Tyler Perry’s “A Madea Christmas” A+++++++


Madea ChristmasPlease See Tyler Perry‘s A Madea Christmas This Weekend

Omg! I must admit that I was thinking this is going to be the first time that I am not going to like a MADEA Movie “Moment of Temporary Insanity” and then I thought “when have I ever not liked a Madea Movie?? Duhhh I think Madea could have just been on the screen smiling and I might have sat there staring in anticipation Madea Christmasof her saying something for maybe about 1hr and 10 min after rationing the sound man quit, Madea had larengitis, Ummm Mr Brown snatched out her tonsils and perhaps after going to the restroom 2 times and acting a fool w/the movie manager I may be tempted to go to another theater. But let’s get into the movie. 

Tika Sumpter: This woman is such an AMAZING Actress!  I hate that more main stream filmmakers don’t recognize this. Then we wouldn’t have probably been able to see her in this movie. So S/O to Main stream Films for sleeping! I’m not surprised that Madea/Oops Tyler Perry and Tika Sumpter have an amazing work/actress relationship. So professional, such a lady and a thesbian about her work you are truly going to rise to new heights my lovely one.

Madea’s Job at the Department Store: Madea! Please take Funky Dineva’s advice and let your nephew Tyler Perry take care of you and heed the advice Funkydineva.com gave to Momma Joyce “Paint the Walls and Keep Quiet”.

Casting Dept: My Hats off to the casting dept for the fantastic job! Everyone was casted perfectly for their lane! I loved it!!!! So great to see the new faces and everyone getting their chance to pursue their dreams! ( When’s my turn?” I got some skills now…

Madea’s Hip Hop Rendition of a Bible Story Educational Lesson #Priceless

Anna Maria Horsby: Excellent choice for this role. No one could have done it better and matched up with Madea (Maybe Shirley from What’s Happening would have made it funnier but then not realistic or maybe Mabel but other than that Anna Maria “You Rocked Out Momma” .

Please go and support our Black Filmmakers and not just because this one in particular’s name is Tyler Perry. It’s a great movie! Take the entire family. I laughed cried and laughed and cried again. Each character dealt with real life prejudices that truly exist when is what brought the storyline to life.

We love you Tyler Perry and how amazing is it when you can show your trailer to the next film during the movie for the current film. In my Evelyn Braxton voice “LOOK AT GAWDDDDDD!” As a Single Parent I can NOT wait to see this movie! Sometimes it seems like no one in the world can understand what we go through as single moms, the sacrifices, the joys and the perils and its true “We didn’t sign up to do this all alone ” Even though we absolutely signed up to do this on our own. (It Makes Sense to a Single Parent) .

The other night as I put my covers back over my son’s leg I had to say a prayer of thanks for allowing us to have “heat”. I absolutely remember a few years back when we were without heat and I was so happy I was able to put my boys in the master bedroom and just turn on the space heater and in the daytime they were at school so honestly they didn’t even notice that we didn’t have heat due to the fact the gas was not on. It’s the little things we have to praise God for because those are the main things people take for granted sometimes. Thanks for making films Mr Tyler Perry that can make people walk out of the theater and feel like someone else actually understands. I appreciate you.

Screen Shot 2013-12-14 at 3.16.24 AMYoung has previously collaborated with Perry on the comedy Single Moms Club. The movie written, directed and produced by Perry stars himself alongside Nia Long, Amy Smart, Zulay Henao, Cocoa Brown, Ryan Eggold, William Levy, Terry Crews, Wendi McLendon-Covey and Eddie Cibrian. Single Moms Club is set to be released on May 9, 2014 by Lionsgate. Aaron Zigman has previously scored all of Perry’s features since 2007′s Why Did I Get Married?

Young has also scored the upcoming comedy Gods Behaving Badly. The movie marks the directorial debut of Academy Award-nominated producer Marc Turtletaub (Little Miss Sunshine) and stars Alicia Silverstone, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Christopher Walken, John Turturro, Sharon Stone, Oliver Platt, Edie Falco, Phylicia Rashad, Nelsan Ellis, Gideon Glick, Henry Zebrowski and Rosie Perez. The film follows a young couple who encounter a full panoply of gods living in a New York brownstone. Turtletaub is also producing the Big Beach Films production with Peter Saraf (Away We Go, Sunshine Cleaning). Gods Behaving Badly is set to premiere later this month at the Rome Film Festival. No word yet on a domestic release date.

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