Call it “The Tyler Perry Effect.” After all, you can’t make close to three quarters of a billion (with a “B”) dollars at the box office and not have everyone in Hollywood stand up and take notice - and this with an underserved demographic as your fiscal base and a one note act that sees a grown man dress in drag to deliver pro-God sermons and old school smackdowns. No one ever called Perry an auteur, but he continually manages to make watchable entertainment out of screaming, secrets, scandals, and stereotypes. He’s tapped into part of the Black experience in America that seems to have a more universe appeal than other artists working in a similar manner. A good example of this arrives this week, as The Best Man Holiday tries to tap into that now massive market fostered by Perry’s films. The original 1998 comedy may have been part of a beginning, but this seasonally themed sequel now has to play catch-up to madwo(man) Madea and the gang.