This Tyler Perry installment takes Madea down to the country side to experience and be a witness to the love that the Christmas season brings! Madea as usual has her personal insights and irreverent perspective on things that just about make you fall out of your seat- laughing! A very enjoyable Madea movie with holiday cheer!
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Another great Tyler Perry movie.
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
Bought the play version, now the movie version. My grandkids are big Tyler Perry fans and watch his movies over and over again. This will provide hours of laughter in their home. Great stocking stuffer. Thank you Best Buy - you make it easy, reasonable and fast shipping.
If you like any of his movies then you’ll love this one. Pretty much the same as the rest of the madea movies just during Christmas. Bought this as a Christmas gift and had to set through it that night. Lol.
Tyler Perry is a very interesting person. He gives Tommy Wiseau a run for his money. In pretty much all his movies, there is random sub-plot drama that I love to make fun of. There is always some woman in an abusive relationship or trying to better herself, up to a family member slowly dying from a disease. Personally, I just wish he'd stick directly on the Madea character. She's the main star that everyone wants to see. That's what was great about her last outing, Witness Protection. It was basically focused on her and dealing with Eugene Levy's family.
A Madea Christmas kinda returns to the basics with a little family drama, but not overkill. It was the right amount of drama and the right amount of Madea. It's filled with good comedy, cheesy but funny one- liners, good messages, and should hopefully put you in the Christmas spirit.
Madea is working part-time at a department store for the holidays with her friend, Eileen. Eileen is depressed because her daughter, Lacey won't be able to make it home for Christmas. Eileen asks a reluctant Madea to help drive her out to Alabama to Lacey's for Christmas. Lacey is startled because she has not told her mom that she has married a white man named Conner. Lacey soon has to deal with in-laws, keeping secrets from her mom and trying to get the Christmas Jubilee to keep its religious tone. If you love Madea and Christmas movies, I highly recommend A MADEA CHRISTMAS!!!