Mea Culpa


Crime Drama Thriller

Mea Culpa is a 2024 American English-language Crime Drama film featuring Kelly Rowland, Trevante Rhodes, Sean Sagar, Nick Sagar, Ronreaco Lee, Shannon Thornton and Cory Hardin. Tyler Perry Studios was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Tyler Perry, Kelly Rowland, Angi Bones and Will Areu. The motion picture is written and directed by Tyler Perry. Netflix acquired the distribution rights for the motion picture. Mea Culpa was released on 23rd February 2024 and takes a screen time of 120 minutes. Cinematography was done by Cory Burmester and editing by Larry Sexton. The music was composed by Amanda Delores along with Patricia Jones.
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Release Date23 FEB 2024



Crime , Drama , Thriller

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Mea Culpa Reviews and Ratings

Average Review Rating : positive


Positive Review Rating : 69%

    • Jennifer Green

      The films action filled climax is neither realistic nor well constructed. ( Read More )
    • Brittany Witherspoon

      With poor directional choices, cringe worthy dialogue & unnecessary plot twists, its best to look at Perrys latest as an unserious guilty pleasure. ( Read More )
    • Nicholas Bell

      The good news is, Tyler Perry has embraced AI as a writing tool. The bad news is his latest attempt at a schlocky erotic thriller is so offensively stupid he should be forced to issue a formal mea culpa. ( Read More )
    • Brian Orndorf

      The writing feels like a first draft that was hastily brought to the screen, lacking basic logic, chilling turns, and a decent ending. ( Read More )
    • Benjamin Lee

      The stupidity of it all is certainly diverting but its all too scattershot and at times stiflingly portentous to cross over into pure camp. ( Read More )
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