The movie starts at St. Mary’s Prep where Tiffany (Diamond White) and her friend Gabriella (Inanna Sarkis) are getting out of class. It’s Tiffany’s birthday, and she knows her dad is going to do his lame tradition like every year. Sure enough, Brian (Tyler Perry) is waiting outside with a birthday hat on, along with his gift for Tiffany. She was expecting him to get her a car since she’s turning 18, but Brian says she doesn’t know how to drive yet. Tiffany’s mother Debrah (Taja V. Simpson) pulls up with her husband Calvin (Akende Munalula) and surprises Tiffany with a new car, to her excitement and Brian’s dismay.
Brian goes home to Madea, Joe (both played by Tyler Perry), Aunt Bam (Cassi Davis) and Hattie (Patrice Lovely) to complain over Debrah giving Tiffany a car when she can’t drive it and for not working for it. While they agree with Brian, they razz him for getting Tiffany only headphones as her big gift. Tiffany takes her new car out for a test drive, and Gabriella realizes Joe was right – Tiffany can’t drive. The girls show up at a frat house to talk to the frat’s heads over getting invited to their Halloween party.
Jonathan (Yousef Erakat) and Dino (Mike Tornabene) don’t want them there after what happened at the previous year’s party, and they can’t even have the party at their frat house. When they find out that Tiffany is 18 now and she convinces them that she can make it a fun night, Jonathan tells the girls that the party will be at Lake Derrick, which was the site of a series or murders 15 years earlier. Although a bit reluctant, the girls agree to go to the party. Moments later, a crazy girl named Anna (Hannah Stocking) drives on the lawn to find her boyfriend Horse (Brock O’Hurn) and flip out on him for being with another girl.
Tiffany returns home to find that Brian has thrown her a surprise party, which doesn’t surprise her and is also super lame. Brian got a petting zoo and performers, and just about everyone else thinks the party isn’t great either. Brian hangs out with Gabriella’s father Victor (Tito Ortiz) to discuss their growing daughters. Meanwhile, Tiffany and Gabriella, joined by their friend Leah (Lexy Panterra), ask Debrah if she can let them go to the party, since Brian would never say yes. Debrah says yes but warns them to be careful. Madea overhears the whole thing and goes to tell Brian where the girls are going, just after Victor let Gabriella go to the party. Brian and Debrah argue before Brian and Victor resolve to do something about this.
The girls go to Lake Derrick where Rae Sremmurd is performing. Anna has another freak out over seeing Horse with another girl. Soon, party goers begin to get picked off by two large men in masks and a small girl that resembles Samara from the “Ring” movies. The girls think they are being haunted by the ghost of Derrick and his daughter. Madea, Joe, Hattie, and Bam drive out in pursuit of the girls. They come across Leah, who just ran away after one of the men took Horse. The ladies split up while Joe stays in the car. Quickly, they are also terrorized by the large men and the girl.
Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween is a 2017 American comedy horror film written, produced, directed by and starring Tyler Perry. It is the tenth film in the Madea series, the sequel to Boo! A Madea Halloween (2016), and the third Madea film (after Madea’s Witness Protection and Boo!) not adapted from a stage play. The film was released on October 20, 2017, by Lionsgate, received negative reviews from critics and has grossed $48 million. At the 38th Golden Raspberry Awards the film received three nominations: Worst Actress (for Perry), Worst Screen Combo (Tyler Perry & either the ratty old dress or worn-out wig) and Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel.
Boo 2! A Madea Halloween (2017)
Directed by: Tyler Perry
Starring: Tyler Perry, Cassi Davis, Patrice Lovely, Yousef Erakat, Diamond White, Lexy Panterra, Andre Hall, Brock O’Hurn, Inanna Sarkis, Taja V. Simpson, Tito Ortiz, Hannah Stocking
Screenplay by: Tyler Perry
Production Design by: Paul Wonsek
Cinematography by: Richard J. Vialet
Film Editing by: Larry Sexton
Costume Design by: Crystal Hayslett
Music by: Philip White
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual references, drug content, language and some horror images.
Distributed by: Lionsgate Films
Release Date: October 20, 2017