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It's a bold choice to devote a solid minute of the running time to the famed "Macbeth" monologue including the line, "a tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury signifying nothing." Bold, and like the rest of the movie, a little too self-aware.
Mother's great feat is that it's a movie that manages to be both exploitative and progressive.
It's high camp, and whoever at the network green-lit it -- assuming, of course, they were in on the joke -- is brilliant.
The movie is much ado about nothing, feeling desperately thin and pointless. At first promising campy fun, it's soon simply mystifying, then misguided, gross and finally tiresome in its look-at-me-ness.
The monsters here serve as larger metaphors, but thankfully Danger's heavy-handed themes don't kill a fun campy Saturday movie night.
It's probably the most unnecessary and unwanted remake in film history and yet Franco plays it straight (ahem) and respectful.
[Mother May I Sleep] is both a knowing study of Lifetime camp and an updated execution of it.
Blood, sexual violence in campy TV horror remake.
MMISWD v2.0 is to the original classic as your health-nut cousin's carob oatmeal protein balls are to Pepperidge Farm Sausalito cookies. To even compare them is an affront to everything that is good in this world.
While Mother May I Sleep with Danger? aims to be both a remake and a parody it fails on both counts.
Not nearly the subversive deconstruction that Lifetime probably hoped for when they hired Franco in the first place.
Mother, May I Sleep with Danger? miraculously doesn't buckle under the self-serious weight of its myriad references.
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