Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming | Official Trailer | Netflix

Madea prepares to welcome her family who have all come into town to celebrate her Great-Grandson’s graduation from college, when some hidden secrets threaten to destroy the joyous family homecoming.

Watch Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming, only on Netflix February 25


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Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming | Official Trailer | Netflix

Madea’s back — hallelujer! And she’s not putting up with any nonsense as family drama erupts at her great-grandson’s college graduation celebration.


  1. Won’t be watching anymore Madea movies. I have sharp objection to the “Madea Homecoming” film in that I found it horribly anti-gay and counterproductive to the black gay community in particular, which is a most marginalized group within the gay community. We’re a group that already gets treated like trash enough as it is within the black community and the gay community. This movie did nothing other than to help to perpetuate that.

    My resentment with the movie is in how the romantic-relationship related wrongdoings, misconduct, lies and deceit of a heterosexual woman are treated very seriously with all characters—Madea mostly—reacting with vicarious rage, offense and violence. However, when the romantic relationship wrongdoings and misconduct are, conversely, against a black gay male in the film, all the characters—Madea mostly— respond with flippancy, apathy, and even shaming of the gay black character for daring to be hurt. Throughout the entire movie, we were witness to Madea pointing guns, raising hell, and attempting to get physical when the heterosexual character was wronged by a heterosexual man regarding their romantic relationship. Oh, the crimony!!!

    However, Madea’s reaction to the gay male being wronged by the heterosexual female with regards to his relationship was to repeatedly excoriate the gay male to stop behaving hurt, let his mother go on with her affair with the gay guy’s boyfriend and exact words to the gay character “go on home.”

    Yes, that bad! The same heterosexual female character that all the characters in the film and Madea mostly was trying to avenge is the same character that went so low in the gutter as to have an affair with her homosexual son’s boyfriend behind his back, both of the 2 lying to the son. The home wrecker mother later admitted only not accepting the proposal because she didn’t want to move away Ireland, nothing to do with hurting her son.

    What offended me most was I always adored in the Madea character and thought she was on the side of right, that she would be ready to rage and avenge the gay character. All she did was laugh and cackle her shemale head off along with the rest of the characters. This scene is then followed by a long hammy lesson learning type scene from Madea in her bedroom.

    What was the lesson from Madea? Nothing to do with how the heterosexual mom just essentially spit at her son and now at his graduation, while she acted like the victim the whole movie; rather, the lesson from Madea is the heterosexual mom needs to follow her heart and accept the marriage proposal made from the man she had an affair with, that saying “no,” was wrong, that she needs to take risks and go live her life. In the end, the gay black son is presented as “doing the right thing” and accepting their affair and that since the family accepting him as gay, it’s even.

    As a gay black male, this was the most insulting, degrading and demeaning pile of slop movie I have ever seen. Tyler, you should have left Madea in retirement if you were going to use her as a weapon to spit on an already marginalized community. We as black gays receive enough disdain as it is without you using your films to impose that our the hurt and pains of gay black men do not matter. I have always been a fan of your work Mr. Perry, but not anymore. I loved the Have and Have Nots and previous Madea films and even this one I thought was funny and had a lot of potential, but I couldn’t get over the anti-gay disdain shown. Madea comes off as a homophobic and I was waiting for granny to get socked in the face like she likes to do to others when they are offensive. Put grandma back in the grave, Tyler. She overstayed her welcome. Disgusting!

  2. Never seen a Madea movie. But this was funny.
    You're welcome anytime, long as you don't stay too long.
    I'm Mrs. Brown; I'm a Brown too; you're more of a bla…
    Jesus turned water into wine, I gotta go to the liquor store to get mine

  3. I love all Tyler's movies and Madea is my fav but the gay characters emerging in these movies now I'm turned. I never thought they would do that with all the biblical teachings and belief. Will boycott Netflix from now on.

  4. I'm glad Madea is back. I missed her antics in trying to keep her family in line. Her heart is always in the right place, and she gives damned good advice.

  5. This is the best Madea movie in my opinion. I was laughing the whole time. I feel like we don’t get enough Madea and Uncle Joe in the other movies. They are really present in this one. Love it. A comfort movie!

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