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Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family
Directed byTyler Perry
Produced byTyler Perry
Reuben Cannon
Roger M. Bobb
Written byTyler Perry
StarringTyler Perry
Loretta Devine
Shad 'Bow Wow' Moss
David Mann
Cassi Davis
Tamela Mann
Lauren London
Isaiah Mustafa
Rodney Perry
Shannon Kane
Teyana Taylor
Philip Anthony-Rodriguez
Music byAaron Zigman
CinematographyToyomichi Kurita
Edited byMaysie Hoy
Distributed byLionsgate
Release date
Running time
106 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$25 million[1]
Box office$54 million[2]

Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family is a 2011 comedy film based on Tyler Perry's 2010 play of the same name and the 11th film in the Tyler Perry film franchise, and the fifth in the Madea franchise.

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Shirley (Loretta Devine), goes to visit Dr. Evans (Philip Anthony-Rodriguez) with family friend, Aunt Bam (Cassi Davis) about her cancer and finds out that it has gotten worse, and that she may only have a few weeks to live. She asks Aunt Bam to call her children so she can invite them to dinner to tell them all at the same time. Cora and Mr. Brown (David and Tamela Mann) are also at the hospital, to get Mr. Brown a check-up. Dr. Evans tells them he has to do a colonoscopy on Mr. Brown, and they find a growth that needs to be removed surgically. Meanwhile, Madea (Tyler Perry) furiously and violently drives her car through a restaurant named 'Smax', because they stopped serving breakfast for the day, and because the manager had been very rude to her.

Shirley's children Byron (Shad 'Bow Wow' Moss), Tammy (Natalie Desselle-Reid), and Kimberly (Shannon Kane) arrive at Shirley's house later that day for a dinner Shirley has planned for them in order to tell them the sad news about her recent prognosis. Byron arrives with his girlfriend Renee (Lauren London) and his baby Byron Jr. Tammy arrives with her husband Harold (Rodney Perry) and their two kids, with the former two subsequently carrying their argument over directions to the house with them. Kimberly arrives with her husband Calvin (Isaiah Mustafa). Tammy and Kimberly then start to argue when Byron's ex-girlfriend Sabrina (Teyana Taylor) and 'baby mama' (Byron Jr.'s biological mother) arrives.

Sabrina quickly gets on Byron's nerves by addressing him as a 'drug dealer' (since he was one when he was young and got arrested for it). She also lies excessively, uses her son's child support money and supplies for herself, and also tries to goad Byron back into selling drugs, so she can get more money for herself in the process. Moreover, she also turns out to be the manager of 'Smax', the restaurant that Madea crashed her car into earlier that day.

Everybody leaves the dinner later on that afternoon due to the constant arguing as well as their own reasons, and Shirley doesn't get the chance to tell them about her cancer. During the night, Byron is arrested by the police for failing to pay child support. Shirley goes to Kimberly's house to ask her to bail him out, but Kimberly refuses. Calvin instead helps Shirley bail him out, much to Kimberly's anger and consternation.

The next day, Aunt Bam tells Madea about Shirley's cancer prognosis and the family's situation, to which Madea promises to gather all Shirley's children for another dinner that evening. She goes to Harold's auto repair garage where Tammy works with him and authoritatively demands her to go to the family dinner. After she does so, Tammy then gets called by a client, and Madea takes the opportunity to discipline Tammy's two unruly children for their disrespect, putting fear into them. She then goes to Byron's workplace, but she finds him outside, since he was fired for being late as he spent the night in jail. It is revealed that the manager (played by Palmer Williams, Jr.) had fired Byron because him being late for the job was his last strike. Madea then brusquely demands that he is at the family dinner as well and threatens him if he does not come. She proceeds to Kimberly, whom she finds her showing clients a new house, as it is revealed that she is a real estate agent, and she peremptorily yells at her to attend the dinner after Kimberly attempts to ignore her. Meanwhile, Mr. Brown loses a lot of blood during his surgery and the doctor asks Cora to donate some. When she does, she finds out that she doesn't have the same blood type as him, implying that he may not be her real, biological father.

