Crappy Mother's Day



IMDb Rating 3 10 20

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
May 04, 2021 at 05:14 PM



Jackie Debatin as Totie
Louis Mustillo as Rodger
720p.WEB 1080p.WEB
745.25 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 21 min
P/S 2 / 20
1.35 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 21 min
P/S 4 / 11

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by rannynm 8 / 10

If You Think Your Family Is Crazy, Think Again!

If you think your family is crazy, think again. When three generations of women, Sarah (Kristen Krak), Totie (Jackie Debatin) and Grandma (Vivien Landau) attempt to celebrate Mother's Day, things go from bad to worse - immediately. From a senile grandmother to whacky uncles to a grandpa who is buried in the backyard, keeping the family together for a single day proves a difficult task, especially when Sarah brings her fiancé into the mix. You don't need to be a master chef to figure out that this is a recipe for a really "Crappy Mother's Day."

Director Dan Karlok lets go of the reins and allows slap stick comedy to insert itself at every turn of the movie. Though the comedy is hilarious, some of the scenes are a bit longer than needed and a bit random. The acting is wonderful, making this family look absolutely wacky and wild. None of the relationships seem normal. Kristen Krak, as Sarah, really appears to be the only normal person in the family. Addison Anderson, as James, plays a very fun character that breaks out of his shell as the movie develops. Bill Rutkoski, the crazed fiancé of Totie, is very believable. I certainly wouldn't want him for a stepdad. Vivien Landau plays the perfect mean, old grandma. John Rutkoski and Mike Rutkoski, as Uncle Lenny and Uncle Donny respectively, nail the Planet of the Apes-obsessed uncles. My favorite characters are Grandma and Aunt Sonny (Marie Lenzie) because they are the most entertaining. They are always arguing and fighting in humorous ways, like two old, senile bats that love tormenting each other.

The message that is your family is the only family you have and, as crazy as you think they might be, they love you. Also, when getting married, be prepared for your newly expanded family and find something in common, even if it's just Planet of the Apes boxers. There is profanity, some mature topics and heavy drinking.

I give Crappy Mother's Day 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 14 to 18, plus adults. This film releases on VOD May 4, 2021. Reviewed by Katherine S., KIDS FIRST!

Reviewed by purevision-83513 8 / 10

Very funny stupid humor..

This movie seems to be getting dogged by reviews but thats not really fair at all.. Yes this is an independent film & yes this is stupid humor thats meant to Make You Laugh.. if your looking for Adam Sandler to stroll through the door its not gonna happen but if your intention is to watch a movie with outlandish characters & have a few laughs this scores well across the board. The two main characters were a bit weak but the supporting roles legitimately had me cracking up. If you have an extended eccentric family like i do, this will hit home..

Reviewed by BandSAboutMovies 4 / 10

Not all crappy

Sarah and James (Kristen Krak and Addison Anderson) are in love, the kind of love where you start talking about living together. Then, the world that Sarah has built for the two of them falls apart, because her mother, the woman that she's always told him is dead, just so happens to show up and be completely and utterly alive. Whoops.

Her mother, Totie (Jackie Debatin, who played Elizabeth the Stripper in three episodes of The Office), along with her one-eyed partner Dimpy (Bill Rutkoski, who also wrote this) seem more like children than Sarah. Perhaps even scarier is that Totie is about to have another baby. This reunion brings the entire family - including Grandma (Vivien Landau, Shiva Baby) - for that most matronly of holidays, Mother's Day.

You can guess from the name of this movie that things don't go oh so well, right?

Director, producer and editor Dan Karlok is a vet of Law and Order, worked for 22 episodes as a best boy and 44 as a gaffer. He also directed Joan Rivers: Exit Laughing and Sid Caesar: On the Language of Comedy.

Rutkoski brother Mike - who wrote Baby Frankenstein - plays one of the weird uncles, Donny, while another sibling, John, plays yet another uncle named Lenny. This is one out there family, as they're given to randomly recreating Planet of the Apes as part of their holiday celebration.

We get more horror than comedies sent to us, but if you're looking for a break from all the mayhem and a funny way to spend the holiday with or without your mom, check out Crappy Mother's Day.

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