Big Mamas Haus 2 (2006)8K
Big Mamas Haus 2: Directed by John Whitesell. With Martin Lawrence, Nia Long, Emily Procter, Zachary Levi. An FBI agent reprises his disguise as a corpulent old lady and takes a job as a nanny in a crime suspect’s house.
“The film talks about the FBI agent Malcolm Turner (Martin Lawrence) again posing himself , whou0026#39;s known as a southern sweet ¨big momma¨, she is a severely overweight but bright old woman . This time he goes undercover , attempting to solve a case , as a foul-mouthed nanny of a family formed by an unhappy mother (Emily Procter) , three sons and whose father (Mark Moses) is a hacker under investigation and passing information to the enemy . Also all complicates with the relationship between the potbellied grandma babysitter and the familiar group . Meanwhile, he has problems with his beautiful pregnant wife (Nia Long) .u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThis sequel expands from original idea but Lawrence and the writers manage to pull it off rather impressively . The jokes are plentiful and is pretty entertaining , the plot doesnu0026#39;t allow for many quiet moments which Lawrence needs to balance out the slapdash . In the former film sporadic laughters are too often mined by scatological and toilet humor but in this movie the gags are more agreeable . Itu0026#39;s a farce with the great master of disguise Lawrence when he takes a make-up by Greg Cannon and is transformed into fat grandma . The story is funny and interesting and the characters are genuine and sympathetic. Film is a Martin Lawrence recital , he makes acrobatics , stooges , tongue twister and pull faces and grimaces . Picture is a vehicle Lawrence , heu0026#39;s a real show man and authentic farceur . Lawrence like his partner Eddie Murphy has plenty of experience with women costumes and acting various roles . Martin Lawrence is well accompanied by a nice support cast such as : Emily Procter, Zachary Levi, Mark Moses , Kat Dennings , Chloë Grace Moretz , Marisol Nichols , among others . Film gets a nice cinematography by Mark Irwin and atmospheric musical score by George S Clinton . The motion picture was allrightly directed by John Whitesell . If you like Lawrenceu0026#39;s crazy acting , youu0026#39;ll enjoy this one.”