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Blu-ray Review: Big Mommas – Like Father, Like Son

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Special features? You’re soaking in them! First off, there’s an audio commentary for the theatrical version of the film with director John Whitesell; producer David T. Friendly; and actors Brandon T. Jackson, Jessica Lucas, and Portia Doubleday. Two featurettes — “Song And Dance: Momma Style” and “Bigger Busts Countdown” — take you a little bit closer to Hell, while two unwanted music videos from the movie’s dreadful soundtrack — “Baby You Know” and the extra-special extended version of the extra-special (in the short-bus sense) “Lyrical Miracle” — drop you off there for good. The proverbial gag reel that’s thrown into the mixture here is pretty lifeless, as are the deleted scenes.

In conclusion, well, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son is a completely meaningless flick.

Skip it.

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Luigi Bastardo is the disgruntled alter-ego of a thirtysomething lad from Northern California who has watched so many weird movies since the tender age of 3 that a conventional life is out of the question. He currently lives in Chico, CA with four cats named Groucho, Harpo, Chico, and Margaret. Seriously.