A Madea Family Funeral: Movie Review

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Directed by – Tyler Perry

Produced by – Tyler Perry, Mark E. Swinton, Ozzie Areu, Will Areu

Starring – Cassi Davis, Patrice Lovely, Tyler Perry, Ciera Payton, KJ Smith, David Otunga, Rome Flynn, Courtney Burrell, Jen Harper, Quin Walters, Christianee Porter, Aeriél Miranda, Joel Rush, Derek Morgan, Joanne the Scammer

Tyler Perry must believe I’m Boo-Boo the Fool; it is extremely unlikely I will trust that “A Madea Family Funeral” is his mark character’s swan tune. Mabel Simmons, the famously tall, dazed and every so often irreverent more seasoned lady whom Perry has depicted in front of an audience and screen for a considerable length of time won’t go delicate into that goodbye. Madea’s fan base will just not permit it, and the one reliable thing about Tyler Perry is that he wants to give his fans what they need.

“A Madea Family Funeral” drains some extremely interesting minutes out of how Black individuals get ready and go to homecoming administrations. Wearing a massive dark church cap that looks acquired from the Wicked Witch of the West’s increasingly in vogue wardrobe, Madea runs the burial service like the ensemble at the Oscars. “Two minutes!” she hollers at everybody who takes the lectern to talk on the dead, and she savagely yanks all violators offstage. In spite of all that, the memorial service still takes 9 hours.

“A Madea Family Funeral” conveys to the front line—and derides—the implicit motivation behind why we’re advised not to talk sick of the dead: Sometimes the individual in the coffin is a ready knave who has the right to be sent to Hell coasting on an ocean of honest depictions of their character. But then, dignity must be kept. Obviously, Madea is unadulterated id, so she can’t avoid taking her swipes at decency.

Of the suspiciously substantial number of obscure ladies who appeared, she asks “in the event that you knew the perished, raise your hand.” After everybody raises their hands, she includes “on the off chance that you knew the expired in the Biblical sense, raise your hands.” a similar measure of hands go up.

I cop to roar with laughter on various occasions, and I was dazzled by Vianne’s huge “what’s useful for the goose” style discourse toward the end. On the off chance that “A Madea Family Funeral” is in reality the last “Hallelu-YUHRR” for Madea, it isn’t so much that decrepit an exit. You probably won’t miss her, however it feels like she left the scene all alone terms. For better and in negative ways.

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