Madea is starting to look a little tired. show more
With Tyler Perry gradually segueing toward non-drag leading man status with "Good Deeds" and the upcoming James Patterson thriller "Alex Cross," his latest appearance as the sassy, wisdom-dispensing matriarch of the title in Madea's Witness Protection has an aura of fatigued reluctance to it, as does the film itself. show more
The film remains buoyed by the same open heart that makes Tyler Perry's best work so endearing. show more
Great movie. This is what comedy is
i am a big tyler fan, but this movie did not cut it. it felt like they were reaching for jokes in this movie because of his notorious way of going off script. (check). it felt as though the film was rushed and pieced together. the earlier madea films were a bit more planned out, so some of the jokes were just off. (check). i know that tyler is under fire for not catering more towards the average white movie-goers, but i think this movie ******** touch. (check). some of the acting felt amature though there is a cast of professionals in this film. tyler, you will have to do better than this. (check). i am giving this less than an average rating by comparison to his earlier madea films. this film was just money to burn. (check). \"good deeds\" was a great film. with this madea film being so close after the release of \"good deeds\", it felt as though there was no focus on making this movie click. i was not feeling this moving at all.
First of these we have seen. The wife and Ithought it was very funny.....