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Sparks fly in the Hamptons when "regular guy" Wade Walker (Craig Robinson) crashes the preppy Peeples family reunion to ask for their precious daughter Grace's (Kerry Washington) hand in marriage.... View more >
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May 14, 2013
I tend to aviod Tyler Perry stuff and the reason why I'm seeing "Peeples" is that there is not much stuff out there right now. The theatre I went to has four screens of "Iron Man 3" three scrteen of "The Great Gatsby" and that theatre has onbly ten screens. "Peeples" is nothing more than a rop-off of "Meet the Parents," Even the situations in that movie came from that 2000 movie. Craig Robinson is the suitor who want to impress his girlfriend's parents and if you saw "Meet the Pareants" a good number of times, then you know the plot of the rest of the movie. I love Kerry Washington and after appearing in "Django Unchained" and TV's "Scandal," she didn't have to prove anything in this movie. The only good thing that came out of this movie is a lesbian couple. They're better than anyone else in this movie. So again, I walked away from a bad movie with something.
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