"Sometimes I feel I've been paying for things my entire life." -- Charlotte Cartwright, played by Kathy Bates, in The Family that Preys.
Tyler Perry churns out movies like T. M. Moore writes books and articles -- he's prolific. And he's done it again. His latest film, The Family that Preys (opening September 12), is unintentionally timely, considering the family dramas playing out on the political stage this campaign season. And in the same way, though artistically instead of politically, it appears that he is showing how, despite wrong decisions that family members make, strong family leaders can still keep the family together, strong, and moving back in the right direction.