Though you'd never know it to watch his films, apparently Tyler Perry has been exhibiting some sort of restraint in how implausible and over-the-top exaggerated he's been making Madea. The evidence: he's amazingly found a way to make her even more cartoonish by actually making her a cartoon. In the apostrophe-filled Tyler Perry's Madea's Tough Love, Tyler Perry's version of himself in makeup makes her animated debut in a fairly boilerplate Madea tale of her getting in trouble with the law, then finally revealing a caring yet still sassy side. But since now she is animated, here she also skateboards (skateborts?) and can spin her purse around to fly like a helicopter (heller-copter?).
Despite such slightly more-outlandish-than-usual elements, Tyler Perry's brain has still found a way to work this into actual Madea canon; the film is only thrown into animation once our heroine pushes a magic button on her television remote. That's Tyler Perry for you--always ostensibly setting things in reality but also tossing some bat-shit crazy stuff in there.
Here's the trailer:
I'm so glad the helicopter purse isn't just a one-time throwaway gag. That will definitely be her special power in Tyler Perry's Madea's Tough Love: The Arcade Game.