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  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
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  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Vidmark/Trimark
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
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A keeper - the cast alone is worth watching/owning this DVD. Funny, sad, philosophical and thought provoking. Well done!
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I love this movie and Tyler Perry's character Madea. The whole family laughed and enjoyed the movie on movie night
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa7a79cf0) out of 5 stars Great acting all around June 26 2006
By Dorrie Wheeler - Published on
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The Tyler Perry movie Madea's Family Reunion-The Movie is now available on DVD for the first time. The film is an adaptation of the stage play of the same name. Madea's Family Reunion hit theaters in early 2006 on the heels of Perry's successful 2005 movie Diary of a Mad Black Woman. Madea's Family Reunion opened at #1 in the US box office and held that spot for two consecutive weekends. The film was written and directed by Tyler Perry.

Perry stars in the film as Madea and as several other supportin characters . Consider yourself warned, there is far less Madea in this film than in the previous film. In the early scenes of the movie Madea is awarded a foster daughter (Ke Ke Palmer) by the courts. The girl has a bad mouth and is unruly. Naturally Madea "whips" her into shape. Although this storyline was mentioned heavily in the promotion of the film this storyline is actually the least developed in the film.

The primary storylines are those of Madea's Lisa and Vanessa. Lisa is a refined beautiful woman engaged to a wealthy Atlanta businessman named Carlos (Blair Underwood). He is very abusive. Despite the abuse her mother Victoria (Lynn Whittfield) encourages her to stay in the relationship. Lisa's sister Vanessa is emotionally battered and bruised single mother of two. When she meets a handsome bus driver named Brian (Boris Kodjoe), she is afraid to open her heart and love and be loved.

Madea's Family Reunion-The Movie is an excellent film with an all star black cast. Maya Angelou, Cicely Tyson, and Jennifer Lewis are just a few of the talents rounding out the cast. Some of the most impressive acting came from Lisa Arrindell Anderson who portrayed Vanessa in the film.

Madea's mannerism's and one liner's bring needed laughs to a film with a strong and powerful message.
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa7a7e114) out of 5 stars Some People just don't get it! June 29 2006
By Jay Hyde - Published on
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I read a couple of the reviews and laughed when the one guy said he sat in the DARK...'NUFF SAID' This is comedy which is if anyone really understands true comedy , is based on reality. Of course this is over the top but this is how the plays were as well, if you bothered to watch them. In any event I thought the story telling in this movie surpassed Diary of a Mad Black Woman, I go to the movies to laugh and be entertained when it's comedy, and that is what this movie did!!! As for your million dollar movie idea about the "BLACK EXPERIENCE" When you turn into a black man then you can share it with me, Until then NO THANKS!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa7a7e18c) out of 5 stars classic feel good movie Aug. 15 2011
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This is by far my favorite Tyler Perry movie. The acting is good, the characters are believable (well, apart from Boris Kodjoe- I mean please- who would turn that down!)and the story-lines are great. I especially enjoy the way the mother-daughter interractions between the main characters play out in the film. I watch this when I need something funny but at the same time deep and uplifting.This movie covers quite a lot and at the center of it is Madea who is funny as hell. After awhile you forget it's Tyler Perry in drag- the character is so good. It takes on a whole life of its own-funny and outrageous, yet real and down to earth somehow- with a lot of wisdom to offer. Some serious themes are touched upon and at the heart of it is a great moral (for everyone). The only problem with this movie is that I want to reach into the television screen and knock Blair Underwood's character out. LOL. Oh, and Lyn Whitfield's too. No, but seriously-Tyler Perry always aims to please and he definately delivers here.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa7a7e51c) out of 5 stars New Perry Fan April 15 2007
By nodice - Published on
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After seeing Diary of a Mad Black woman, I decided to give this movie a spin and I'm glad I did. The number one thing I'm surprised by is Perry's deep subject matters and at the heart of his message about the power of forgiveness. This is not some hammy Lawrence movie like Big Momma's house. It's a drama and a comedy and I don't think it was unbalanced at all. Whenever things get too serious, Madea would show up and deliver the message with a laugh. For me it was great to see Cicely Tyson, Dr. Maya Angelou and Lynn Whitfield working together. Perry has found a good thing and I wish him nothing but continue success. Highly Recommended.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa7a7e654) out of 5 stars yeah, spank her good Aug. 12 2007
By LARRY - Published on
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Friends had been telling me about *Madea's Family Reunion. I guess from the previews, it just didn't seem interesting to me. However, I came across and thought, why not. It is pretty funny despite the fact that the movie focused more on Madea's troubled nieces and their love lives rather than on Madea.

To avoid jail time for removing an electronic ankle monitoring device, Madea is ordered to foster a young runaway girl. Madea and this young girl are hilarious. The girl has an awful attitude which is really a wall surrounding her fears. However, Madea is having none of it and she isn't afraid to use the belt.

Madea's two nieces are having love troubles. One of them has 2 young children and basically has been scarred from ever falling in love again. However, the driver on the public bus that she rides frequently finds her attractive and wants to ask her out. The other niece is engaged to one of the city's most eligible bachelor (Underwood). The problem is that this bachelor is physically abusive. She wants to leave the relationship but her conniving mother pressures her to stay and suffer. Meanwhile, both nieces have emotional issues with their mother.

While the movie is hilarious, there's a serious side as well...dealing with domestic violence, accountability, marriage. At the family reunions, the elders (Angelou & Tyson) address the family to wake up and start caring for one another.

I thought that *Madea's Family Reunion* had some good laughs. There were a couple of dry spells, making you wish that the movie would hurry up. However, there's enough drama to maintain your attention span.