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Madea’s presence is limited to dispensing homespun wisdom to young Keke Palmer, a now-infamous line about shooting Tupac for a parking space, the delivery of Oprah Winfrey‘s “All my life I had to fight…” speech from “The Color Purple,” and a memorable teaching moment about how to counter domestic violence with hot grease and a cast-iron skillet to the abuser’s face.
The ratio of Madea to melodrama is sadly unbalanced in this mostly dramatic near-musical about a troubled nightclub singer (Taraji P.
I literally live around the corner from where the red carpet was held, and of all weekends I decided to go out of town.
Why it needs saving is irrelevant, but it involves a mean corporation, Larry the Cable Guy, and Lisa Whelchel from “The Facts of Life.” The solution involves Madea donning a Mrs.