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  • Robert Skinner bradenton,FL #2183523 » Posted in: My online family

    Mr. Perry, My wife and I always tune in when we see a Tyler Perry " Madea" movie. You have developed a funny, endearing, caring and beautiful character. Please keep them coming. Madea's ability to resolve family issues is fun, serious and outright incredible. You present real life situations with plausible resolutions. We are a caucasian couple that see no difference in our race's issues that Madea resolves. All the best to you, thank you for such great entertainment and human experiences.

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  • Love Grows Here #2183522 » Posted in: My online family

    Heyyyy Tyler. Hope that you enjoyed the day! Let's start a "thread".

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    • yes i did United States #2183527

      And yes awe sweet yes looking great good to see..

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    • Love Grows Here #2183529

      TP???!!

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    • Ok I'm in whats on your mind.. #2183551

      You lead ill follow all respectful interaction welcomed.

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    • Love Grows Here #2183561

      Oh my, my! It's TP!! ok. You've cultivated an interesting niche in the film and television industry. Is there any "remake" you would do?

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    • No remakes.. #2183568

      All will be made anew.. We need our past to get to our future.

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    • That's when there was one.. #2183571

      Now there are two.. New and improved..

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    • Different world views.. #2183574

      Sense of self.. sense of knowing.. just inhale.. Lord I thank you for my Life..

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    • Love Grows Here #2183580

      Just saw the "Sidney Poitier" Raisin in the Son with my 17 year old. Quality. It's a book he chose for a school project and we decided to Youtube it so we could watch the movie version together. An era full of strength and a mix of issues. I'd forgotten about the movie. All anew and you do it very well. :) The "shoulders" and the strength that we stand on now...how do we keep weaving that thread?

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    • hello there i stop to eat something awe... #2183594

      Got a lot of admiration.there a person even ask to eat with me.i feels like i was on Angel.the admiration i got...both man on women. What on your mind for futurist.i like you alot.. But talking here is not specific or personal...so therefore....etching.!

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    • Aint got nothing better to do.. #2183595

      For God has showed us how to weave through.. for that is all we know to do.

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    • Love Grows Here #2183596

      ok. I hear you. Well spoken.

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    • good night sleepy #2183597

      Sweet sleep la okay later should BE home about9:30 landed.praying for a safe journey back.good night sleepy...

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    • Love Grows Here #2183623

      Good night.

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  • Toshiba Mississippi #2183517 » Posted in: My online family

    I am so sick and tired of people using God to justify their ignorance. First off, to all the small minded people, get off of your high horse. For you to even make a comment, you had to have sat and watched his plays our movies august some point in time. This makes you a judgemental hypocrite. Secondly, I honestly believe that mr. Tyler Perry has helped many of people since the beginning of his Productions. I know for a fact that I've had some self-reflection after watching his shows and I know they've helped me a lot. Mr. Perry continue to do God's work in the way that he has gifted you and thank you for not letting the Hypocrites the naysayers and everybody else who has gone against you stop you. If everything is the Perry was doing was so wrong and so against God, God would have given him the gift of finding ways to get God to the masses. So all you hypocrites, continue to watch his productions, you Marty actually learn something!

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  • valica maywood #2183514 » Posted in: My online family

    when is your next movie coming out

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  • Krystal Charlotte #2183508 » Posted in: My online family

    Dear Tyler Perry, Hi my name is Krystal. My whole life I dreamed I was an actress. I have lived the life of a local celebrity because of my awesome personality. My mom is a single mother of 10 all of which she has adopted. She devoted her life to make sure we had whatever we wanted. She put me thru 4 years of private college at Johnson & Wales University. My mom is now 75 years old I am 23. I love her with all my heart. Some people ask me what would I say to my parents if I ever met them and I simply said I would say thanks. The reason behind that is because if they didn't leave me to die in the trash at birth I would of never met my mom. She is the most caring and thoughtful lady I know and thats where I get my good heart from. My whole life has been dedicated to helping those in need . I started early at volunteering at my home church at the age of 10. I usually there about 7 days a week never really had a childhood but I loved it. In 2009 I received the first ever youth volunteer of the year at my church I was happy as can be. Watching your plays and movies really got me loving acting and doing what I do best entertaining people. If by any chance you need a new face in your productions please feel free to pick me it would make me the happiest person alive. Thank you and follow me on Instagram @kdotspellz

