Artie and Diane agree to look after their three grandkids when their type-A helicopter parents need to leave town for work. Problems arise when the kids' 21st-century behavior collides with Artie and Diane's old-school methods.
In New York, when Madea gets out the cab to go into the bank, she asks George why he's speaking in a French accent when he's only speaking to her. She then says she can also speak French, citing mispronounced lyrics to Lady Marmalade ("Giuchie, Giuchie, ya ya dada...Mocha Chocalata ya ya"). Earlier in the film, Barbara flirts with Joe, saying, "Hello, Joe, wanna give it a go?" This is also a lyric to Lady Marmalade. See more »
The blue-screens are visible through Madea's glasses throughout the movie, more prominent during the hotel trip and the conversation with her becoming Precious Jackson before that. See more »
I saw this movie at my wife's urging and against my better judgement, because she say's the Madea movies are so funny.In my opinion Tyler Perry is not funny and I find it hard to believe people wait for his movies to come out, but I guess in the mindless wandering society there is a market for this trash.Quit giving the studio's and the actor's your hard earned money, spend it it on Ice age or Madagascar something that is truly worth the money and funny. I worry about what humankind is coming to when we find this type of entertainment, entertaining? I admit I have not seen all his Madeas movies to be an expert, but after this one sure glad I never wasted any more money.
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