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Hello all. I just had to stop for a second and say thank you to all of you who went to see A Madea Christmas this weekend. Didn't I tell you it was hilarious? After 15 movies I never take for granted that you will show up but I'm really glad that you did. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

For those of you that didn't get a chance to see it, it's playing now and it's a welcome relief from a stressful day. I hope you decide to get out to the theaters and see it over this Christmas break. Again, thank you.

Now I'm going somewhere to lie down. When I tell you I was working like a mad man promoting this thing, LOL...

Have a Merry Christmas my friend. Chat soon.

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  • Ireen Hempstead, NY

    Tyler, I would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year. 2014 is going to be a blessing to you. Let Go Let God Love, Ireen

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  • Ms. Proverbs NC

    Hi there Tyler :-)...funny interview you had with one of the talk show host. imitating 'Madea and Maybelle" at the end of the interview..Oh and by the way Congrats and all the best to the both of you...must be nice :-) :-) will you be throwing your own very soon??? Nighty Night Sweet Dreamzzzzzz Ms. Proverbs :-)

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  • Tobi South Africa

    That "s****" word is meant to be "stick". lol Why did it post that way? now, it looks suspect. lol Sorry about that.

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  • Tobi South Africa

    Hi Tyler…Praise God, it feels great to have someone to relate to. Often times I think about how you’ve mentioned that the first 28 years of your life were a misery…it replays in my mind when I find hope in your current success. I read all of your messages and I, particularly, found strength in your message to a frustrated dreamer. I know, without a shadow of doubt, that I have an immensely great life ahead of me. The Lord convicts my spirit about it and speaks through my dreams. The most frustrating thing, however, is when my life represents the stark opposite. You attested to this in your letter to the frustrated dreamer…how, “to have a dream of being something better and living better than the way I was at that moment and to not see a way of getting there felt like death to me” . I just wonder what it was that moved you to s**** with “I Know I’ve Been Changed” the second, third, fourth, fifth time after failing?! Lord. Of course, we’re meant to believe that it was God himself, by ways of His Spirit, spurring you on; I know, I’m a child of God too. But, you fixated on “I Know I’ve Been Changed”…why? Did the Lord speak to you about it? Were you convicted in your spirit about it? How, after the 3rd failure, did you not feel that God had deserted you? I’m self-employed and have always been a person with great faith, however, I’m going through a period where my faith is failing. I love the Lord and I read His Word yet, now, I struggle to believe that it applies to me. But I always remember the first 28 years of your life! I know that during those years you knew, that you knew, that you knew, that you would break through but I wonder how you didn’t go mad waiting? I think, for me, another difficult thing is having family members and friends that have no spiritual revelation. I know that my chiros moment will come and that I will be exactly who God called me to be but…the people around me think I have lost my mind. I ask myself, how did Tyler keep it together during those years? Did he pray more? Did he serve at church? Did he have friends? Who did he confide in? Didn’t you ever feel misunderstood? See, childlike faith in God is ridiculed by the wise. During those years, didn’t you feel under pressure to “be normal”? A dreamer is never normal. Lol, sigh… I’m just grateful to have your life to refer to in times where I feel that God is silent. Your letter to your younger self is beautiful; especially how you are now living the life that you would run to in your imagination as a child. Soon, I will too…thanks TP and God bless you.(“,) PS: “A Madea Christmas” keeps lifting my spirit! I’m taking my sister along with me to go see it again today! Hehe

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  • #1 Fan

    HI! I LOVE YOU SOOOO MUCH! THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO. MERRY CHRISTMAS! I LOVE YOU!

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  • Ms Proverbs NC

    Great Morning to you Tyler :-) :-) :-). Enjoy Your Day Sir :-). #ThatisAll.... Ms Proverbs :-)

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  • MARIE Houston, TX

    Just wanted to let you know that Madea Christmas was awesome. My 12 year old son and I had Mama and son time. He laughed too much. Especially when you walked through that door and saw all those people in white sheets and you started running. I thought he was going to pass out. But thank you. It was wonderful.

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  • #1 Fan

    My pleasure. Merry Christmas to you as well. I love you!

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  • Ms. Proverbs NC

    Hellur Tyler :-) :-) :-) How you doing? Are you laying your hindpots down? (As the old folks would say) LOL!! I hope that you are resting now (hopefully sound asleep without distractions) :-) :-) Tyler, I can't wait to see "A Madea Christmas" this weekend and I'm gonna tell you all about it :-) :-) ...We Thank You too Sir for all that you do for us :-) You...Yes You Tyler are a BLESSING!!! LOL! but seriously though you are a blessing to millions of people around the world...To God be the Glory! #Grateful Yes I'm smiling :-) :-) Nighty Night Sweet Dreamzzzzzz Ms. Proverbs

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  • Shaneva Midwest City, OK

    I just wanted to say I thought the movie was hilarious and it was a pleasant surprise for me when I seen Chad Michael Murray come on the screen. I've been a fan of his since One Tree Hill, and it was nice to see him play a bad guy. He's always playing a good guy. I thought he did really well.

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  • Shail Kamini Ramcharan Gainesville, Florida

    You made a great movie Mr. Perry and we couldn't have asked for more. "A MADEA CHRISTMAS" hits all the notes with a great script, great acting, great directing, and an all around great cast. Thanks for the many laughs, touching moments, and the supreme joy you give us with your tireless efforts and work. Now...Go lay down and have a good rest and a very Merry Christmas! :) All the Best...Shail

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  • Elizabeth Pompano Beach, Fl

    Mr. Perry, I saw your movie this weekend, and I was happy to see that, many cultures are embracing your movies! I'm Hispanic and since Diary of a Mad Black Woman came out, the theatre was full, but mostly black people. This weekend was totally different, there were more white people than black! I know there have been controversies in the past regarding ticket sales and not giving credit were credit is due, I checked my ticket! Lol Congrats on all your success, I am so excited for you, and thanks for the many laughs that I'm sure have been inspired by many tears!

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