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Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween

MPAA Rating: PG-13-Rating (MPAA) for sexual references, drug content, language and some horror images.
Not Recommended
Moviemaking Quality:

Primary Audience:
• Adults • Older Teens
Genre:
Horror Comedy Sequel
Length:
1 hr. 41 min.
Year of Release:
2017
USA Release:
October 20, 2017 (wide—2,388 theaters)
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Relevant Issues
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HALLOWEEN—Should Christians participate in the this holiday? Answer

What’s wrong with Halloween? Answer

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Featuring: Tyler PerryMadea / Joe / Brian
Cassi Davis … Aunt Bam
Patrice Lovely … Hattie
Yousef Erakat … Jonathan
Diamond White … Tiffany
Lexy Panterra … Leah
Andre Hall … Quinton
Brock O'Hurn … Horse
Tito Ortiz … Victor
Taja V. Simpson … Debrah
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Director: Tyler Perry
Producer: The Tyler Perry Company
Ozzie Areu
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Distributor: Lionsgate

Here’s what the distributor says about their film: “Tiffany travels to Derrick Lake to celebrate her 18th birthday at a Halloween frat party in the middle of the woods at a “haunted” campground. Frantic and worried, Madea, Aunt Bam and Hattie hop in the car to save her from the same terrible fate that befell a group of teens there years earlier. Chaos soon strikes when the would-be heroes find themselves fighting for their lives against an array of spooky monsters, goblins and boogeymen.”

  • Violence: Mild
  • Bad language: Heavy—“Chr*st,” “Oh my G*d” (3), “Oh L*rd” (2), “h*ll” (80+), “d*mn” (40+), mother-f***er, “You know you got a scrotum,” “p*ssy” (2), “bang” (sexual), “boobs,” “I’ve seen that a**, let her in,” “She’s definitely hot,” “He’s so hot,” “a**” (30+), “cr*p,” s-words (8), “n*gger,” “whores,” “bitch,” “Keep the phone, give me the head” (meant sexually), “Push it… push it real good”
  • Nudity: • females in revealing costumes • cleavage heavy
  • Sex: Heavy— • numerous vulgar sexual references and references to sexual acts • twerking • sexual movements, pelvic thrusts • woman repeatedly tempts man saying how good she’ll make him feel • references to prostitution • a girl tells a boy that she wants him and to take his clothes off
  • Illegal drugs: Heavy

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Movie Critics
…The trailer promised comic scares but the movie provided none… Madea got her revenge by trapping the frat boys in a prison bus with big, burly prisoners just itching to sexually assault them. …[2]
Odie Henderson, RogerEbert.com
…Either you're part of the fan base that keeps this staggeringly untalented director making movies, or you can barely imagine finding him funny. …[Madea’s sister] Joe…spends most of the time talking about his glory days as a pimp. “Your mama was a hard-working ho',” he tells Brian [his son]. Given the nature of Joe's patter—he finds not one but two occasions to make denture-free-fellatio jokes—one wonders about the movie's obvious dubbing, in which many instances of “d*mn” and a few other curses are replaced by “darn” and the like. Whose perverse family values are we conforming to here? …
John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter
…Even for fans of Tyler Perry, his burlesque horror sequel is running on fumes. (Uncle Joe gets all the good lines, and there aren't many.) …
Owen Gleiberman, Variety
…In this sequel that feels like a remake, all prospects for amusement are never even vaguely realized. …
Glenn Kenny, The New York Times
…All trick, no treat… a shoddy, low-laugh outing… offers few laughs… Lovely, Davis and Perry continue to bounce off each other with enjoyable results, but the film lumbers along whenever they’re not on screen together. Careless dubbing, particularly around minimizing Madea’s cursing, distracts the audience from her dialogue. …
Kimber Myers, Los Angeles Times