying, if not particularly profound or original.
Tillman is tremendously skilled at bridging the vast shifts in tone.
A hearty, old fashioned meal of a film.
As warm and funny as it is dramatic and emotionally involving, with fully-fleshed characters brought to life by the strong ensemble acting.
Your appetite may be blunted by the surfeit of syrup.
A messy, good-natured paean to the power of food and family to fix what ails you.
This story is right out of America's collective unconscious.
A glossy and generally praiseworthy melodrama by writer-director George Tillman.
Lively family comedy-drama, nicely served up
Awesome movie. For the food lovers. ;) This is a touching movie on family issues. One of my favorites.
It's all about family get together, no matter what...I don't care who you are...you have got to enjoy this one. Get this....it is maximum drama.
A great movie!
One of my family's favorite movies. Funny, dramatic, and full of heart. Goes to show that regardless of race, all families go through similar problems, but share a similar love as well.
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