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    • Persais Purgatory #2183512

      Wish my daughter were as grateful to me as you are to your mom. But in time, she will be...(Can't hurry love; and wd have all etrnity to get it all figured out...).

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    • Darah Purgatory #2183519

      The hardest lesson to learn is to resist criticising the people we ought to pray for instead. Tell your daughter that one, and learn it for yourself too...

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    • Persais Purgatory #2183520

      Correct! But since children are not really our fellow pilgrims upon the earth nor either espoused to their parents in spirit, they owe us either their criticisms at adulthood and/or their prayers. Nothing more...

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  • Persais Purgatory #2183507 » Posted in: My online family

    I said to my daughter today: So, despite your reasonable misgivings for getting "stuck" w me for a mother growing up, would you pass me w a C minus or a D? To which she answered: Mom I cannot handle this right now. Please don't text me all night on this issue. Then I answered: Okay, well even if you gave me a D for Damnation, I would understand it as a temporary part of your process to preceed continued growth. My daughter and I were survivors of "system madness" and bearly came out of it alive, I told her. Don't know if she read that one. Good thing for parental instinct in keepin ungrateful children alive; ya gotta walk on egg shells w them, because if you don't they might go off the deep end even more. She's not on the right medication today or for the next couplebof weeks! Hope she stays alive until the 9th like that! At any rate landscaping is very therapeutic for the young adult child. I told her tbat when I pray, I pray that God and Our Lady help her remember tbe love tbat should bave always been as soft as an easy cbair. If you don't acknowledge this, tbey live w guilt and also self hatred that they don't know what to do with; whether or not we remain to survive the hard times w them. We have to admit to our failings, as our children point them out, and humbly apologise for tbem w due explanation. We cannot expect forgiveness in our own time, but only in theirs, which is unreasonable for this life. I do not forgive my mother, because she's not sorry or even open to admitting that her psychosis could have been running her mouth w out her consent after what she had been through herself. She's not even open to believing that she could have had multiple personalities taking her over and that she may have blocked everything out. She was posessed by a legion of demons from h*** most of the time. I don't want to have to hold it against ber for all eternity, but I refuse to allow myself the forgiveness owed her until she's facing herself in Purgatory. But I have shown my daughter my willingness to accept these possibilities of character, although she fails to acknowledge the good for right now. We cannot get credit for the good until we have been confronted by the Almighty.for the bad.

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    • Darah Purgatory #2183513

      Never let a child see how much they hurt you, never let them know you made sacrifices for them; they surely know. And never admit that these sacrifices are painful...(Don't do anything to make them feel unworthy of God's gift of life to them, or ever make them think they're in the way of yours. Its a matter of life and death a d a matter of good health or bad to keep it under the lid. Our children must survive us. Why do we think so? Because we didn't really survive our own parents and we'd not want our own children to lose so much respect for us that chatecising them will serve impossible. We want them w us in Heaven for all eternity.

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    • Persais Purgatory #2183516

      And remember tbat the commandment to honour our parents doesn't mean to be phoney and therefore complimentary or kind and careful w their feelings. Honoring parents means to tell them the truth about themsel es as you see it. A child that does this respects you and loves you enough to help you face what you've done, so that you may repent of it and hopefully.comes around to gently invite you to mutually grow. This experience has often happened; but don't think that because you've reconciled once or twice or even thrice that the same broken record of unforgi eness won't replay. It will, as its meant to until we are finally released from our Purgatories in the bereafter...

