These Halloween-obsessive writers, an idea that unites the Madea character with all the ridiculous (and the best), the author-director-actor Tyler Perry’s (A Madea Christmas in 2013) It feels like the birth of my wildest dreams.
In fact, “Boa! Madea’s Feast” takes a buggy from the 2014 Chris Rock comedy “Top Five” and makes it a prophecy, and thank goodness. It just makes a concept attractive to not seeing fruit, and Perry is not disappointed. During the hours of trick or treat, the garage set is like a haunted house, a little chilly, but mostly silly and funny, not to get serious, but to play seasonally. In addition, it is worth the most consistent and tonally controlled of all Madea movies that he has done before.