What Is a List of the Madea Movies in Order?

Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Madea’s Family Reunion, Meet the Browns, Madea Goes to Jail, I Can Do Bad All by Myself, Madea’s Big Happy Family, Madea’s Witness Protection, A Madea Christmas, and Boo! A Madea Halloween, Boo 2! A Madea Halloween and Family Funeral. According to Tyler Perry, A Madea Family Funeral is the final Madea film. Perry told the Hollywood Reporter that he wanted to move on from the persona that helped make him famous because he wanted to work on other projects.

Perry had a difficult upbringing, but he turned his life around when he began writing and directing plays in Atlanta theatres in the 1990s. I Can Do Bad All by Myself, his first play featuring Madea, debuted in 2000 and was adapted into a film in 2009. Perry, who dresses as an elderly woman to portray Madea, describes her as a blend of his mother and aunt.

Perry’s debut Madea film, Diary of a Mad Black Woman, originated as a stage play. It relates the story of a wealthy couple whose 18th wedding anniversary is approaching when the husband decides to leave his wife. She reacts with the terrible news by fleeing to her grandma Madea’s residence. It was made available in 2005.

The Journal of a Mad Black Woman

The Family Reunion of Madea

Madea’s Family Reunion, released in 2006, was also based on one of Perry’s plays. In the film, Madea assumes custody of defiant adolescents, assists her nieces with marital issues, and simultaneously prepares a family reunion.

Introduce yourself to the Browns

Meet the Browns (2008) was also based on a play by Perry. It is the story of a Chicago-based single mother who travels to Atlanta for her father’s funeral and discovers a quirky family she never knew she had. Madea appears in a cameo role in the film.

Madea Goes to Jail

Madea Goes to Jail, like Perry’s other films, began as a play and became a blockbuster movie picture in 2009. After a high-speed pursuit, Madea winds up in jail, and the film depicts how her family rallies around her to help her regain her freedom.

I Can Do Bad All By Myself

I Can Do Bad All By Myself, another 2009 film that began as a play, begins with three teens attempting to loot Madea’s house. She places the wayward children with an aunt who has her own difficulties, and they all learn valuable life lessons.

The Big Happy Family of Madea

Madea’s Big Happy Family premiered in 2011 and centres on Madea’s niece who has a health issue and wants to tell her three children. Madea attempts to bring her three children together because they are too preoccupied with their own lives to give her much attention. This film was likewise adapted from a play by Perry.

The Witness Protection of Madea

Madea’s Witness Protection is a 2012 film about Madea’s nephew, the chief financial officer of a bank who discovers he’s been set up in a mob-related Ponzi scheme. The only option for the nephew is to enrol in the witness protection programme and move in with his aunt in Atlanta.

A Madea Christmas

In the 2013 film A Madea Christmas, Madea observes the holidays. Madea and her friend drive to a rural area to visit the friend’s kid, but they find more than they bargained for.

Boo! An annual Madea Halloween

Boo! A Madea Halloween, the first of two Madea Halloween films, aired in 2016. The film depicts Madea caring for a bunch of delinquent youngsters and battling ghosts, zombies, and other spooky creatures that appear at Halloween.

A Madea Halloween Boo2!

The 2017 release of the second Madea Halloween film is a mixture of comedy and horror. Madea and her friends visit a scary campground in Boo2! A Madea Halloween.

A Family Funeral for Madea

The 2019 film A Madea Family Funeral, according to Perry, will be the last time the character appears on the big screen. Madea and her usual crew fly to a 40th-anniversary party when one half of the couple being honoured dies in the midst of an affair. Throughout the remainder of the film, Madea and her group are required to conceal the reason of death.


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