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Madea Christmas Movie Kkk Scene In O Overall, this holiday installment (which includes, no lie, digital Christmas present wipes in between scenes) is one of Perry's worst executed Madea movies. But let's start with the good: Najimy and Larry the Cable Guy do elicit laughs as the surprisingly open-minded \"country folks\" who love the beautiful Lacey and can see why she's a good match for their handsome college-educated son. They might look like bigots, Perry is saying, but they're the progressive ones when it comes to the interracial relationship. Despite changing things up by having the black parent be the prejudiced one (please see Something New for a much better example of this twist on the Guess Who's Coming to Dinner trope), the issue is handled with heavy handed stereotypes and cliches. And it also makes Lacey infinitely less likable as a character, because what kind of person forces their loving, ridiculously handsome husband and his loving parents to pretend they're a paid employee and his poor parents?