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Product Details

  • Format: Dolby, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • Release Date: May 1 2012
  • ASIN: B0074B2MTA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #76,721 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

What happens when three sisters find out they stand to inherit a multimillion-dollar fortune, and in the process discover a half-sister their estranged father never told them about? In this powerful and inspirational musical stage play, three women experience a roller-coaster ride of emotions as they confront their father's death, long-buried family secrets and the startling revelation of an affair that almost tore their parents' marriage apart.

She's Not Our Sister is the highest-rated GMC World Premiere Gospel Play to date; it reached over one million viewers on its premiere night. Turned into a GMC series called, She's Still Not Our Sister, driving millions of more impressions.

Cast:
Kellita Smith (The Bernie Mac Show)
Drew Sidora (The Game)
Azur-De (Somebody Help Me 2)
Christian Keyes (Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail and Diary of a Mad Black Woman)
Clifton Powell (Ray)
Jazsmin Lewis (Meet the Browns)
Tony Grant (Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married play and A Madea Christmas play)

Run Time: 90
Colour Format: Colour
Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Language: English
16:9: Yes
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
Special Features: Photo Gallery

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
She's Not Our Sister May 12 2012
By LaSonya Thompson, Esq. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
One Village Entertainment, a division of Image Entertainment, released the 90 minute musical stage production, She's Not Our Sister, on DVD. Directed by Snoop Robinson and written by Johnnie Johnson, She's Not Our Sister has a recognizable cast that includes Kellita Smith (The Bernie Mac Show), Drew Sidora (The Game), Azur-De (Somebody Help Me 2), Christian Keyes (Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail), Clifton Powell (Ray), Tony Grant (Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?), and Jazsmin Lewis (Tyler Perry's Meet The Browns). She's Not Our Sister was later adapted into the GMC TV (Gospel Music Channel) series, She's Still Not Our Sister.

The story is about three sisters who are informed at the reading of their deceased father's will very surprising revelations. First, the good news is that their father leaves a million dollar fortune. How could this be when their father struggled financially? The will explains that the father properly invested the proceeds of an insurance policy resulting from their mother's death. The news of becoming millionaires gradually goes downhill when they learn of a fourth heir to the estate. Their father apologizes in the will about an affair he had when married to their mother, and a child resulting from that affair. Third, their father conditions receipt of the inheritance on all four sisters living in the same home for six months to bond and become a closer family. Finally, if the sisters don't comply, the entire fortune goes to the local SPCA. It's an all or nothing provision. Predictably, the sisters are stunned and shocked.

The oldest sister (Kellita Smith) is stubbornly bitter about her father's betrayal of their mother especially when she learns the "new" sister (Jazsmin Lewis) is only months apart from her as to birth date and is biracial. The younger sister (Azur De) was least resistant to the "new" sister, if not welcoming. The middle sister (Drew Sidora) appeared indifferent because her only concern was complying to the will conditions in order to become a millionaire. The story continues as each sister grieves differently and interacts with their "new" sister in the house. In the end, all of the sisters come to terms with their family dysfunction and they don't have to wait the entire six months to get the inheritance.

A few drawbacks for this production were that for each comedic punch line, there is a distracting and dated laugh tract, there was uneven transitioning from one scene to another, and the singing seems haphazard, not blending properly with the dialogue between characters. The positive about the production is that the cast made an otherwise trite tale become spirited and colorful.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
IF A GIRL DON'T MINGLE, SHE'LL STAY SINGLE May 5 2012
By THE MOVIE GUY - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is an apparently made for TV movie shot in a studio and utilizing an annoying laugh track. Three sisters are at home after their father has died. Deniece [sic] (Azur-De) is the youngest of the three. She is the only one who is grieving. She is kind and sweet and favors her mother who died 15 years ago. Vivian (Kelita Smith) is the oldest of the three. She takes after her dad. She is almost emotionless about the death. Cynthia (Drew Sidora) is the middle child. She is independent and is overly proud to be a "black woman" or "Nubian queen."

The movie starts out with a lot of dialouge so we can get to know the the three main characters, although most of what we learn about them is from what the other sister says about them. Sha Wheaton plays Aunt Connie who is always looking for a man.

At the reading of the will, they discover Dad had a fourth illegitimate, bi-racial daughter (Jazsmin "cleavage" Lewis) and a will that leaves them 4 million dollars to split. But of course they have to do the inane thing such as live together as a family for 6 months. Vivian is vehemently opposed to the idea, although bowing out would cost her her share which would literally go to the dogs.

The whole problem with this film is that this is a 1980's sitcom with 2012 dialouge and a 1950's laugh track. The acting is a bit over done and the singing appears to be lip synced also. If you love 80's sit-coms or enjoy the banter of 3 sisters/ 4 sisters ribbing on each other, with things being a little spiritual, some music, with a heart warming ending, check it out.

No offensive language, gangsters, rap, hip-hop, or negative stereotypes. 3 1/2 stars
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great Reflection On All Types of Black Women May 4 2012
By s.j. - Published on Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed the play. I am a Christian Keyes fan and when I saw him in the trailer I was immediately intrigued to instantly watch this video online. Christian Keyes is a "FUIIIIINE" brother that interacts well with the cast, and is believable in actually desiring a black woman (on and Off screen)...unlike most black male stars. The 4 sisters did a wonderful job expressing the different facets of today's black women. My only down side is the older sister Vivian is a bit overly melancholy for my taste. I hope others rent and enjoy. Clifton Powell, and Tony Grant are excellent additions to the all female cast. Thank you for creating this movie outlet.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Life is too short to hold grudges. April 19 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I gave it 3 stars because I felt like the acting was not quite up to par. Some scenes were good but it felt like something was missing. I still purchased it because I admire Kelita Smith, Clifton Powell, Tony Grant and Christian Keyes work. I was still able to get the message from it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Not Bad March 7 2014
By Booker T. Wheeler - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Interesting with a few twist to grab your attention. Kellita plays a "good" bad-guy role. The CD was worth the purchase.

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