Meet the BrownsDirector: Chet Brewster, Tyler Perry
When Pop Brown went to meet his maker at the ripe old age of 107, the 400 dollars he left to his grieving family wasn't even enough to cover the cost of his modest funeral. For the past eleven years, eldest son L.B. and his wife Sarah were the only ones who cared for Pop, but when the funeral funds run short, L.B. and Sarah's daughter, Mi-Lay, quickly arrives on the… See more details below
When Pop Brown went to meet his maker at the ripe old age of 107, the 400 dollars he left to his grieving family wasn't even enough to cover the cost of his modest funeral. For the past eleven years, eldest son L.B. and his wife Sarah were the only ones who cared for Pop, but when the funeral funds run short, L.B. and Sarah's daughter, Mi-Lay, quickly arrives on the scene to cover the remainder of the bill. As the rest of the Brown family arrives to bid Pop his final farewell, the best and the worst of the family unit brings joys of laughter and tears to the grieving family. Penned by Diary of a Mad Black Woman scribe Tyler Perry, Meet the Browns contains all of the unique and sometimes touching insight that has made Perry a popular figure of stage and screen.
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Cast & Crew
1. Main Titles/Sleeping With a Dead Man [5:47]
2. Company's Coming [5:10]
3. Good Taste and Class [6:05]
4. The Dance Teacher [6:15]
5. Find a Good Woman [5:19]
6. I Believe in Love [6:25]
7. The Fear of God [6:39]
8. Cora and the Reverend [4:37]
9. I Want a Good Man [2:43]
10. Hitting a Nerve [4:07]
11. A Visit From Gerald [4:39]
12. Child Support Jr. [2:25]
13. The Devil Is a Liar [4:04]
14. Don't Give Up on Me [6:06]
15. Feel Him in My Feet [4:34]
16. Shut Up and Listen [4:49]
17. The Good and the Bad [1:54]
18. How to Repent [12:23]
19. Asking Forgiveness [6:02]
20. One Mistake [10:20]
21. Saints Marching In [5:57]
22. Brown's Eulogy [2:05]
23. Ain't Nothin' Like Family [10:16]
24. Curtain Call/End Credits [10:22]
Tyler Perry DVD Introduction
Behind the Scenes & Bonus Footage
Selected Scene Commentary With Tyler Perry
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CORA'S THE ONE SLINGIN' THE GUNS IN THIS SHOW AND SHE LOOKS EXTRA CUTE WITH HER NEW/OLD FLAME. THE WHOLE MOVIE IS HOT AND A MUST SEE FOR ALL THOSE MADEA FANS. SEE IT, SEE IT NOW!!!
This play was halerious! Now I can truley say that Mr. Brown is truley a hot mess! Him and his sister Vira. It was really enjoyable, I laughed through the whole thing. If you haven't seen this play or any other of the Tyler Perry plays, go out there and see them asap!
tyler perry, i would just like to say that all of your plays are off da chain!!! they are all hilarious. but meet the browns pushes hilarious to the edge. for all of you who are reading this review and looking for a good time laughing, put this play on your list of dvds to rent or purchase. do it now!!! the whole cast, especially the manns, are at their best. qudos to everyone who participated. may God continue to bless you and keep you.
As an african-american preacher I know just how hard it is to find good wholesome entertainment. One thing is for sure, Tyler Perry has hit the nail right on the head! ...or should I say, the funny-bone! Not only did I meet the browns, got to treat, creet, and eat the browns. Yummie. ...And let me let me tell you about this Madea character. She is as funny as she is attractive. I tell you, as a man of faith, I would let her kneel at my alter as I drizzle my holy water down her face. God certainly made one fine lady named Madea! The rest of the BROWNS are funny too. You've got wise ol' Brownsworth Brown. Mama Browina Brown. The always drunk yet lovible Uncle 'Sloppy' Brown. And who could forget those adorible Brownies. Yes you might say you've got yourself a handful of hilarious Brown.