The lessons and morals of Tyler Perry (Madea) movies

United States
February 23, 2007 7:08pm CST
I have become a big fan of Tyler Perry. Not only do I feel that everyone should have a Grandmother like Madea (hehehe!!!), but Tyler Perry has a very good and interesting way of teaching life lessons, from very real and "everyday" true-life situations. His screen plays as well as his movies really touch my heart. I laugh and cry while watching each and every one. Does anyone else?
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@sidoney (1034)
• Jamaica
24 Feb 07
yes you are right I love is movies and screen play just watched daddy's little girl 2 days ago the movie very good but the think I love about his screen play is the way he gets you to laugh cry and all that keep you knowing that God will help you to get a happy ending per say
• United States
24 Feb 07
I've seen the previews of Daddy's Little Girl, but haven't had the chance to see the movie yet. I have absolutely no doubt that it's GOT TO BE another excellent movie! You're right, that's exactly the message that I get from his (Tyler Perry) movies and screen plays. God IS there, you just gotta' keep the Faith, and ask Him to take control ... and He will. I don't know if I could say which I like better, between the movies or screen plays. The only one so far that I've seen both the movie and screen play versions is Madea's Family Reunion. I busted a gut laughing at both, but also cried like a baby at both as well. They're entirely different, between the movie version and screen play version ... but both do teach the same lessons over-all. Glad to FINALLY see another Tyler Perry fan here! ;^)
@Shaun72 (15970)
• Palatka, Florida
19 Jun 07
I agree he sure does. I really liked the movies I have seen with him and some of the shows he made that I have rented. He's a great actor.