her tender beauty lights up the screen.
It is a pleasure to see a movie produced featuring positive
African-American role models for everyone to emulate. The soundtrack,
which I plan to purchase, had the audience dancing in their seats.
Although I'm not usually fond of comedies, "Big Momma's House" still
has me smiling. Run to see this enjoyable, uplifting film.
Humorous, no edge
Mike Arvizu of Glendale is a student at Glendale Community College.
No other movie would have given Martin Lawrence better pleasure to do
than "Big Momma's House." Entry into the plot is well-defined; we know
early on what the story is going to be about, so the storyline is easy to
follow, giving the audience one less thing to worry about, which allows
for the endless barrage of humor that is Lawrence to seep in.
Certain action scenes that one might comprehend as serious are made
into a circus by Lawrence's antics and facetious remarks. This picture is
a simple story, filled with the witty humor that only Lawrence can
portray effectively. This picture's climax is somewhat surprising at the
end, but even this is predictable and doesn't offer much of a creative