For the moment, forget Madea. In 'Good Deeds,' Tyler Perry doesn't play his drag alter-ego, but rather a predictable businessman named Wesley Deeds, the type of guy with a great job, pretty fiance and stable family -- none of which fulfill him the way helping a less-fortunate cleaning woman at his company (Thandie Newton), a single mother whose child sleeps in the supply closet, does. Sad! This is like 'Pursuit of Happyness,' but for the 1%! Watch the trailer ahead.