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    • Betania Massachusetts #2183518

      And yet, as Madea might advise if you don't start living your life for you by the child's age of twenty-eight or so, you're not a good example to the young adult child. Your child is punishing you partly because she feels guilty too; guilty just for being alive having sucked all the life out of you by mutually having to depend upon a history of what ya call "system madness".

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    • Persais #2183521

      And try to see God's commandments as promises instead of as dictates: If you remain close to me you will no longer wish to do these things that cause so much unhappiness here and in the bereafter.

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  • Debbie Aguero Lawrenceville Ga 30045 #2183506 » Posted in: My online family

    Dear Tyler, when I was young and owned an antique shop, I acquired an authentic yellow leather Gold Club jacket. It is in excellent condition, I used it to make my kids behave in school. How you ask ? I would put it on an threaten them that I would wear it to there schools in Gwinnett county. I still have it but I've been diagnosed with a serious illness and would like to sell it to help pay medical expenses. Perhaps maybe one of your buddies would be interested or you could make a movie spoof of the old Iconic Gold Club. Anyways my son can't help me he is a cop, but a nice one. He used to worl Clayton county and was friend with the cop that died on a no knock warrant. He suffered what they call the widow maker heart attack while going to the police acadamy. After double by pass at age 27 no county or city police would hire him except Clayton county. Anyways thanks for listening I can get pics to you. Of the Iconic shady Gold Club Jacket. Any offer considered. Thank you Debbie Aguero

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  • Linda miles Winston-Salem, NC #2183505 » Posted in: My online family

    Tyler; last night I received my Mother's Day present from my daughter, to see your play. I have always wanted to actually go to see you and your crew perform. Last night my request and wish came true. I enjoyed the play tremendously. But that's nothing new. I always enjoy anything that you are involved in. Tyler, please keep up the good work. Last night you said you started out doing this work for your mom. I know she's looking down on you and she is very proud of you. I waited for and prayed for you to come to Winston-Salem. It happened for me. My seat was awesome, front row. I told my daughter I could hardly believe that I was there. I feel that I was blessed to be in your presence. The special "Passion" was very good also. I, like some of the people that I saw during the special, cried. It was very moving and true. Thank you for all that you do. May God keep blessing you.m

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  • The "Queens" of Hearts Local Chapter - Red Hat Society #2183504 » Posted in: My online family

    Please advise. My Red Hat Chapter has made a special gift for Mr. Perry. We would like a good mailing list so we may forward our SURPRISE.

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  • Valarie Mcneace United States #2183502 » Posted in: My online family

    Hi Tyler, I'm Val and wanted to say Thank You! I recently became unemployed and ordered 4 of your plays and WOW! You r an amazing artist and writer! God has truly blessed you. Watching those plays inspired me to hold on to my God and family. You send out much love in your work and so much praise. During this brief interruption in my life I am at peace and embracing all the good! You r amazing! Thank You!

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  • Dulcie Sherrod Greenville, North Carolina #2183500 » Posted in: My online family

    Mr . Tyler Perry, I love all of your movie, I truly thank GOD for you, I wish that I can talk with you personal. And you will know what I I'm saying. You will understand as well, but if you can only take out of one of your busy schedule, or when you are free please please contact me so we can talk this is my phone number, and my email. Thank you for your time. GOD bless you

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  • Enreik Meridian Mississippi #2183495 » Posted in: My online family

    Hey my name is Enreik Hall jr. I'm very interested in acting, and hope to become a professional actor/model in my future. I have acted in a few stage plays in Meridian Mississippi, but i want to get stared on doing things on camara. It's not easy to get started on things like that in Meridiam Mississippi, and I'm to far from anywhere that has casting calls and things like that. I know you have a whole lot of people's comments to read and I don't know if you would get the time to read this one, but if you do please contact me so I can get information on how to get stared on working with the camara, commercials or anything. I'm 17 years old and I'm 6"1.

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