- SKU: 8625641
- Release Date: 12/04/2007
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Ratings & Reviews
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From playwright Tyler Perry, the man who brought audiences Madea's Class Reunion and the number one box-office hit Diary of a Mad Black Woman, comes this touchingly comic tale about family, friendship, and the cycle of life. Madea, everyone's favorite pistol-packin' granny is back, and this time the whole family is coming together for a whirlwind weekend that no one is likely to forget. As the family prepares to descend upon Madea's home for a long-awaited family reunion, the lively matriarch is splitting her time between preparing for the arrival of her guests as well as her daughter's wedding -- set to take place the same weekend. Upon learning that her sister has died, Madea seeks to make the best of the situation and save a few dollars by adding a funeral to the already-overloaded weekend itinerary. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I Can Do Bad All By Myself
I Can Do Bad All by Myself was the first play by Tyler Perry to feature his soon-to-be-famous comedic creation Madea. The storyline concerns how Madea keeps her family from being torn apart when sisters begin acting selfishly. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
Meet the Browns
When Pop Brown went to meet his maker at the ripe old age of 107, the 400 dollars he left to his grieving family wasn't even enough to cover the cost of his modest funeral. For the past eleven years, eldest son L.B. and his wife Sarah were the only ones who cared for Pop, but when the funeral funds run short, L.B. and Sarah's daughter, Mi-Lay, quickly arrives on the scene to cover the remainder of the bill. As the rest of the Brown family arrives to bid Pop his final farewell, the best and the worst of the family unit brings joys of laughter and tears to the grieving family. Penned by Diary of a Mad Black Woman scribe Tyler Perry, Meet the Browns contains all of the unique and sometimes touching insight that has made Perry a popular figure of stage and screen. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Diary of a Mad Black Woman
Experience the origins of playwright/actor Tyler Perry's number-one box-office smash in this filmed performance of the original stage hit. Featuring none other than Perry himself in the dual roles of Daddy Charles and Madea, this comic tale of love lost and life reclaimed is sure to warm the soul as it tickles your funny bone. When successful attorney Charles McCarter files for divorce from his wife, Helen, after a lengthy marriage so that he can marry another woman, Helen's hopes of continuing to live the American dream are shattered. Though the devastation of her failed marriage leaves Helen doubtful about her future, a little help from reefer-loving, gun-toting granny Madea (Perry) goes a long way in raising her spirits and showing her that she has yet to enjoy the best years of her life. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Why Did I Get Married?
Laugh along with Tyler Perry as the award-winning playwright examines the love, joy, faith, and trials of marriage in a hilarious and touching examination of the powerful bond shared between husband and wife. A marriage has been threatened by the advancements of a sexy and alluring young temptress, but just when it seems as if the familial bond may have finally withered so much that it can't withstand a little external pressure, the once close-knit family pulls together once again to re-examine their relationships and explore just what it means to devote your life to the one you love most. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Madea's Class Reunion
The race is on for everyone's favorite ganja smoking, gun toting granny to attend her 50th class reunion, and the only thing standing in her way is the law as Tyler Perry's hit stage play makes its way from the stage to your living room in this release that's sure to tickle your funny bone. A class reunion can be a breathtaking experience, and when Madea, Brown, and Dr. Willie Leroy arrive at the elegant Pandora Motel, you can rest assured that the laughs that follow will leave you gasping for air. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Madea Goes to Jail
The outspoken Southern matriarch of Tyler Perry's wildly popular stage show finally lands in the one place where talking won't do her any more good in this release of a performance originally captured on camera before a live audience. Madea (Perry) has a reputation for being able to talk herself out of any tight situation, but when the police arrive determined to haul her away to the pokey, she quickly discovers that sometimes it pays to resist temptation and simply keep your mouth shut. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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