Featuring recurring characters Hattie (Patrice Lovely) and Floyd (Palmer Williams Jr.), the drama centered on the privileged Willis family and the funny family that worked for them.Watch Now is the last movie in which fans will see the silver-haired senior.
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Watch Now, Perry's 2010 stage-to-screen adaptation featured a star-studded Black female cast, including Janet Jackson, Phylicia Rashad, Tessa Thompson, and Kimberly Elise.
Perry's version was a beautiful offering of self-love and healing—but a disturbing scene in the movie (if you've seen it, you know the one) is why it falls shy of our top 20.
Watch Now Tiffany Haddish continues her hot streak in Perry's November 2018 movie, co-starring Whoopi Goldberg, Tika Sumpter, and Omari Hardwick.
With Goldberg and Haddish at the helm, the film had the potential to be a lot funnier.
In the 2012 film, she opened up her home as a safe haven to a troubled married couple, played by actors Eugene Levy and Denise Richards.
The feel-good film didn't rank higher because it's missing the spontaneity and laugh-until-you-cry moments of some of his better works.
Tasked with helping a family reunite, the 2013 holiday release was full of hysterics as Madea lobbied as Santa's little helper.
Watch Now Miss Shirley (played by Chandra Currelley-Young) enlisted Madea and Aunt Bam to assist with getting her family together.
Although, despite the title, fans can breathe a sigh of relief that Perry didn't kill Madea off in the entertaining flick.