An abusive woman who stops at nothing short of murder to get her way. Monee Kinyard emasculates, humiliates and physically abuses her ex-military fiancee', Earnest Anderson, who does all he can to appease her.
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The movie for me was a mixture of feelings. I liked the movie but I didn't. The fact that the movie was telling the in-depth story of how men are abused too in relationships was a good idea. I think a lot of people will gain knowledge and understanding just by looking at the movie. What I didn't like about the movie was it moved too slow. Some parts of the movie was boring and it wasn't very powerful. So you have this good story idea but the movie didn't really come together to be a powerful movie. I have to be honest some of the acting was bad and some sciences didn't blend well together but with that being said it was not the worst movie. I had to watch this movie in segments. I took me three days to watch this movie. I just think the movie could have been stronger. But the fact that it as trying to get the message out there of how men are abused in abusive relationships is a message that I think needs to be portrayed. So I have to be honest not the best movie but it did a good job of being very detailed about how abusive some women can be. And for that fact I would recommend others to watch this movie.
Let me start by saying the message of the movie was clear,abuse is wrong no matter if the abuser is male or female. However I couldn't finish this movie because the cast was terrible. I checked out the cast and thought to myself " Angie Stone is in it so I will give it a shot", well I never got to see her because the scene when the guy had to get stitches and he was sitting in a room that truly didn't even slightly resemble a medical facility I was done. The person didn't even know how to wrap his head. Overall I was disappointed and would not recommend this movie to anyone. I'm all about given people a chance to shine but in this particular case I had nothing to work with. Honestly I tried to force myself to finish it but I just couldn't. One more thing, the music was horrible!!!!!
To Love the Soul of a Woman is very interesting. I was riveted to my screen because it had really humorous parts, yet the domestic violence conceptualization is very typical in relationships. The fiancee in the movie was a very strong man and had a caring persona despite his relationship circumstances. Domestic violence inflicted upon men is not cool. Men should report it.
The fiancee innocently and maturely introduced an army buddy of his to the abusive and jealous girlfriend in a restaurant scene. He said, "Honey he and I go way back!" She said, "Well you and he can go way back to hell!!"
I know this wasn't suppose to be a comedy. But, I couldn't stop laughing. I almost peed my pants laughing with 411 operator that had white stuff in the corners of his mouth. And the fight scenes were hilarious, specially when Ernest was suppose to be fighting 3 thugs. The boom mics were in the shot, you can see the shadows of other people in the room when it was suppose to be just Monae and Ernest. Monae had the same furniture in her house that Ernest had in his house. The movie was ALL over the place! it was a mess!
Trash! The story would be good but it isn't developed. The acting is horrible but probably because they have no real guidance or vision for what it should be. The scenes are random and not in a logical order. Transitions are nonexistent and the story jumps so much you have to assume what happened in the missing scenes.