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Meet the Browns

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The life of a single mother, who has somehow a comfortable life with her small family, has been changed completely, when she travels to Georgia, in order to attend the funeral of her father, whom she has never met before, and meets with the Browns family, with whom she falls in love and challenges her alike.
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Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)
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July 11, 2008

The inner-city melodrama is as sticky as ever, but the downhome Georgia comedy is genuinely funny.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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February 06, 2012

Of the many talented black actresses given a rare chance to shine thanks to Perry's films, [Angela Bassett] is possibly the most talented.
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Salon.com
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March 24, 2008

Meet the Browns is packed with raucous dinner-table banter and broad double takes; sometimes the gags are funny, but usually they're just trying too hard.
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NewsBlaze
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June 27, 2008

Master of disguise Perry's tangled web of narrative threads range from poignant to positively awful.
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Washington Post
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March 24, 2008

To appreciate Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns, there's really only one requirement: Loosen up.
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TheFilmFile.com
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November 14, 2013

Getting to the end is more chore than treat.
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Entertainment Weekly
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March 26, 2008

The importance of faith, church, kin, staying off drugs, sharing food, repenting from sin, forgiving sinners, appreciating a good black man, rejecting a bad one, and honoring black matriarchy is enumerated with typical, reassuring Perry broadness.
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TheMovieReport.com
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March 29, 2009

After taking some steps toward maturity and shades of grey in his last film, Perry takes a step backward, retreating to broad schtick and black-and-white formula.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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March 24, 2008

There are a few laughs and some touching moments, but nothing you couldn't get by watching episodes of Good Times and Little House on the Prairie back to back.
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Austin Chronicle
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October 18, 2008

Moral: guns, basketball = interesting; hospital beds, recovery time = dull, and therefore unnecessary.
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Village Voice
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March 25, 2008

Unlike Diary, the drama here is buoyant enough to handle the contrast of its too-silly slapstick.
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Orlando Sentinel

March 24, 2008

Whatever progress the man was making, Browns is a Madea-sized big fat step backward.
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