Big Bad Mama II

1987

Action / Comedy / Crime

2
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 27%
IMDb Rating 4.7 10 779

Synopsis


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Director

Cast

Angie Dickinson as Wilma McClatchie
Robert Culp as Daryl Pearson
Kelli Maroney as Willie McClatchie
Bruce Glover as Morgan Crawford
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767.96 MB
1280*682
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 23 min
P/S 9 / 40
1.39 GB
1920*1024
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 23 min
P/S 10 / 43

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by whpratt1 6 / 10

ANGIE DICKINSON MADE THIS A FILM CLASSIC!

Angie Dickinson was outstanding in this very comical, drama as (Wilma McClotchie) and her boy crazy daughters Danielle Briseboise(Billy Jean) and Julie McCullough(Polly). Robert Culp (Daryl Pearson) was a reporter who covered the wild and crazy bank robbers all over the countryside. Daryl even watched the daughters go skinny dipping in one scene and nearly had his head blown completely off. Angie Dickinson had lots of sparks and romance with Culp and nothing was left to your imagination. This film was a 4th of July fireworks with everything burning up in the END! This is a classic film for Angie Dickinson fans, a must see if you missed it.

Reviewed by SavalasFan 10 / 10

great cheesy fun!

Roger Corman does it again! I had a wonderful time watching Big Bad Mama II. It's not exactly a work of art, but it is a fun flick! It's great to see Angie back as Big Bad Mama. She's a hell of a lot of fun! Robert Culp brings plenty of panache to his role too. Danielle Brisebois and Julie McCullough are both charming, funny, and sexy. Bruce Glover makes a terrific despicable villain who is fun to hate. Both Big Bad Mama movies are great cheesy flicks to enjoy when you just need some fun escapism. Don't expect an artistic masterpiece. Just pop plenty of corn, settle back in your favorite comfy chair, and enjoy 'em with your favorite beverage.

Reviewed by Woodyanders 8 / 10

Fun sequel to the enjoyable original

1934. Shrewd and two-fisted no-nonsense matriarch Wilma McClatchie (a still lovely and sprightly Angie Dickinson) and her two nubile daughters -- brash Billie Jean (the insanely gorgeous Danielle Brisebois) and the sweet, but rather dim-witted Polly (adorable Julie McCullough) -- get revenge on crooked politician Morgan Crawford (a sublimely slimy Bruce Glover) by not only robbing various banks he owns, but also by kidnapping his nice guy son Jordan (likable Jeff Yagher). Director/co-writer Jim Wynorski relates the compact story at constant quick pace, offers a sharp line in amusing campy'n'cheeky humor, stages the exciting, if less than realistic action scenes with real gusto (said action includes a fierce sisterly catfight and a wild anything-goes brawl in a bordello), manages a few moments of humanity amid all the merry silliness, presents a credible enough evocation of the Great Depression era, and, of course, gives us a generous sprinkling of tasty female nudity (a skinny dipping sequence with Julie and Danielle rates as the undeniable yummy highlight). The solid acting from an able cast helps matters a whole lot: Robert Culp lends excellent support as helpful and compassionate journalist Daryl Pearson, Ebbe Roe Smith is appropriately hateful as Morgan's sleazy assistant Lucas Stroud, Charles Cyphers does well as ornery police chief Stark, and Kelli Maroney has a cool last reel cameo as fast-driving fugitive Willie McClatchie. Robert C. New's polished cinematography boasts plenty of neat cinematic flourishes (I really dug the bullet hole-style scene transitions). Chuck Cirino's twangy and jaunty score hits the harmonic spot. A hugely entertaining outing.

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