If this trailer deserves any credit -- and it most certainly does not -- it's that at least it looks slightly less nauseating than Big Momma's: Like Father, Like Son, another umpteenth addition to a shameful series with an awkwardly placed apostrophe in its title -- so that's mildly uplifting, but then you realize Big Momma's came out, like, a month ago, and it depresses you even more because America's thirst for odious racial humiliation is apparently not quenched by one of these turds per year. Bring it on, Hollywood! Chris Tucker, where is your fat suit?
Speaking of Chris Tucker, no, you're right: You did just witness Madea plagiarizing word-for-word a Chris Tucker line from Rush Hour -- which, plagiarizing Chris Tucker? Come on. If you're going to rip something off, at least rip off something good. Then again, if you're going to cobble together a movie out of stereotypes about black people, you might as well throw a few about Asians in there, too.
Yep, pretty much all this movie needs to be the most distasteful portrait of African American life imaginable would be a cameo from Maury Povich -- oh, wait, that's in there, too. Hey, but did you see how she really likes ham? Haha, because you know how black women can't get enough ham.