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Old 06-14-2012, 10:26 AM   #1
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Default Madea Returns to Theaters on June 29th!!

Tyler Perry's new film; Madea's Witness Protection comes to theaters nationwide on June 29th!!

More crazy antics, fights, brawls, stubbornness and nonstop laughter are in store, as she fights and claws here way to New York City on a secret missionn to try to protect someone in distress!!
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I'm gonna go see this when it comes out in a few weeks. I'm surprised he has Eugene Levy, Tom Arnold, Denise Richards in this. Rapper Master P's son Little Romeo is also in this.
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I saw Madea's Witness Protection last weekend and it's very good. Madea is so funny and her brother is funny. Eugene Levy's daughter is cute. She had a smart mouth.
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I saw it last Saturday. It was very funny!!
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That is cool,i will for sure rent it.As soon as it comes out on video.
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That is cool,i will for sure rent it.As soon as it comes out on video.


If I buy it, I gotta make sure that it's not a play!!

I've been buying what I thought were Madea movies, only to find out later that they are blasted plays instead!!!!!!!!!
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I saw Madea's Witness Protection last weekend and it's very good. Madea is so funny and her brother is funny. Eugene Levy's daughter is cute. She had a smart mouth.

Yeah. That little brat did. My God! I was cracking up when Madea told her that her daddy died along with the rest of the family and then told her that she would be her caretaker. All of that news scared her. LOL. I was misty eyed with laughter. Doris Roberts was great too. I'm glad Mr. Perry got her for the movie.
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If I buy it, I gotta make sure that it's not a play!!

I've been buying what I thought were Madea movies, only to find out later that they are blasted plays instead!!!!!!!!!
Hey! Don't be dissin' da plays! LOL.

Seriously, just check the disc cause it can be confusing at times.
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Seriously, just check the disc cause it can be confusing at times.



It IS confusing at times, but still, I like the movies much better. The plays seem so boring!!!
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Yeah. That little brat did. My God! I was cracking up when Madea told her that her daddy died along with the rest of the family and then told her that she would be her caretaker. All of that news scared her. LOL. I was misty eyed with laughter. Doris Roberts was great too. I'm glad Mr. Perry got her for the movie.



Yeah, she did that mainly to get the girl to change the errors of her ways.

In essence; "Treat your family like you'd want to be treated. Love, appreciate and adore them as well as care for and about them while you still have them around. Ya never know when the Lord might come-a-knockin'"

It DID make her change for the better though. Because before that, she was a complete 10-karat jerk!!!!!
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Ive accidentally done that before too.It sucks lol.The plays are alright but i agree boring compared to the movies.I like them much better.I might be going to see this today.Not sure yet though.It's so hot out.
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Ive accidentally done that before too.It sucks lol.The plays are alright. But i agree boring compared to the movies.I like them much better.I might be going to see this today.Not sure yet though.It's so hot out.
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Ive accidentally done that before too.It sucks lol.The plays are alright. But i agree boring compared to the movies.I like them much better.I might be going to see this today.Not sure yet though.It's so hot out.



The theaters are usually a/c'd during the summer.
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I tryed to make it.But was late dangit.So,now i'm sitting in the parking lot on my lap top.While my family shops lol.Atleast we found a shady spot.It's still hot though.On the plus side i'm getting a whopper on the way home
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