At dinner later on that night, Tammy and Kimberly have a vicious argument that leads to Tammy revealing that Kimberly is Byron's birth mother, having had him when she was 13 years old. Byron storms out of the house, angry that this secret was kept from him. Later that night, for the first time, Harold puts his foot down towards Tammy and tells her to respect him more. Tammy and Harold then sort their problems out: Harold started acting weak because Tammy kept undermining his authority and pushing to be the dominant one in the relationship, and the resultant bickering and power struggle between them led their children to have no respect for their parents or anyone else. After dinner, Kimberly and Calvin continue to fight, which results in Calvin leaving and taking their son with him, much to Kimberly's dismay. The next day, when Byron and Renee go to the drugstore, they see Sabrina on 'Maury' via the store's TV, humiliating Byron and demanding her child support. This finally pushes Byron over the edge, and he decides to go back to dealing drugs.

Overtime, Shirley's condition worsens greatly and she goes to the hospital. She later tells Byron (who abandoned his drug-dealing corner upon learning of her hospitalization), Tammy, Harold, and Calvin, who arrive to see her, that she loves them all, including Kimberly who isn't present at the time, and after giving them some last words of advice, she dies. After Shirley's funeral service, later on back at the house, Madea confronts the family, saying that Shirley was a peaceful woman and that she would not have wanted all the fighting going on between them.

First, Madea confronts Sabrina about abusing Byron's hard-earned money, and that she needs to start respecting him, especially telling her to stop using their child to make his life miserable or she will be dealing with Madea herself or worse. Second, Madea confronts Byron and tells him to get himself a new job in order remain on the right path, because returning to drug dealing will only result in him returning to prison or getting killed, and Renee will simply move onto the next person with the most money; she also threatens Renee when she attempts to backtalk. Madea also tells both Byron and Sabrina to start working together to take care of their baby, and settle things between them wisely and peacefully. Third, Madea tells everyone that Shirley didn't want her children to know that Kimberly had been raped by an uncle of hers, on her father's side, when she was 12, which resulted in her pregnancy with Byron; this was also the reason for Kimberly's hostility towards her family, due to her continuously holding onto her anger at her uncle for raping her. Madea urges Kimberly to forgive her uncle for her own sake; otherwise, he'll continue to hold power over her and she'll never be able to make peace with herself and what he did to her. Kimberly then sorts her issues with Calvin, feeling that she doesn't know how to begin, and finally hugs him and apologizes while they agree to acquire some professional help, and Byron breaks up with Renee due to her continued selfishness and gold-digging behaviors.

The film ends with Madea, Mr. Brown, and Cora on The Maury Povich Show to find out if Mr. Brown is in fact Cora's father. Madea insists that he is, but it turns out he's not. This shocks Madea, who runs off-stage, sobbing hysterically. Madea does this mocking the running gag on the Maury Povich Show of how many of the woman, when it is revealed that their old romantic interests are not the real fathers of their child(ren), they run off-stage and sob wildly and hysterically.


  • Tyler Perry as Mabel 'Madea' Simmons and Joe Simmons
  • Loretta Devine as Shirley
  • Shad 'Bow Wow' Moss as Byron
  • Tamela Mann as Cora
  • Cassi Davis as Betty Ann 'Aunt Bam' Murphy
  • Lauren London as Renee
  • Shannon Kane as Kimberly
  • Isaiah Mustafa as Calvin
  • Natalie Desselle-Reid as Tammy
  • Rodney Perry as Harold
  • David Mann as Leroy 'Mr. Brown' Brown
  • Teyana Taylor as Sabrina
  • Philip Anthony-Rodriguez as Dr. Evans
  • Chandra Currelley as Sister Laura, the lead singer of the church choir at the funeral who sings, 'Heaven Waits For Me.'
  • Maury Povich as Himself


Box office[edit]

Madea's Big Happy Family was released on April 22, 2011. It opened with $25,068,677 on its opening weekend, ranking #2 at the box office behind Rio.[3] By the end of its run, the $25 million[1] film grossed $53,345,287 in the United States.[2]

Critical reception[edit]

The film has received mixed reviews from critics. Based on 40 reviews collected by Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an overall approval rating of 38% with an average rating of 4.6/10.[4] Another review aggretator, Metacritic, gave the film an average rating of 45 based on 15 reviews, indicating 'mixed or average reviews'.[5]

Home media[edit]

