What is supposed to be a fun family reunion turns into a nightmare when instead Madea and her crew arrive in Backwoods, GA and unexpectedly have to plan a funeral. The story unfolds from there…
This was the most boring of all the Madea movies. I did not find any aspects of the movie funny or entertaining. When the Madea franchise started she was entertaining and very hilarious!! But, as time moved on she became less funny and more cheesy.
“Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral” is supposed to be the last installment in the Madea Franchise. This installment should be going out with a bang instead it’s whimpering on its last leg as it exits stage left. The movie ended abruptly without warning. It’s like a live audience play that is brought to the big screen, although there are some key elements missing.
Don’t waste your money. Wait for Cable.
This is a 1 Star Movie!!
“Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween” is a continuation from the first installment, the 2016 hit that lasted two weeks at number one.
I actually did not find this installment as funny as last years. This installment is quirky, silly and a bit dull. The funniest parts of the movie include Madea, but Madea is not in every scene. I have to say that this Madea installment is no-where near as good as any of the others that Tyler Perry has made. While the movie will not scare you, you should be afraid to see it.
Halloween is approaching and the movies that usually open about Halloween fall into one of two categories, either the movie is scary or stupid. Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween falls in the stupid category.
There was a small amount of comic relief, but not enough and what did appear was a bit insulting. I like Tyler Perry and think he is very talented, but this is the worst “Madea” movie he has produced.
It’s Halloween night and Madea receives a call from Brian (Perry) to come over and “Baby sit” her teenage granddaughter, Leah (Lexy Panterra). Madea arrives with her husband Joe (Perry), Hattie (Patrice Lovely) and Aunt Bam (Cassie Davis). Brian needs to return to work and he does not want Leah to go to a Halloween Party at a nearby Frat house. Leah has other plans and eventually sneaks out of the house without anyone knowing she’s gone, but soon Madea discovers Leah is not in the house. All hell breaks loose…The story unfolds from there…
Without Madea and her antics this movie would be a total waste. The acting for the most part was horrible. The comedy relief wasn’t what it needed to be. I laughed briefly, but found most of the movie to be stupid, rude and insulting.
Tyler Perry should go back to the drawing board and make a “Madea” movie that is really funny and has some good acting. “Boo! A Madea Halloween” was not on par with any other Madea movie to date!!
This is a 1 Star Movie!