This Christmas, prepare for the choir to ring out in a chorus of hallelujers and git-r-dones, a celebration of the birth of a Christ who has forsaken us and allowed Madea and Larry the Cable Guy in a movie together. Yes, in Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas, our two most pandering living social stereotypes unite for just the sort of lack-of-culture clash you'd expect. Madea visits her niece's family for the holidays and ends up sharing a roof with her Cableguy-in-law (essentially playing himself but with sleeves); she also for some reason ends up riffing with children in both mall and classroom environments, and then she falls in a pile of cow shit. In other words, it's a very Perry Madea Christmas indeed.
Happy early Madea Christmas! Tyler Perry's presents for himself, and all of us, are shiny new teeth and an additional layer of fat-suit costumery. He already opened them:... / Continue →
Turning his upcoming Christmas film into a powerful, holy celebration of peace and love between races, cultures, and catchphrase-spouting caricatures, Tyler Perry has added Larry the Cable Guy to the cast of his [Tyler Perry's] Madea Christmas.... / Continue →
Tyler Perry's truest temptation, long thought to be the siren song of Madea's "heller" begging him to swathe himself in the warm, motherly embrace of her rubbery skin, is revealed to actually be a muscley social media entrepreneur in Tyler Perry's Temptation: Confessions of a M... / Continue →