Brenda, a single mother with three children, lives in the projects of Chicago and struggles every day to keep her family together. Her oldest son is seventeen, a good boy, and an excellent basketball player, but she can see that he is headed for trouble if she cannot find a way to stabilize her family. When her company closes down and she loses her job, she finds herself at the end of her rope. Then a letter arrives from Georgia announcing the death of her estranged father and inviting her to the funeral and the reading of his will. Enclosed are bus tickets for Brenda and her children. With nowhere else to turn, Brenda decides to go and meet the Browns -- the family she has never known. While there Brenda learns what it is like to be embraced by people who care, and she may even stumble into a new romance. Like other Tyler Perry films, Meet the Browns
places a strong emphasis on faith, family, and the struggles we all face as we try to live right.
Movie Sermon's General Warning
Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns contains brief drug references, and mature themes.