Odd that Tyler Perry would pursue financial remedy for a stalker situation, but he believes that he is entitled to the money because of the “discomfort and annoyance caused by the diminished value of peaceful enjoyment” he now has to endure.From what we can tell, however, there was only one incident between the two at the alleged location where Sole reportedly trespassed in order to talk with Perry.Tyler Perry's "Madea" franchise, based on his popular one-man shows, is an unstoppable juggernaut with a built-in audience. So it's a mixed and annoying bag, and "A Madea Christmas" is no different.It features the adventures and mishaps of one "Aunt Madea", played by Perry himself in drag. The story told here is both simple and mind-bendingly complex.Perry is now asking for a restraining order that would require Sole to stay more than 500 feet away from him. Perry also wants Sole to undergo a psychological evaluation and receive treatment as well as pay Perry a minimum of $100 thousand dollars!The lawsuit doesn’t state the capacity in which sole was employed—perhaps because it might have been awkward to list “secret lover” as a job title.
The Ebert Club is our hand-picked selection of content for Ebert fans.Lacey's mom is the biggest racist in the film (and that's saying a lot seeing as there is one scene where Madea stumbles into an actual Ku Klux Klan meeting), and refuses to treat the white people in her midst with even the barest bones of politeness.Larry the Cable Guy and Madea get along like a house afire, which is one of the more bizarre elements of the film, ripe with comedic possibilities, some of which actually come to fruition.Perry claims that his “ex-employee” (yep, they don’t call them “jobs” for nothin’) showed up at a studio where Perry was at and looked himself in a room refusing to leave until Perry spoke to him.
The chief of security was apparently baffled as to how Sole was able to get into the studio.
Eileen wants to go surprise her for Christmas, but there is the small problem that Eileen does not drive.