The Madea film series simply perpetuates my depression for our society as a whole. Who are we? Is this really our legacy as a generation? Joblessness and the production of really horrendously awful films that millions of people will pay money to sit in a theater to see in order to escape from the reality that they had to charge their ten dollar movie ticket and don't even know how they'll pay their bill at the end of the month? Sorry. Rant. But COM'ON!
Ok, Ok. That was my initial response. I watched it again, giving it a bit of a chance... I'd be embarrassed to do it in front of anyone, but I'd probably laugh and might (just might) even enjoy myself. Tyler Perry's good at what he does, plus how can you not like Eugene Levy and his whole "I'm on another planet schtick."