Madea's Big Happy Family was released on DVD and Blu-ray on August 30, 2011. The DVD features four featurettes: 'By-reen: The Baby Mama from Hell', 'Ties That Bind', 'Madea's Family Tree', and 'Brown Calls Maury'.[6] The Blu-ray contains these features including a digital copy.[7]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ abKaufman, Amy (April 21, 2011). 'Movie Projector: Tyler Perry's latest 'Madea' film should trample 'Water for Elephants''. Los Angeles Times. Tribune Company. Retrieved April 21, 2011.
  2. ^ ab'Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family (2011)'. Box Office Mojo. Retrieved December 7, 2014.
  3. ^Young, John (2011-04-24). ''Rio' tops 'Madea's Big Happy Family''. Cable News Network. Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. Retrieved 2011-04-24.
  4. ^'Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family Reviews'. Rotten Tomatoes. Flixster. Retrieved 2011-08-31.
  5. ^'Madea's Big Happy Family Reviews, Ratings, Credits, and More at Metacritic'. Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved 2011-08-31.
  6. ^ Madea's Big Happy Family (DVD)
  7. ^ Madea's Big Happy Family (Blu-ray)

External links[edit]

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  • Like most of Perry's movies, this one oscillates wildly and shamelessly between raunch and pathos, leaving plenty of room for the performers to work. The lively ensemble includes a scene-stealing Cassi Davis as pothead Aunt Bam.
  • Epitomizing the shrill franchise's schizophrenic tonal shifts, Madea metes out Christian life lessons with one hand -- and righteously bitch-slaps with the other.
  • The title is meant to be ironic. Too bad irony is in such short supply in Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family. Sadly, subtlety is also missing.
  • If Perry gets on your wavelength, you can forgive him too. He's only the host at a home-cooked banquet of wild emotions.
  • 'Madea's Big Happy Family' nonsensically knots the spiritual and the salacious, asking gossipy questions then giving pulpit answers so that the movie is wonderfully, woefully absurd.
  • Perry possesses a superb ear for the themes and emotions that connect him to his core audience, and that's on display again here, though the unconverted might grumble that the movie's many riffs and rants feel recycled from previous offerings.
  • 'Family' offers Mr. Perry's signature ingredients: multiple subplots; a Southern setting; and broad comedy, florid melodrama and inspirational Christianity, tossed together with an almost slapdash lan.
  • Madea's Big Happy Family plods from one scene to the next at a deliberate pace, repeatedly betraying its theatrical roots as each new conversation or confrontation plays out like the latest in a series of segments in a stage revue.
  • Alas, Madea's Big Happy Family is defined by a dearth of plausible human behavior; everything is pitched to jarring emotional extremes of good and evil, joy and pain, chitlin'-circuit broad comedy, and melodramatic speeches.
  • New York Daily News

    4/22/2011 by Elizabeth Weitzman

    [Perry has] recycled the same material so many times, it's starting to turn rancid.
  • Entertainment Weekly

    4/22/2011 by Owen Gleiberman

    Now that I've stated what feels like the inevitable complaint about Terry Perry's tendency toward overly shrill, broad bombast, let me say: While I was watching Madea's Big Happy Family, I couldn't deny that it plays.
  • Tyler Perry's signature character returns to kick more butt in this raucous comedy.
  • If he's moving on from Madea, and 'For Colored girls' and his next couple of announced projects suggest he is, at least Perry's doing right by the old broad, letting her bow out like one big, wise-cracking mother of a momma.
  • Is so obnoxious, annoying, unfunny, and downright hateful, that watching lunatics freaking out on stage during a paternity episode of Maury Povich would be better received.
  • 'Madea's Big Happy Family' is a facetious title; there's not a happy one in the bunch. Eventually, neither is the viewer.
  • The odd thing about Tyler Perry is that just when you think he may be turning a corner and evolving, he goes into retrograde.
  • Perry's performance of Madea [feels] flatter and more strained than he ever has in the role.
  • Austin Chronicle

    4/29/2011 by Marjorie Baumgarten

    Deathbed scenes and colonoscopy humor, Bible quotations and Maury Povich 'Who Is the Real Baby Daddy' episodes: All cohabit with equal relevance in the world of Tyler Perry.
  • ... Tyler Perry goes to the Madea well once too often and comes up dry.