- Starring: Blair Underwood, Clyde Jones, Nicole Beharie, Pam Grier, Sharon Leal, T.D. Jakes
- Summary: David and Kari Ames seem to have the perfect life until their young daughter is kidnapped, and over the course of seven days they begin to uncover secrets about their past that threaten to rip their marriage and lives apart. (Codeblack Entertainment)
- Director: Neema Barnette
- Genre(s): Drama
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30It's a good thing that forgiveness is a predominant theme of Woman Thou Art Loosed: On the 7th Day, because viewers will have to look deep into their hearts to forgive this kidnapping drama for its heavy-handed melodrama and tawdry plot elements.
10This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The story line was good, But Why all of the profanity? The reason I went to see the movie in the first place was because I didn't think there would be any profanity since Bishop Jakes was in the movie.
I must say I was so disappointed. The husband & wife in the movie used profanity throughout the whole movie. I felt cheated because I did not go to be entertained by such inappropriate language.
My question is, what happened to the clean & wholesome movies of long ago? Will we ever get back to good family movies that are appropriate for even children to watch at the movies? I would not take my child to see that movie because of the profanity, and will think twice about taking myself to see another TD Jakes movie. You know, that movie would have been just as interesting without all of that terrible language.
The search for Kari's daughter in Woman Thou Art Loosed doesn't relate to exorcising Kari's inner demons. Kari and her husband don't play enough of an active role in finding their daughter; they're just bystanders in their own movie. The lighting design is entirely too bright for a thriller, lacking the proper dark, foreboding atmosphere for a world of duplicitous characters, and the editing calls attention to itself for no reason and to no effect. Full review on my blog.… Expand