21 February 2009

They Can Just Eat My Ass!!!


So I saw Madea Goes To Jail and it was fucking hilarious. I have not seen a movie so funny for years. I really loved Diary of a Mad Black Woman and didn't think any of the sequels would do better but this was simply amazing. There are rarely movies that I could see twice (especially comedies!).

What made this movie even better was the fact that the theatre was nearly packed (Harry Potter and Pirates didn't even have this many people on opening day!). People laughed and cheered and everything. A really great movie going experience overall.

Now, Rotten Tomatoes has given Madea Goes To Jail 32%. Apparently critics don't like Madea because Diary of a Mad Black Woman and Madea's Family Reunion both got lower scores. Well fuck them, they can just eat my ass. S go on, call the po po ho. I ain't scared of no po po ho.

I won't spoil any of the movie but it was all good. From the storyline of Madea to the storyline about the prostetute. Simply hilarious. My favorite part has to be when Madea is arrested at her house. I was a little worried before the movie as often movies tend to put all the funniest parts in the tv-spots and trailers. But the hilarious parts of this movie were all left for the theatre audiance.

Take it from me, I rarely see comedies that I would recommend to other people to go see. See this movie. You'll pee your paints. Believe me, Mandar and Pandora will admit that I am usually extremely critical of movies, especially comedies. This was just so great.

Oh, and there is this really great part in the end where this guy does something great and this collection of older black ladies behind us inthe theatre were saying, "Erhurm! Now that's a man! A-hun!"

2 comments:

Asylum Seeker said...

Well, film critics are paid to be assholes, and film critics have an incredible and historic hate-on for any form of comedy film. So, whatcha ya gonna do....

Mandar Malum said...

I've been done with film critics since Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End came out, and it received a 14%...

Those film critics don't know what they are talking about, they hate movies with a real plot, and they only want animated films.