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Blu-ray Review - Big Bad Mama


Roger Corman had a thing for movies with "Mama" in the title, and in 1974 he released one of his biggest hits with "Big Bad Mama," not to be confused with "Bloody Mama" or "Crazy Mama." Returning to his love of the gangster genre, Corman offers director Steve Carver a small budget and the star power of Angie Dickinson to make magic happen, with the feature a chaotic offering of violence and combustible character relationships. Carver keeps the picture in a state of unrest for as long as possible, looking to wow viewers with chases and shootouts, but "Big Bad Mama" is really Dickinson's big show, and she delivers a wonderfully enthusiastic performance as the titular criminal. Read the rest at


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