FBI agent Malcolm Turner and his son, Trent, go undercover at an all-girls performing arts school after Trent witnesses a murder. Posing as Big Momma and Charmaine, they must find the murderer before he finds them.Written by
An example of how this movie might ruin your life.
So most of you have probably already read the reviews which state why this movie is bad in just about every way, but i want to let you know in my review how watching this movie may actually be detrimental to your quality of life. There is this girl who i like very much. She is the type of woman who i would love to marry someday, but unfortunately she goes to a college in a city about 3 hours away form my university, so i rarely get to see her. We managed to develop something of a friendly relationship this summer, and so we keep up by texting and skyping regularly, and such. She came in to town this weekend, so i was very excited to do everything i could to impress her and show her that the boys at her school cant compare to my undeniable swag. Everyhting was going perfect. we met up, we hung out at a football game with some friends, went to sonic, and decided to rent a movie.... For some reason, the two of us and the three other friends we were with thought that "Big Mamas house: like father like son" might be a wise movie choice. We couldn't have been further from the truth. The movie is not even 'so stupid its funny' funny. We all sat in my living room with no expression on our faces and headaches and glazed eyes. My evening was ruined. She is never going to come to my house again. Thank you big mama for ruining my potential satisfaction in life. don't see this movie, under any circumstances, but particularly if you care about anyone around you.
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