2. Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral
This is the latest film installment that stars actor Tyler Perry as the loud-mouthed, opinionated old lady named Madea. After an older gentleman named Anthony (Derek Morgan) is discovered to be cheating on his wife with her friend Renee (Quin Walters), he passes away from a heart attack.
Now, in comes Madea as she scrambles to prepare Anthony’s funeral and deal with the influx of guests arriving. In a such a small space exists A.J. (Courtney Burrell), Anthony’s son who happens to be cheating on his wife with his brother’s fiancé. It seems infidelity runs in the family, and as if the affairs were not already enough of a mess, it is found out that Anthony has had multiple cheating scandals as various former lovers come to pay their respects.
Can Madea coordinate this extra sticky family mess or will the numerous affairs within one family create disastrous results? Watch as several characters scramble to save face! This film marks the staggering 11th film that features Tyler Perry’s Madea character.
1. Good Boys
Three middle school buddies named Max (Jacob Tremblay), Thor (Brady Noon), and Lucas (Keith L. Williams) are just trying to enjoy life as it is, in between childhood and the heart of their teenage years. After being alerted about an epic party which features kissing, the boys are determined to attend it in hopes of proving they are more grown up than they let on.
After breaking Max’s father’s drone while trying to witness and learn how Max’s neighbor kisses her boyfriend, the three boys realize they are in huge trouble. Desperately seeking a replacement so Max doesn’t get grounded and can attend the party of the year, the “Beanbag Boys” make a bold move by skipping school and heading to the mall by foot to purchase a new drone.
The effort to be “good boys” by fixing the drone mess is met with its fair share of obstacles. On the road to the mall, the trio has a run-in with a busy highway, a frat house, and a lazy cop all while scooping up lessons about adulthood!
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