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Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns

Rated PG-13 for drug content, language including sexual references, thematic elements and brief violence.

PG-13 In Theaters 03/21/2008 , 100min.
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Critic score based on 14 reviews

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July 02, 2008
This was the worst of all films...Your RIPPING YOUR TRUE FANS OFF TYLER.. Im tired of hearing the jokes in YOUR plays then hear them again in YOUR movieS...majority of your film was not 2008black folks REALITY but mayb 1990....yes as a single mom i struggle but if my baby daddy had a job paying 25hr HE WILL PAY CHILD SUPPORT!!! u threw this film together tyler with most of the scenes reacted
June 21, 2008
I have enojyed everthing by Tyler Perry, he's down to earth and relates with all people. I especially enjoy Madea.
May 22, 2008
I love Tyler's message in this movie (((((BUT)))) I need to see and hear "Madea" to get me through these loooonnnggg days. I will ALWAYS be a Tyler Perry's Fan Forever!!!!!
May 22, 2008
There are so many bad movies on the screen right now that I am happy to say I enjoyed this movie.I am a fan of Tyler Perry and I can honestly say if I dont know what movie to go see I cant go wrong with one of his films.It had a nice story and characters you can like and dislike.Its good for a date movie or just a movie that you need to get out of the house and see a movie type film.I enjoyed the
May 22, 2008
Not funny at all!!!! Tyler Perry films are usually good but this one was really bad!!!! This is the worst he has ever come up with!!

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Los Angeles Times
Even his brief appearance onscreen as his most popular character, Madea, the sassy, tough-talking grandma, feels like a calculated addition rather than an organic necessity. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
What he serves up -- a mixture of moralism and forgiveness, semibawdy humor and cautionary drama, mockery and affection -- may sometimes lack coherence, but never integrity. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
Many of the cast members originated their roles onstage, and the ensemble scenes capture the spirited sense of fun that is Perry's trademark. Full Review
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
Features a fine performance by Angela Bassett, but her work is the sole subtle element. Full Review
Joe Leydon
Often plays more like "Tyler Perry's Greatest Hits" as it recycles various elements from the writer-director's earlier works. Full Review

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