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Blu-ray Review - Crazy Mama


After making a strong impression with his quickie work on 1974's "Caged Heat," director Jonathan Demme stuck with producer Roger Corman for 1975's "Crazy Mama." A tale of a dire financial straits temporary alleviated by old-fashioned robbery, "Crazy Mama" is a wild burst of screen energy, dealing with criminal interests, family business, and road trip activity, with Demme aiming to ride the picture as hard as possible before the production eventually tries to find a resolution. It's a chaotic endeavor, but this Demme's happy place, working to generate as much commotion as possible before viewers catch on to the thinness of the material. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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