Being an enthusiastic Tyler Perry fan, I was anxious to see his current film featuring his funny, irascible alter ego, ‘ Madea’ Perry’s film are usually a box
office success, not only because his clever writing…I find he leaves a message
in all of his films.
A gentle CFO employee of a Wall Street investment bank, George Needleman (Eugene Levy) has no idea what is going on, his head is in the clouds. His second, trophy wife Kate (Denise Richards) is frustrated taking care of his some what senile mother (Doris Roberts) Cindy, his teenage daughter is very disrespectful, and spoiled rotten, and his 7 yr old, overweight son Howie, wishes his Dad was around more.
George is forced to wake up one day, when suddenly he sees shredding of documents. He learns his company had been operating a mob backed, ‘Bernie Madoff’ style Ponzi scheme, bilking charities for millions, and he was chosen to be the fall guy.
Facing criminal charges and death threats from the mob, George and his family must go into the witness protection. Taken into custody by the FBI the family flys to Atlanta.
The federal prosecutor from Atlanta, Brian (Tyler Perry) must hide the family from the mob.
Brian can think of no safer place than his aunt Madea and grumpy Uncle Joe’s house, in an all black neighborhood. They can not leave Atlanta until George finds a way to get back the stolen money. George and Madea come up with a plan to retrieve cialis the missing money on their own.
If you like watching Madea, who appears more like a linebacker, and her rapid fire one liners, you will enjoy this movie. All the jokes belong to Madea. Her interaction with the kids, hit the mark, and Eugene Levy plays his role to perfection.
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