There is a joke about halfway through “Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming” that sums up the humour of Perry’s Madea series, which spans multiple mediums.
Perry takes a break from the action to show a black-and-white flashback in which his short-tempered.
Unfiltered titular matriarch recounts how she started the Civil Rights movement by threatening her husband’s mistress, Rosa Parks, who subsequently took refuge on a Montgomery bus.
Madea produces an instant photo from her phone as evidence. She calls it her “aPhone” because “iPhone” didn’t exist till later.
It’s deliberately offensive, but if it makes people laugh, then why not? It appears that Perry has brought Madea back.
For the same reason he said he would retire his hallmark character after 2019’s “A Madea Family Funeral”: because he can. In this episode, Madea throws a graduation party for her great-grandson (Brandon Black).
A dozen members of the Brown family use the occasion to verbally assault one another and laugh it up until patriarch Mr. Brown (David Mann) deliberately sets himself on fire.
It also provides a forum for Madea to express her ambivalent views on the Black Lives Matter movement.
Madea is pissed off that her granddaughter Ellie (Candace Maxwell) joined the police force and now poses a threat to her stash of cannabis, but she’s just as irate at the possibility of protesters torching her corner liquor shop.
A Madea Homecoming Movie
A Madea Homecoming is Tyler Perry’s second feature film, and it will be distributed via Netflix in 2022. Perry produced, wrote, and directed the comedy.
Perry is joined in the cast by Cassi Davis-Patton, David Mann, Tamela Mann, Gabrielle Dennis, and Brendan O’Carroll.
Madea attends her great-college grandson’s graduation party, when some long-kept secrets begin to come to light; this film is the eleventh in the Madea franchise.
The 25th of February, 2022 saw its release. A Madea film has not been adapted from a stage play since A Madea Christmas.
But this one is! It’s based on Perry’s stage piece Madea’s Farewell Play. The film is a combination of the Madea films and the Irish comedy series Mrs. Brown’s Boys.
A man named Mr. Brown in Atlanta, Georgia, lights himself on fire by accident after using too much barbeque gasoline.
Members of Tim’s extended family are busy making preparations for the upcoming graduation party.
When Cora brings in the groceries, she brings up the riot damage to their area. Sylvia, her divorce attorney buddy, joins Laura upon her arrival.
Tim and Davi show up with his police-dressed aunt Ellie. Joe instructs her to throw it away and calls the police a criminal organisation. She initially says no, but then agrees.
Davi and Tim are the targets of Aunt Bam’s advances. Joe claims he knows for a fact that the two young men are homosexuals.