Madea Gets a Job

Madea Gets a Job

Tyler Perry's new musical stage play starring the infamous Mabel Simmons or "Madea" as her fans know her. When a judge orders Madea to do 20 hours of community service at a local retirement home the residents and staff are not ready for Madea's brand of "the truth", but all is well that ends well when Madea helps the residence of Easy Rest Retirement Home realize the importance of family, love and forgiveness.

When a judge orders Madea to do 20 hours of community service at a local retirement home. Remember, since she is still on probation, Madea is not a star candidate for employment. But all is well that ends well when Madea helps the residence of Easy Rest Retirement Home realize the importance of family, love and forgiveness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Madea Gets a Job torrent reviews

Katie O (ag) wrote: I loved it. I did find it layered and nuanced, with power in what isn't said, what needs to be said and felt, and what happens when that is suppressed. Beautiful, subtle acting.

Official C (br) wrote: Though it's not a Spielberg film, "Super 8" is very ambitious and delivers plenty of dazzling effects and excitement cleverly.

Filip S (de) wrote: Not so good afterall.

Waleed A (ru) wrote: fun and ridiculous movie with a ridiculous premise. not meant to be taken seriously at all. i liked that it had a video game style to it. lots of very unique scenes lol (2 viewings)

Jayakrishnan R (ca) wrote: 95%Viewed this on 24/10/15Swades has turned out to be a haunting experience for me and if you ask me it's got nothing at that level to make one feel, but may be this is personal, but still. I find this to be on par or even better than Lagaan. It's well acted and is a well balanced drama even though a few songs seems unnecessary. I also feel extremely attracted towards lead actress Gayathri Joshi. Shahrukh Khan gives another great performance. The film must be praised for depicting India in a realistic manner without an over flow of unnecessary patriotism. Also the protagonists' view of India and the reasons for it's lack of growth and accurate and never been shown so vividly in any film before.

jen b (es) wrote: ummm its different?? lol

Tom B (nl) wrote: i feel quite ashamed that it was made by eric idol of all people, one of the men who made possibly the greatest comedy film of all time (life of brian), managed to make this ungodly piece of crap that seems to have been made by some one with out the slightest idea what comedy is

Andrea S (ag) wrote: Barry Otto is marvelous

Darin H (nl) wrote: The true example of punk Sci-Fi this movie belongs right next to Repoman as a classic

Lee M (us) wrote: The Tall Guy is a cheery, ingratiating romantic comedy with Jeff Goldblum putting in a stellar performance as a bumbling American actor in London whose career and romantic tribulations are suddenly transformed into triumphs.

LoVe (kr) wrote: I am so loving this movie...It is so true and so unfair..He would beat her for nothing...I know so many women who have been in this situation with no help

Stephen M (de) wrote: You know its an 80s teen slasher. I thought it had a lot of good qualities about it. I mean, I watched it intently. Not hard to guess who the killer is, but they make it fun. High school sports were pretty hardcore in the 80s, apparently.

Leland S (us) wrote: woodward's last line = bad ass

Simon C (br) wrote: I'm a fan of gangster pictures, in all their sub-genre-ish-ness (YUp, made up a word).And I kept hearing about this one.Guy Richie and Mathew Vaughn mentioned it.The guys who made Grand Theft Auto: London 1969 cited it.Saw it available on Netflix.What did I have to lose?...Great movie.Certain aspects were dated (shooting and production styles, not referring to the in-story setting), but I'd recommend this to anyone who enjoyed Lock Stock or Layer Cake.Always liked Bob Hoskins. Grew up with him, from Rodger Rabbit to the ill fated Super Mario Brothers. Then as I matured, I noticed he did a lot more than kid's movies (Pink Floyd: The Wall, Brazil, Doomsday, to name a very few..).Though I feel like this may be the best movie I've ever seen him in.

Larry W (it) wrote: Alphaville is a bit of a cultural prism, or at least an exceptionally visible link in the chain of human story. For instance, in the final scene, we see essentially a recreation of Cocteau's Orpheus. This version was later recreated for the closing moments of Blade Runner. Moreover, the film could be described as Godard does Lemmy Caution doing a dystopian noir version of Cocteau doing Greek myth, set in Metropolis ruled by Hal doing Spock doing Hari Seldon. Unfortunately, a bit of Godard doing Jorge Luis Borges--as poetry, no less--also makes its way in there. One can see how the results would be mixed, but unforgettable.

Francisco S (mx) wrote: The way that Spike Jonze choosed to approach this theme is really thankfully strange, and so Being John Malkovich could be a refreshing and original addition to its genre, however its jokes are far to be funny, it has lack of interest and the script should be more solid than it is.

Ross N (ag) wrote: I provided all the concepts for this movie, it was my hand which was borrowed, eh?

trinity w (au) wrote: not one of her best movies

annie d (gb) wrote: I absolutely hated this movie. The actors mumbled through a lot of the script and made it untintelligible. I don't want to put on closed captioning to have to read an entire movie. This was aggravating. The plot, a very very thin thread that a story was supposed to be based on was so weak. This was a very unfulfilling movie to watch. Connelly's character vapid and self indulgent. It seemed to go on forever. Probably the worst movie i have ever seen. Do not waste your precious time on this bomb of a movie.