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Madea's Family Reunion

Madea's Family Reunion

2006
Comedy
Drama
1h 47m
Based upon Tyler Perry's acclaimed stage production, Madea's Family Reunion continues the adventures of southern matriarch Madea begun in the hit film Diary of a Mad Black Woman. (Lionsgate)
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Madea's Family Reunion

2006
Comedy
Drama
1h 47m
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Rated 29 Jan 2018
58
22nd
Cute romp about generations of abused women. At first it's all Big Momma's House and then Maya Angelou pops out and everything gets all "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" on you. Production values are lackluster but this has more heart and more to say than either Murphy or Lawrence's offerings in the uh...fatsuit genre.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
75
48th
Pretty good movie about family and the troubles we face. It is IMO a positive portrayal of black society as opposed to most other crap you see on film that focuses on gangs and slinging the rock.
Rated 04 Sep 2018
40
14th
The story isn't as awful as the reputation would lead you to believe - it's a nice tale about overcoming abuse and learning to love and respect yourself - but the fact that Tyler Perry needs to dress up as Madea to further the "sassy black grandma" stereotype is always concerning. Nice to see some of the elders (including Maya Angelou, what?!) with reflections on society, but the repeated message of violent discipline combined with God's love is a cliche that can only go so far.
Rated 26 Nov 2007
20
3rd
Incredibly creepy, in so many ways. I don't particularly want to think about it enough to enumerate them. Other than the fact that Maya Angelou is in it, which is fucked up! Or maybe not. I don't know. My sister loves it, which I also find a bit creepy. That's why I watched it. I'd sorta rather I had not.
Rated 16 Aug 2009
74
55th
The first Perry film with glimmers of real potential. Maybe he should ditch romance and Madea (I loved you in the plays, but in movies? not so much) and stick with family dramas.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
95
75th
great funny movie
Rated 22 Jun 2008
50
14th
I don't get it.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
80
50th
a must see for the whole family
Rated 14 Mar 2013
59
36th
Frankly,the introduction to the series of Madea's movies could be done better-there's absolutely no background story about her at the beginning.This part is definitely more drama than a comedy,which is a good thing. From the drama I liked the confession scene,although the mother's behaviour doesn't seem probable (maybe thanks to acting skills of the actress). From the comedy, fairytale-like decorated church was the most lovely.Shame the ending was hastened too much,too sweet and highly unlikely.
Rated 24 Sep 2009
4
47th
The characterizations of the aunt and the uncle by Perry are funny, with some nice one-liners. It reminded me a little of Eddie Murphy playing family members in The Nutty Professor. If you don't mind the fairy-tale-ishness, it can be quite entertaining.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
5
1st
. Bad
Rated 14 Aug 2007
50
17th
It gets very preachy toward the end. The evil mother isn't very believable. The wife-beating angle is kinda lame because I just wouldn't think a woman would be that stupid to stay with that guy. Madea is cool, and Uncle Joe (?) is funny.
Rated 25 Nov 2010
15
21st
""Trapped in the closet" fittingly describes Tyler Perry's lurid melodrama, in which characters repeatedly stumble onto others' dark secrets during living room chats." - Paul Schrodt
Rated 29 Aug 2009
0
3rd
Tyler Perry needs to just stop.
Rated 19 Oct 2010
55
4th
A farrago of trite codswallop. Narratively obtuse with tectonic tonal shifts and misplaced earnestness serving as filler for a variety show of unfunny drag sketches and two parallel romantic plots, one unconvincingly sweet, the other unconvincingly horrific. I liked the fourth-wall breaking sketch over the credits better than any single part of the film.

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