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Not as good as the first but still worth watching if you seen and liked the first one. Overall a passable movie.
Better and even more fun than its predecessor, Big Momma's House 2 is a film with competent direction by John Whitesell, a good screenplay by Don Rhymer featuring great jokes, great makeup and fun performances by Martin Lawrence, Nia Long, Zachary Levi, Kat Dennings and Chloe Grace Moretz
A pointless sequel if there ever was one, Martin Lawrence can be admired for trying to take this project seriously (keyword: trying) but since the one-joke premise wasn't all that funny the first time around, why in the hell would they think it would work the second time?
Very funny, but not as good as the first
3,75-10-Anton R. Skovborg
fun movie and nice story line
Very great movie watched it on Netflix. I don't no what is wrong with tomatoes but this was good quality
Such a good movie. It's really funny. You'll love it.
I like this movie, it's funny. Maybe people who criticize this movie expect just "La La Lands" and "Dunkirks" on screen. That's not the proposal. This is a family comedy, flavoured with pinky salty messagens of "value your family", "don't put work over your loved ones", and with spices of Martin's excellent characterization of BIg Momma. It's not a movie to reflect about life and love, but it can certainly entretain you in a harmless way.
It’s a Big Mama’s House movie... ain’t great but ain’t bad. 12/26/17 - M&D’s
Very few laughs in terrible, unoriginal comedy.