Film Review: BAD GRANDMAS (Canada 2016)

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Bad Grandmas Poster
Four grandmothers accidentally kill a con man. When his partner shows up, things go south quickly.


Pam GrierJudge ReinholdFlorence Henderson

It has barely been two weeks since two films about old ladies hits the screen.  There was THE BEST OF THEIR LIVES and now BAD GRANDMAS, a Canadian feature where one granny accidentally kills her friend’s bad son-in-law resulting in all other cronies trying to hide the body and cover up the deed.

The film’s first scene shows an American flag out front of a building of an insurance company in this IndieCan production.  Obviously, the film is set in the States (Southern U.S.A. to be more accurate) to expand the film’s marketing base.  All the grandmas in the film thus speak with a southern drawl.

The film contains typical scenes of the…

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