Lessons From Tyler Perry’s Temptation
This past week-end my friend Lemo and I went to check out the Tyler Perry’s Temptations. I know most of you probably saw this movie in its 1st week of release, ke kopa tshwarelo for being a late bloomer I honestly would not have gone to watch the movie if it weren’t for my friend and I’m glad Lemo asked me to go with him.
I thought this Temptations movie was gonna be such a bore and it was a boraz to me in the beginning, those 1st office scenes with fake-Kimie really killed my joy, I felt like leaving the cinema yoh ha.a, Kim Kardashian must just stick to her fake show maan.
Back to Temptations, when I finally caught up with the movie I put my phone away. Brilliant acting even though I felt the “player” character played by Robbie Jones as Harley, a wealthy Internet Entrepreneur was a bit cheesy. I suppose it’s because I hated what he was doing to umshado wabanye abantwana.
Temptations reminded me of how we should not take things of life for granted:
- Don’t take what does not belong to you, leave it until it’s free to be yours (ama roll-on makame toe)
- Don’t spend too much time where you feel tempted to do something wrong. Sashay away
- Women should leave cheating to guys… cheating requires no emotional attachment. Guys are better at that.
- If you need to be a freak be a freak at home.
- Don’t leave what you have for what you don’t know… The grass is not always guaranteed to be greener on the other side (maar what I know about women is that they like better shem. (Aask my ex, she left me for “better”)
- When you feel like you are drifting away from yourself to the things of this world… look for God and hang on to him for dear life because He shall guide you to righteousness. ALL THE TIME.
- Be comfortable and coNTENT with where you are in life, don’t be greedy.
- Actions= Circumstances \Consequences
- Gold digging can-not be a career, Khethiwe should ask Khanyi
I would not mind watching Temptations again it really is a “LESSON” And I will buy the DVD.
If you watched it, how was the movie to you?
By Zeeba (c)