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Wow! These messages I'm reading about your experiences while seeing GOOD DEEDS are amazing to me.
 
I knew this movie was powerful and would speak to so many. Thank you. Life is so short and we have to live it to the fullest. That's the message I wanted people to take away from GOOD DEEDS. I also wanted to see that you not only enjoyed the movie but that you are taking steps to live your life to its fullest potential, which is so moving to me. I love when art inspires us to be our best. That's the only reason I do movies and plays. I want us to grow and prosper even as our souls prosper.

To all of you who went to the movies and saw GOOD DEEDS and to all of you who have encouraged many to go to the movies to see it, let me just say thank you.

If it wasn't for you, the bootleggers would have put me out of business a long time ago. I'm so grateful that you pay to see the movies. You are keeping a lot of people employed when you show up. Thanks again.

And If you haven't seen the movie, it's playing now in theaters across the country.

Only going to the theater counts.

God bless you. Speak soon,

Tyler

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  • Kimberly Oakland, CA

    I really enjoyed the movie Good Deeds, it made me look at things and people in a totally different way. It also allowed me to check myself about some things. By far I believe this is the best movie I really loved it. Thanx Tyler

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  • Charisse Davidson St. Louis, MO

    You knew we'd love it...you haven't failed us YET! God speed my friend GOD SPEED!

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  • Teresa Knoxville, TN

    Mr. Perry, WELL, what can I say? You've outdone yourself. I love seeing you in movies. Don't get me wrong I love Madea too, but I also love seeing you in a more serious role. My the LORD continue to bless you as you bring forth more movies featuring TYLER PERRY. I can't wait to see the movie "The Marriage Counselor". I loved the play and I know I will love the movie just as much.

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  • Abby London, Uk

    Mr. Perry it would be wonderful if you visited London with your plays am sure you would be sold out. Keep up the good work sir.

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  • Pink Diamond

    Mr. Perry, Thank you for giving us something to be proud of once again. You have brought such great quality movies, TV shows and plays for us to enjoy. Your presentation, attention to details and delivery of each project is magnificent. I loved your movie GOOD DEEDS, you have done it again. The Lord has created in you something special, continue to be a blessing to others through your projects and never stray away from the Lord stay focus on him . Your blessings are just beginning.

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  • Keith Henery Raleigh, NC

    I have worked your plays for years using my street resources (street teams) in conjunction with Bobby Brown out of Columbia SC...Im trying to break into the film business can you help me out? Keith Henery

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  • Lenise Scott Rockford,IL.

    I love all of your plays and your movies. I'm a big fan , I love for you to come to Rockford.Are you coming to Rockford?

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  • D New Jersey

    I have been so depressed with life in general. Within a two year time frame, I have lost a cousin and a great aunt. Then last August just before preparing to go on a family vacation like we normally do every year I got a call from my 11 year old daughter telling me that I needed to get home as fast as possible. My sister had past out on the floor and was not breathing. By the time I got home my 25 year old nephew was with her awaiting EMS. As soon as I looked at her, I knew that she was gone. They finally arrived to confirm that she had passed away. She was 46 years old and died of a heart attack. The most painful thing for me is to find out that my 6 year old daughter was with her when she fell and she went to get my 11 year old and my nephew from downstairs. I keep asking myself every day if I was home, would she still be here. My sister and I were so close that people use to say that we were husband and wife. We did everything together. The last movie that we saw together was your mvie "For Colored Girls". We also had custody of my 2 nephews so we were raising 4 kids together as a team. She was my right arm. I had to keep myself together for them. They are doing so much better and so was I until a few weeks ago I lost my mentor. He was major part of my life for the past 24 years. He hired me for my first banking position and mentored me until his death. To loose both of them so close together has been devastating. After seeing your movie you inspired me and brought me out of my depression. I have not had time to grieve for my sister because I have been so busy with the day to day and taking care of the kids. God is good and he truly does not give you more than you can handle. I have also done what was expected of me. I lost my mother whens she was only 50 and even though my sister was older than me everyone looked at me for everything. I know now that I have to live for me and to do what is best for me and my children. We are always afraid of what people might think. Well seeing this movie tought me to stop worrying about everybody else and think of my and the kids. This movie gave me what I needed to start making some decisions in my life. Some times you need a little push. I know now what I need to do. Thank you for making movies that are truly inspiring and that touch the hearts and souls of many. Life is a precious thing and we should make he most of every day. Continue to do what you do. I have realized more than ever that family comes first. You never know when they will be taken from you. It made me realize not to be afraid and take chances. You never know what is in shoe for you. Live life to the fullest and enjoy.

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  • Kimberly Kesler

    I would like to go and see it today. I didn't know if it was still in the movies. I don't want to have to wait to long before it comes out on DVD. I really heard good things about this movie, I just haven't had time to go to see it yet.

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  • Tracie Floyd oakland, ca.

    Good Deeds was one of the best...I love that movie...I cry,laugh,clapped...This movie gave me hope that one day my life maybe or could end up like that...I am very close to the chacter's situation..Therefore I saw myself...Thanks so much for bringing out such a great story line..I went to see this movie alone but I encourage everyone I know to see it!!!I

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  • Carried Away Port Arthur, TX

    My sister and I (38) went to see the movie and it was wonderful. We were all in tears at times, (even males in there 60's). I've been homeless before, with children and was too proud to let anyone know how bad it was. I knew I would lose my kids, too, if anyone found out, so I did what I had to do to get on my feet. I really enjoyed the movie, but I have to be critical on one thing. It burns me up to see movies that show women "doing bad" because their husband dies, because most (but not all) of them can government help. There are some of us that just fall into bad circumstances. You'd be surprised at how many women are homeless and/or hungry because they don't have enough money for a driver's license! Well, if you would like to hear some great stories that could spark up your creative side, please contact me.

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  • Angel

    Bravo! Good Deeds had me tearing up one moment and cheering the next. The way you put your thoughts onto paper, and then in motion is awesome. Thank you for your movies, thank you for sharing your talent. Everytime I see one of your movies,I get motivated and ralize that I, too, can one day can see my dream as a reality. You are such a postitve spirit... Don't ever feel you are not helping someone, even if it's only one, you have done your part. Marvelous.

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