Madea's Family Reunion
Based upon Tyler Perry's acclaimed stage production, Madea's Family Reunion continues the adventures of Southern matriarch Madea. She has just been court ordered to be in charge of Nikki, a rebellious runaway, her nieces, Lisa and Vanessa, are suffering relationship trouble, and through it all, she has to organize her family reunion.
- Stars:Tyler Perry, Blair Underwood, Lynn Whitfield, Boris Kodjoe, Lisa Arrindell Anderson, Maya Angelou, Rochelle Aytes, Jenifer Lewis, Tangi Miller, Keke Palmer, Henry Simmons, Cicely Tyson, China Anderson, Akhil Jackson, Alonzo Millsap,
- Director:Tyler Perry,
- Writer:Tyler Perry, Tyler Perry (play)
While planning her family reunion, a pistol-packing grandma (Perry) must contend with the other dramas on her plate, including the runaway who has been placed under her care, and her love-troubled nieces. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Madea's Family Reunion torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: An action film done right. The characters are likable and the film doesn't try to be super serious or dark.
(kr) wrote: Interesting and throws up some questions about the natures of relationships but not as good as I was hoping.
(fr) wrote: Didn't reali enjoy it................was boring and rubbish
(br) wrote: I know that i watched this as a kid but i dont remeber the story.
(mx) wrote: Wasn't perhaps too engaged when the movie came on but it kept me interested enough to keep watching. Thats's pretty good. Interesting ending that really let the viewer think about what happened next.
(au) wrote: Not the best from Waters but still fun
(au) wrote: This movie creates a world removed from any form of reality, yet one that is compelling and entertaining as hell.
(au) wrote: The gorgeous cinematography and mise-en-scne bring to mind Tarkovsky's works, while the uncomfortable narrative is centered on a group of petty characters who manipulate one another in ways that bring to mind Fassbinder, and so the result is something quite different from Tarr's previous films.
(mx) wrote: Obviously, Kurosawa is an all time great. He was meticulous and keen to detail. Seeing it upon its release in the early 60's must have been a great experience.
(mx) wrote: Well-done film noir.
(ag) wrote: Ummm- I don't think so !!