Big Momma's House 2

Big Momma's House 2

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Big Momma's House 2 is a 2006 American crime comedy film directed by John Whitesell and written by Don Rhymer. The film is a sequel to Big Momma's House (2000) and stars Martin Lawrence reprising his role as FBI agent Malcolm Turner. The film was released theatrically on 27 January 2006, and was critically panned as critics felt that a sequel was unnecessary. Unlike the original, the film is more family-friendly compared to the first film's more mature target demographic.


Malcolm Turner (Martin Lawrence) has been assigned a desk job in public relations as an FBI agent, since he wants to live with his new wife, Sherry Pierce (Nia Long), during her delivery for the couple's new baby girl. Meanwhile, an incident occurs in Orange County, where Malcolm's old friend, Doug Hudson (Kirk B.R. Woller), has been killed while going undercover. FBI agent Kevin Keneally (Zachary Levi) is doing surveillance on a former US Army military intelligence specialist Tom Fuller (Mark Moses), who has since retired and is working for a private corporation called National Agenda Software. The FBI has reasons to believe that Tom is developing a computer worm which will create backdoors into data stored on U.S. intelligence agency databases. Malcolm, affected by his friend's death, asks his FBI chief Crawford (Dan Lauria) to put him on the case, but Crawford refused Malcolm and told him to stay away for safety reasons. By eavesdropping via webcam, Malcolm found out that the FBI is sending an...
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