Big Momma's House 2 Reviews
It still had its laughs and they were also continous throughout the movie!!
again its a good family movie and worth a watch!
Danny Denzongpa had a cameo appearence in this Movie? I guess the Movie was so boring that I even didnt notice. The Danny Denzongpa? For the sake of his appeareance I will have to watch this Movie again.
Oh I so much enjoy the Movies where he played nice characters which were rare but invaluable!
Actors were all solid, storyline great, and extremly funny. There were a few over-the-top scenes that I could of lived without. Mostly just the scenes that were way unreal but other then those minor unbelievable scenes here and there the movie was great!
Big Momma's House 2 is a much better movie than the first one. There were a number of problems like most related to trying to pull the material in too many directions at once, both in terms of genre and style, that made Big Momma's House uneven and not able to reach its potential. John Whitesell and returning writers Don Rhymer and Darryl Quarles have solved or surmounted all of those problems and produced a relatively unique gem in Big Momma's House 2. The comedy is still frequently of the absurdist variety here, but it's toned down just enough, and the rest of the main characters were made just quirky enough, that the blend is exquisite. Next, unlike the first movie, Don Rhymer and Darryl Quarles didn't add crime elements as an underdeveloped afterthought here. Instead, a crime story remains the focus throughout the movie. The crime story is well written and contains just enough character development to give it effective dramatic weight and drive. Don Rhymer and Darryl Quarles are even able to work in something of a rom-com subplot (involving an errant assumption about a lover) in a similar naturally flowing way, but they keep it appropriately on the back burner. Yet, the highlights of the movie occur when Big Momma interacts with everyday people. Wisely, the focus is kept narrower in these scenes and we get much better character development. There are a couple characters from the crime plot who it would have been nice to interact with more, but even they are surprisingly well developed for the amount of screen time they receive. This is also a somewhat sweeter story given the complex, continually developing relationship between Big Momma and the Fuller family. But that doesn't mean it's not outrageously funny, too.