Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral
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Tyler Perry revives his signature character, the tough and vindictive — but oddly nurturing — Mabel “Madea” Simmons. In his latest film, which marks the 11th appearance of the long-running character, Madea and her family head to the backwoods of Georgia for a family reunion. The trip turns into a nightmare, however, when the get-together turns into a funeral, and an opportunity for old family secrets to be brought into the open. Perry writes and directs, and A Meadea Family Funeral also features the talents of Cassi Davis, Patrice Lovely, Ciera Payton, KJ Smith, David Otunga, and Rome Flynn.
- Tyler Perry
- Cassi Davis
- Patrice Lovely
- Mike Tyson
- Ciera Payton
- Kj Smith
- Quin Walters
- Aeriél Miranda
- Jen Harper
- Courtney Burrell
Did You Know?
- This film was initially said to receive an R rating. However, like Boo 2! A Madea Halloween (2017), it was edited for a PG-13 rating.
- When Madea slaps Joe in the hospital waiting room, his false teeth fall out as they were supposed to, but you can also see the fake "gums" almost fall out with them, requiring Tyler Perry to quickly close his mouth to keep them from falling out too.
- Joe: He went in farther than any man should ever go with another man. Unless you're into that kinda thing
Atom User Reviews
I’m glad I only paid $4.
There is no bigger Tyler perry fan then me, so it pains me to say this movie was boring and predictable. Same story slightly different cast. Honestly I would wait for it to come out on dvd
Perry doesn't even try to successfully integrate the story's comedic and dramatic elements, merely toggling back and forth between them as if in need of mood stabilizers.
If writer-director-star Tyler Perry makes good on his threat to make A Madea Family Funeral the final film featuring his larger-than-life comedic heroine, then Madea will going out with a whimper and not with a bang, even by Perry standards.
I cop to laughing out loud numerous times, and I was captivated by Vianne’s big “what’s good for the goose” style speech at the end. If “A Madea Family Funeral” is indeed the final “Hallelu-YUHRR” for Madea, it’s not that shabby an exit.