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I remember when Rocky hit theaters…Wow! You remember that? Don't act like you're too young to remember.  Well, the Rocky movie for 2011 is WARRIOR. It opens Friday and IT’S CRAZY GOOD. Check it out and lets chat about it. Talk soon.

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  • Barbara Youmans Shalimar ,Fl. 32579

    Hi Mr. Tyler, The Movie Good Deeds, brought out a part of my life. The part that make me realize I cannot live for my family. I need to start following my dreams. Also enjoy my life. Thank you so much for making another good movie. Keep up the good work. In April , I will take the trip to Atlanta to see the play. I know this will be the best way to celebrate my birthday. I would love to take a tour of your studio. Please e-mail me and let me know how I can do this. May God Bless you and your staff. Love Barbara

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  • noreen johnson las vegas nv

    no i having

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  • Albert Florida

    Hey Tyler, I checked out WARRIOR myself over the Christmas break and I totally agree. It was truly one of the best dramas of the year and it helps that I am a martial arts film fan. Tom Hardy, Joel Edgerton, and Nick Nolte gave some of their best performances and Hardy and Edgerton really gave it their all in the MMA scenes. I even gave it a high rating on the website KungFuCinema.com. I personally would recommend WARRIOR to anyone who wants to watch martial arts films.

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  • lin & laylay waterloo iowa

    we would love itt if u would bring a play of yours 2 us thank u

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  • Kennedi Walker Louisiana

    Hello Mr. Tyler. I'm so sorry to hear about your mother passing away. My godmother just passes away In August and it's been hard on the family. Especially for my mom - that was her identical twin sister. My Name is Kennedi Walker and I would love to work with you. You inspire me everyday to go make something of myself. I am a 14 year old full time student. (Even though I'm 14 i look like im 9 so i can play rolls for yohnger people- but dont worry i act like im 14) When I grow up my long term dream is to be a talk show host but I would also like to work in movies and tv shows. I have wanted this since I was 8 years old and I am tired of waiting for someone to just come to me and ask me to be in something that they are making. So I am taking the first step by writing this to you. I know this is a little crazy of me asking you this because I'm pretty sure millions of people ask you this daily and you're probably so caught up in your work but I just had to try it. In the past I have done things such as modeling for the American Girl Dolls and I've been in a commercial before. When it comes to school I'm all about the sports. I've done track and volleyball and soon I am going to do cheerleading...Unless I get a call from you of course :) I also took acting classes for two years. I know that I am just a kid and people always say " your to young to know what you want" but Mr. Perry I am DETERMINED to make this happen. Please please make this happen for me. I know I am going to make it big; I know in my heart that I'm going to be somebody. I want my name to be a household name; I want my own Barbie Doll, and you could help me. Oh and I'll mention your name when I get my first Oscar :) Even if you don't write me back thank you for giving me the opportunity to express myself. Kennedi Walker - Future Star

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  • Kathy Hain Philadelphia, Pa. 19128

    Dear Tyler, I just read your letter to me about being Thankful. Please accept my heartfelt feelings for the upcoming season and the difficulties you face since your Mom passed away. My Mom passes away when I was just 18 yrs. old and I know how you feel. I believe the Mother holds the family together and mine fell apart when she died. It has never been the same. I do thank God for all the beautiful people he has put into my life including you and I will pray that this season brings only good memories and joy for you. Thank you for emailing me. Respectfully, Kathy Hain

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  • Kathy Hain Philadelphia, Pa. 19128

    Dear Mr. Perry, I have watched your movies and laughed so hard I cried. I wanted to thank you for your inspiring email about how you helped a homeless woman get back on her feet. In todays world someone like you who doesn't forget their roots is seldom found. You continue to inspire me to be a better person and I hope someday to meet you and thank you in person. For now I will do it through this message. Thank you for showing us how to treat others through love & kindness. Respectfully, Kathy Hain

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  • janet Wichita

    Pull Kim and her family off the air. A 6 million dollar wedding and over in 72 days. That is an insult to yourself, the public, and your X husband. Put his family on,,,take yours off.

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  • kathy new york

    Hi Tyler, I just read that you are casting Kim Kardashian in one of your movies. Please Do Not! Many people look up to you and what you represent and she really does not fit that image. Please reconsider.

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  • bg OH

    you are so much fun, you make me laugh and that is pure joy

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  • Patrice Thomas Boise Idaho

    Hi Mr. Perry...I have a question for you. You speak about getting rid of toxic people in your life...what if that person is your twin sister? In August of this year I took my mom for whay was suppose to be a 45 minutes surgery...the doctor cut my mother's intestines...causing bowel leakage throughout her body...we almost lost her...but to God's merciful hand he spared her. Well when she finally came home after 3 weeks in the hospital...of which I spent every single day and night by her side...my sister took the phone calls from home to give our extemded family continuous updates...well when we came home...I thought she would take over and allow me to bounce back...and for a while she did...but 3 weeks after my mom came home my sister pulled her I need to be the center of attention routine...my mom asked her was she taking to much medicine...and my dear sister went off...today is November 1st...and she still hadn't lifted a finger to help...but my mom still feels like she needs to pacify her...what can

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    • Sharon #1568062

      Patrice, Stop looking for her to be you...do what you can for your mom....be thankful that you still have her.....accept your sister as she is.....just do you

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    • Barb Toronto, Ontario Canada #1572271

      My advice to you is enjoy every minute - even the tiring ones! I remember when my mom had stomach cancer I was living in Ontario, she in Newfoundland. I was never so happy to quit my job and go back home to do whatever she needed me to do. My dad was with her pretty much all the time, but I could spell him off and, being 24 at the time, was smart enough to speak to and with my mom about things - questions I wanted her to be able to answer for me. Love your sister, at a distance, and enjoy your time with your mother! When you get weary please remember that there are thousands and thousands of us cheering you on - people you don't know or who know you.... people who know how hard this must be for you... people who will have NO regrets for we did what we could. In this, remember that the other people are doing what they can - even though it's not the same as us! God Bless you and your mother.. and hopefully allow your sister to see what she is missing out on!

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  • Alphonso H. Holden Sr. Berlin, Md.

    Mr. Perry, I have a story that i need to tell, but i would only want to trust it to the dignity of your movie making talent please contact me at the given # at least to give me your opinion on this awful story, you need to hear it to understand . Thank You, A. H. Holden Sr.

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