Rated: PG-13 for sexual references, drug content, language and some horror images. Reviewed by: Frank Release date: October 21, 2017 Released by: Lions Gate Films
Boo 2 is much like the first, dull, boring, and bland. One needs to like four people sitting in a car or a living room bickering through out the film.
When the four main characters are not on the screen which is not very often, the story revolves around Tyler's daughter reaching eighteen and determined to head to an overnight with a boyfriend at a camp grounds where murder occurred in the past.
Tyler is opposed but his estranged wife is willing to cover the experience for her daughter. So off she goes for the night with a group of friends who begin to experience not so frightening characters in and around the camp grounds.
Perry as usual attempts to edge a lesson into the film for the father learn to trust the daughter, and the daughter learn to be a little more careful before she jumps into new adventures.
Perry has run out of inspiration for Madea, when she dominates a film we can't stop laughing, but here she only argues and bickers with friends and relatives and puts the audience to sleep.
Boo 2 is frightening only for folks who enjoy films that entertain.
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