Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection Synopsis
Madea (Tyler Perry) uses tough love on a Wall Street banker (Eugene Levy) and his family.
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Slant Magazine

The film remains buoyed by the same open heart that makes Tyler Perry's best work so endearing.
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Village Voice

By Nick Pinkerton
An agent of spiritual regeneration and showman, Perry's dramaturgy is as subtle as a Bible-thump, but until a logy last act that has Levy...
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
Madea is starting to look a little tired.
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Boston Globe

By Mark Feeney
Reviewing a Tyler Perry movie is a bit like reviewing the weather report. People who want to watch it are going to do so, regardless of...
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Time Out New York

The writer-director-star still hasn't learned to smoothly blend broad comedy and family-values sermonizing.
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Boxoffice Magazine

Perry's latest is crudely assembled and mostly emotionally unengaging.
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Arizona Republic

By Kerry Lengel
How much of this is actually funny is a question of taste, but even a confirmed Perry hater might get caught laughing once or twice.
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With Tyler Perry gradually segueing toward non-drag leading man status with "Good Deeds" and the upcoming James Patterson thriller "Alex...
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
While I fully support the appearance of a new Madea movie every six months, even Tyler Perry can't be bothered to take this setup...
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Austin Chronicle

By Marjorie Baumgarten
The film is slapdash entertainment not meant to be further contemplated after leaving the theatre.
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Totally non stop Laughter

By itdave
The movie is almost 2 hours and i was shocked how fast it went. i totally enjoyed it as much as the audience did. GREAT... MUST SEE!...

Madea Gets Funnier

By santos_themoviebuff
I had no idea how on Earth Madea could get any funnier or placed in any more outlandish situations than she has already been, but Tyler Perry did it. It's so funny, there are some tender moments in...

it had me in stitches!!

By artgabdieo
Everyone who is a fan of Tyler Perry will love this movie. Everyone else will watch it and wonder why they had not become fans yet!...

Tyler Perry's MADEA's Witness Protection

By DanaDenise
Another great Tyler Perry production! His movies reaches every emotion and everything is always "SO REAL." All ages can enjoy and much can be learned from the movie.. Keep the movies coming Mr....

Another Masterpeice by Tyler Perry

By marysueglen
My son and I attended the movie last night. From the time it started until the end and beyond...we laughed and laughed!! I love all of Tyler Perry's movies, but this one in particular is going to...


By cav87
To me it was the best madea movie made...Was funny from start to end... Great job Tyler Perry!! I will pay to see it again.... The acting, directing, was the best... The kids where laughing...

Tyler Perry's greatest movie yet!

By cmberry629
This is by far the absolute best Madea movie yet! It will make you laugh until your jaws AND stomach hurt!! Madea never fails to surprise you with the hilarious sayings and expressions that just...


By ndhurst
Tyler Perry is very talented! Sharp & wise. Every movie/play that I've seen is great! Always a Christian message....something everyone needs during these very trying times! Can't wait for Alex...

Madea's witness protection

By wewillis
Funny from start to finish, you will love this movie. Medea gets better with age. Good for all ages however some of the humer will go over the heads of younger viewers....

Madea's Witness Protection

By BrownSugarBabe12
The movie was awesome. Tyler Perry continues to produce excellent work. It is a must see. I will be glad when it comes out on DVD. I will add it to my collection. I'm excited to see what Tyler...

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Rated PG-13 | For Brief Drug References and Some Crude Sexual Remarks
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says The mighty Madea preaches, but with less fire this time.
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