A street dancer juggling a dead-end job, family duties and a rocky love life realizes her moves are her ticket out of her working-class Durban township. In this cinematic sequel to the hit TV series, Lolle has moved on from Sven and is about to marry her friend Hart — until Sven disrupts her plans.
A working-class African American family in Indiana struggles to make it work and make it right without the blueprints to do it. A couple's seemingly solid marriage begins to crumble when the wife discovers that her husband intends to divorce her.
Madea is on the run from the law. With no place to turn, she moves in with her friend Bam who is recovering from surgery and has no idea what is going on. When Madea is ordered to do community service at a retirement home, the residents and staff learn her special brand of justice in this new stage play.
Madea's neighborhood takes a turn for the worse when a foster mother moves in with her unruly kids. When Madea catches sixteen-year-old Jennifer and her two younger brothers looting her home, she decides to take matters into her own hands. The film opens after school on Tiffany's 18th birthday. She and her friend Gabriella encounter Tiffany's dad Brian and brother B.
It seems that Brian always picks her up from school on her birthday wearing a birthday hat. Tiffany's mom, Brian's ex-wife Debrah, arrives and she and her new husband Calvin surprise Tiffany with the car she wanted and hoped her father would give her , but she can't drive it well.
She and Gabriella drive it to the frat house, where they hear that Jonathan and the others are having a Halloween party at Lake Derrick. She hopes to make it up to them for ruining the previous year's party. Jonathan invites her. She sees her friend Leah and tells her about the party.
Learn more. The fraternity brother are even hornier, stupid meatheads with little contribution to the movie. Leah Lexy Panterra is reduced to a squabbling airhead, who does little, but flash off her own body with overacted gestures and a skin-tight leopard shirt. Yet, the worst character goes to Tiffany Diamond White the arrogant brat who supposedly learned her lesson last time. After all the punishing blows, the hotheaded teen hasn't learned a thing and has fallen back into the same annoying qualities I despised in the first film.
What's even more pathetic, is that they don't use her selfishness very well to drive a moral filled plot, but just as a tool for more jokes. Sadly, this movie doesn't give the satisfying punch that its predecessor accomplished.