I Can Do Bad All by Myself
is a Christian-oriented romantic comedy drama with occasional drag interludes and several overlong musical numbers speaking to the state of its Troubled Person du jour. In other words, it's a Tyler Perry film: scattered, sassy, corny, heavy handed, and -- for his fan base -- a crowd pleaser.
The film begins when three kids (Hope Olaide Wilson, Kwesi Boakye, and Freddy Siglar) break into a house in hopes of stealing something that will bring in enough money for their next meal; they were living with their grandmother, but she's been uncharacteristically absent for several days. Their scheme may have worked if they had broken ...