The play and the film deal with Perry's signature character going to prison for her uncontrollable problems. I agree that it did sort of drag during the last part, but all-in-all I got so many laughs from watching this. Josh, however, keeps helping Candace anyway, to the point where he rescues her from a pimp and brings her to his home to spend the night. Thank you Tyler Perry for another great movie! Josh later runs into his friend Ellen, a former drug addict and prostitute who has now become a minister that helps other women get off the streets. This play was so funny! The film was released on February 20, 2009. But when Josh takes Candy out to eat and gives her his business card for future assistance, Linda gets jealous and fears Josh may be cheating on her.
After Josh asks Ellen to help Candace, Ellen gets her a job interview, but it results in sexual harassment by the interviewer, who Candace kicks in the groin before storming out. I am sure everyone will enjoy this play as much as I did. I laughed so hard I had tears running down my face. Linda blackmails him to keep his mouth shut under the threat of telling their and Josh's boss, the head A. At , a woman steals the parking space that Madea was about to take and acts very snobbish to Madea when she confronts the woman over it, so Madea commandeers a to remove the woman's car from the space, wrecking the car in the process. But with everything she learned from Ellen and Madea, she finally decides to forgive Josh and pick up the pieces of her life.
The actors and actresses did a wonderful job portraying their parts. On Josh's wedding day, Chuck, serving as , tells him that Linda falsified Candace's file. Madea, as usual was her hilarious self! When Linda finds out, she gets furious and threatens to leave him unless he puts Candace out of his life for good. At the district attorney's office, Josh's best friend, Chuck, runs into Linda and discovers that she is falsifying Candace's file to deliberately get her sent to prison and away from Josh, a practice she has been engaged with other defendants as well, including Madea. But Tyler Perry can put in a way to make people laugh.
I think Blair Underwood is starting to be type-casted. Returning home, Madea, needing to buy groceries, calls Cora to drive her to the store, but Cora declines, angering Madea. Josh then rushes to the prison where he admits to Candace that he loves her and will help her get out of jail and restore her life. A version was released on November 23, 2010. It had its sad parts, knowing that this kind of thing happens in real life, but the music, and singing was excellent! Ellen comforts him and tells him that he shouldn't continue holding on to the guilt and that it was never his fault, especially since Candace already had personal troubles beforehand.
In the end, Candace, Madea and five other women that Linda prosecuted have their convictions overturned and are released, while Linda inevitably faces arrest, trial and imprisonment on multiple charges including fraud, evidence tampering and providing false legal documents. He tells Ellen that they were close friends from childhood through college, but during their college years, all of Josh's friends mistreated and bullied Candace because of her background and he started pushing her away out of embarrassment. Candace is moved by her words and during a visit with Josh, she admits that back when she was raped at the party he took her to, she called his name repeatedly as the attack happened, but he never came for her. Madea consults with for anger management, but does not cooperate with McGraw. He knows his audience well, and is so good at conveying important messages through his scripts.
Candace refuses to show up to her trial and returns to prostitution, until she is arrested by an undercover policeman. Though anyway Madea family reunion is a good movie but some scenes could have been left out Madea's husband checking out the young relative and Madea beating the child with a belt. Because of the now-revealed news of Linda's tampering with client files, there is a public outcry and a protest movement gains momentum to set Madea, Candace and Linda's other defendants free. The story line was wonderful and has a way of making you think of how you should treat others and love them. During a lesson about forgiveness, Madea notices that some of the inmates would rather play victim instead of taking responsibility for their crimes.
Although Josh tries to assure her that he is only trying to help an old friend, Linda tells him that it was Candace's own fault for being who she is and that he should only socialize with a higher class of people. But this movie is drama with a comic twist and Tyler Perry is brilliant enough to make the viewers laugh instead of continuing to be overwhelmed with such intensed scenes. She tells the class they need to stop seeing themselves as victims and forgive those who led them onto the bad paths they've been on, as they weren't the ones who ended up in jail. Still the movie is worth seeing. I haven't seen a black family movie like this since Soul Food 1997. However, Madea isn't amused by the festivities and uses a to scare the party goers away. His aim never produces a completely satisfying or consistently competent-looking movie his heart's in the right place, if not his camerawork.
He breaks down when he talks about one particular night when he took her to a party. Just before Madea's trial, Ellen asks Josh how he knows Candace. In Tyler Perry's second movie installment he has issues of domestic abuse,a controlling parent,and taking in a foster child. I think this is perhaps the best of all the Tyler Perry films. Blair Underwood is the snobbish Carlos who continually tries to impress his upscale colleagues and beat his fiancé behind closed doors.
Joe predicts that Madea will get into trouble if she drives to the store herself, but Madea ignores him and goes anyway. Due to Linda's falsifying of her file, the judge gives her a seventeen-year prison sentence. Madea's cellmate and Donna Candace's fellow prostitute friend attend a class taught by Ellen at the prison, in order to have time reduced from their sentences. Archived from on 24 February 2009. During the ceremony, Josh, appalled by Linda's deceit and fraud, tells the congregation, including their boss, the Mayor and the Governor what she has done and jilts her at the altar.
Chuck overhears this and nearly tells Josh the truth, but hesitates because of Linda's previous threat towards him. It was informative, true to heart, and enlightening. Now beating a fiancé or spouse is a serious matter,forcing an offspring to marry for selfish gain isn't funny,and another offspring trying to find love again sounds more like drama. The film ends with Candace and Josh, now a couple, walking out of the prison and sharing a kiss in front of the press. It gave me a sense of knowing that I have to be true to myself, love my children but not spoil them, and that no matter what, be true to my Lord. Tyler Perry is the new well-known sassy and outspoken character Madea who is the biggest comic relief in the movie.