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For years, George Needleman, the gentle CFO of a Wall Street investment bank, has been living with his head in the clouds. His frustrated second wife, Kate, has reached her limit taking care of his senile mother, Barbara. His teenage daughter, Cindy, is spoiled beyond hope and his seven-year-old son, Howie, wishes his father were around more. But George is finally forced to wake up when he learns that his firm, Lockwise Industries, has been operating a mob-backed Ponzi scheme -- and that he's been set up as the fall guy.

Facing criminal charges and death threats from the mob, George and his entire family are put under witness protection in the safest place that Brian, a federal prosecutor from Atlanta, can think of... His Aunt Madea's house down South.

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  • Teresa San Francisco, CA

    Just wanted to let you know Old Skool Cafe is supporting you here in San Francisco! We are rallying our Old Skool family of youth, volunteers & suporters to go see your movie together as one big group! We believe in you & your vision, Tyler...we are here to hold up your arms in the battle when you feel you have nothing left! God is greater than all the opposition you face & it's just making you stronger! I'm proud of you & I know your mother is too!

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  • Ralston Bronx

    Hey, The movie was hilarioussssss!!! My favorite part has to be when Madea was holding herself from killing the little girl after splashing the water on her. LOL! Too funny. She was like, "oooh, oooh!!" I was rolling. I wanted to let you know that you inspire me a lot. You are my favorite filmmaker and I love everything that you do. I am 17 yrs. old and an upcoming filmmaker/actor. I enrolled into a 15 month program, called the Ghetto Film School, and it teaches every single aspect from film to tv production. I love it at first. However, as time went on I began to realize that the students and even the staff teased me due to the fact that I love positive african american cinema, especially your films, and that I make those types of films as well. They call them, even the blacks there, they are quick to call these types of films nothing but stereotypes and I constantly have to defend myself and these types of films but they ignore and continue to bash me. One thing that really made me upset is when I wrote a script that WAS NOT politically correct and had a great message on race, the staff and students laughed at every line and said to me "people don't talk like this. they don't say what's on their mind." I went off when they said that mind you. That being said, I care less what they have to say because I know that they just don't understand these types of films that speak on real people going through real situations. So I wanted to share my six minute short film that I wrote/produced/directed last summer. It's currently on youtube and it's called, "Mama's Boy by Ralston Ramsay." I won $1,000 from Google for this film. Both of your actors Chandra Currelley and Denyce Lawton viewed it and wrote me saying how much they enjoyed it. I also have a new short film coming out soon, that I did on my own called "My Brother's Woman." I cannot wait for people to see it. You can view the trailer on youtube as well, "My Brother's Woman (official trailer)." Good luck to you on the movie and I cannot wait to see more.

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  • amber Columbus, OH

    I watched the movie tonight and loved it. I laughed so hard and it was just what I needed to cheer me up. Keep them coming:)

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  • Marcia Ho-Sang Portmore, Jamaica

    tyler you're a blessing to our young people,well done...god bless you keep up the good work an keep those flim coming

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  • Donna Bernsdorf North Royalton, Ohio

    Tyler you gave the fans what we've been craving!More Madea! This is by far your best Madea movie. I took a 75 yr old friend with me who never heard of you. He was still smiling about the movie on the way home. Needless to say you are + a new fan! We both laughed the entire movie! May God continue to use and bless you!

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  • Z. Asheville, NC

    BRAVO Mr. Perry, it was sold out when I got the theater and me, my mother, my mother's friend and my brother laughed really Hard. I loved it so much this is your funniest Madea film you've made. I will be purchasing it when it premieres on DVD. Be blessed Tyler and don't retire Madea. God bless you Tyler

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  • SHARONDA POPLARVILLE

    I WANT SEE YOUR LAST MOVIE YOU MADE.

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  • jonathan perez danbury ct

    i loved this movie it was one of you funniest stuff. God bless you on everything you have done and will do and Long Live Madea.

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  • Loretta Hamblin Clinton Township, MI

    I'm going to see the new movie on 6/30. I know its funny. Just keep on doing what you are doing. We got your back , but god has it more. There will always be haters, but who cares. May god continue to bless you.

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  • Robbie Lewellyn Yazoo City, Mississippi

    Mr. Perry, You did it again, another grandslam out of the ballpark. Thank you for all your plays and tv shows, movies. Can not wait to see you as Alex Cross.

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  • Darryl G. St.Pete Fl

    Finally Made it Back to the House Just seen Madea's Witness Protection dat movie funny af If ya'll didn't see it Go to the movies and see It (NO BOOTLEG) THE MOVIES. so go to the movies and see it don't try to keep a straight face cause you just can't! This movie is just Too Funny too miss...So Go Grab your Friends and Family Go! Lol

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  • Thelma Washington Irving Tx 75060

    I know it a lot of c*** to deal with but it feel good when you can sit back and take it all in at the end. I desired to some day to lay back and take in all in as well,but the c*** I keep running up against just to get some one to view my material I know when it finally veiwed ,producers will be all over it. If you can help me get there we both can lay back and take it all in. Even at my age I sitll have an intergrated mind. Help me if you can i'll be more than fair.

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