All prices are subject to change. Shipping costs are for the most economical method available, and apply only within the United States. In some states, sales tax may be added.
MADEA'S FAMILY REUNION - DVD Movie
Tyler Perry, impresario of the gospel theater circuit, brings his gun-toting granny-drag persona Madea back to the big screen in Madea's Family Reunion, a sequel to the surprise hit Diary of a Mad Black Woman. In addition to being saddled with an unruly foster teen Keke Palmer, The Wool Cap, Madea has two troubled nieces: Lisa Rochelle Aytes, White Chicks, who's engaged to an abusive and controlling investment banker Blair Underwood, Something New; and Vanessa Lisa Arrindell Anderson, The Second Chance, who can't open herself to the affection of a bus driver/artist Boris Kodjoe, The Gospel because of childhood abuse. Wreaking havoc on both of their lives is their mother Victoria Lynn Whitfield, Eve's Bayou, in delirious wicked witch mode. Like Madea's previous outing, Madea's Family Reunion may induce mental whiplash--the movie zips from a discussion of flatulence to a jazz-backed poetry reading to domestic violence Underwood, perhaps eager to leave his bland good-guy image behind, is genuinely scary, or from an act of horrific revenge to a staggeringly gaudy wedding. Though schizophrenic and morally questionable beating an adult women is clearly wrong, but whipping a child with a belt in the name of tough love is apparently good, the movie is definitely unpredictable and never dull. Also featuring Cicely Tyson Because of Winn-Dixie and the poet Maya Angelou. --Bret Fetzer