Tyler Perry is back with a new movie titled Mea Culpa. R&B superstar/actress Kelly Rowland and Trevante Rhodes star in a legal drama that is anything but legal drama. Perry’s 2020 Netflix outing A Fall From Grace was his first movie on the popular streaming service. The movie did not resonate well with the critics, but 26 million people viewed it in its first week of release . Support for the film still shows that Perry remains the auteur black director and entrepreneur for black entertainment. Chances are that Perry’s audience will show up for the upcoming movie when it drops on February 23rd. Here is the synopsis and official trailer: 

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A criminal defense attorney (Kelly Rowland) agrees to defend a seductive artist (Trevante Rhodes) accused of murdering his girlfriend. But when desire takes hold, her big case takes a dangerous turn. 

Watch Tyler Perry’s Mea Culpa, only on Netflix, February 23.

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