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Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son

Malcolm Turner employs the services of Big Momma to unravel the mystery behind a murder, and the duo must be quicker than the killer.
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Dave White
April 04, 2011 I laughed when it was as dumb as it should be. I was bored when it wasn't.
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Shaun Munro
December 31, 2011 It's frighteningly impressive that a one-note gag has spawned three dreadful films and hundreds of millions of dollars in box office receipts. Wherever will they go next? Big Mommas 3D?
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Grae Drake
May 20, 2011 If you didn't enjoy the first two movies, don't see this.
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Bruce Demara Toronto Star
February 18, 2011 An assessment of the film as part of a dissertational examination of Lawrence's contribution to comedic posterity and to African-American cultural history will surely note that the film was not pre-screened for critics in advance.
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Elizabeth Weitzman New York Daily News
February 18, 2011 If Tyler Perry finds liberation in lipstick, Lawrence has become suffocated by Spanx.
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Mark Olsen Los Angeles Times
February 18, 2011 A film so drained of entertainment or simple humanity it is difficult to relate to as anything other than industrial artifact.
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James Luxford The National (UAE)
September 01, 2011 it is likely that this shambles will be the final nail in the coffin of the career of a man once touted as The Next Eddie Murphy.
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Keith Phipps AV Club
February 18, 2011 Even Big Momma deserves better than this.
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Tom Russo Boston Globe
November 24, 2011 Looking back, it's strange to remember that the first two movies were both hits, and that Paul Giamatti and Terrence Howard even saw enough in the premise to sign up for the original. At this point, it's really all just flab.
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Mike Hale New York Times
February 18, 2011 It seems fair to point out that of all the cross-dressing comedies of recent decades, none has channeled Some Like It Hot quite so thoroughly.
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John Beifuss Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)
May 24, 2011 A mashup of 'Some Like It Hot' (leering rooster-in-the-henhouse voyeurism) and 'Glee' (peppy musical interludes), that, on the plus side, grapples with the potent issue of young black male identity...
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James Plath Movie Metropolis
May 04, 2012 The father/stepson angle applies a much-needed Heimlich maneuver to a series that was choking, but it's not enough.
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IMDb: 7
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