Tyler Perry's Acrimony

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Videos & Photos

  • Official Trailer
  • Trailer 1

Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

A faithful wife (Taraji P. Henson) tired of standing by her devious husband (Lyriq Bent) is enraged when it becomes clear she has been betrayed.

Cast

  • Taraji P. Henson
  • Lyriq Bent
  • Danielle Nicolet
  • Ajiona Alexus
  • Jazmyn Simon
  • Terayle Hill
  • Jay Hunter
  • Bresha Webb
  • Crystle Stewart
  • Katie Carpenter

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • This is Tyler Perry's second R-rated film, after For Colored Girls (2010).
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Quotes

    • Melinda: Do you know the last thing a woman wants to hear about her man is that he's cheating on her?
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Verified Review
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Wished it had a better ending but loved it

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Taraji did a fantastic roll my girl

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Diane C

Metacritic

60
Mar 31, 2018

While Tyler Perry’s Acrimony doesn’t quite live up to its stylish trailer — that water-torture sound design promises a floodgate that will burst at any moment — it’s the kind of “women’s picture” that used to be Joan Crawford’s bread and butter, the sort that allows its star to glamorously lose her grip in a succession of great outfits.

Metacritic review by Alonso Duralde
Alonso Duralde
TheWrap
20
Mar 30, 2018

The film is so ridiculously overwrought that it makes the Madea films look subtle by comparison.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
63
Mar 30, 2018

Stylistically, Acrimony has moments of genius — slow camera movements that push in on Melinda, emphasizing Henson’s performance and the building pressure — but it’s also hilariously cheesy, and slightly chintzy, which adds to its schmaltzy charm.

Metacritic review by Katie Walsh
Katie Walsh
Chicago Tribune