Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son :- Watch Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son on Youtube on Fire, To live in the world of Big Momma, it helps if you have the intelligence of a box of instant potatoes. That way, Detective Malcolm Turner (Martin Lawrence) and now his 17-year-old stepson Trey (Brandon T. Jackson) can pass themselves off as women, despite both of them looking like they escaped from a bad Saturday Night Live sketch, and not arouse suspicion. That both of them are able to fool an entire girl’s college campus is one mental hurdle the movie asked of me that I just could not accomplish. Of course, given the attempts at humor on display in Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son, it probably wouldn’t hurt if the audience shared the same IQ as the characters up on the screen. There’s not a single laugh to be had. Believe me, I counted. But then, that’s not surprising when the film’s sole joke was explored to its fullest in 2000’s Big Momma’s House. That was the movie where Lawrence went undercover as a 300 pound Southern granny in order to crack a crime. Somehow, this idea struck a chord with enough people to see the movie gross over $100 million, which led to 2006’s Big Momma’s House 2. It was less successful at the box office, but here we are with the third film. Not only does the Big Momma disguise that Lawrence dons look a little more worn out than before, but Lawrence himself seems confused as to what he’s doing back in the role. It’s an encore performance that no one, not even the star, asked for. Lawrence is back as Malcolm, although his love interest (played in the previous two films by Nia Long) is nowhere to be seen. I guess they couldn’t pay her enough to come back, so they explain in dialogue that she’s away at a retreat. This leaves Malcolm to deal with family problems on his own, such as stepson Trey wanting to ditch a college education at Duke University, so that he can become a rap artist. Trey is underage, and needs his dad’s signature in order to sign a contract with a music producer.
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Action, Comedy, Crime
Release: Action, Comedy, Crime
IMDB Rating: 4.4/10
Director: John Whitesell
Stars: Martin Lawrence, Brandon T. Jackson, Jessica Lucas