'Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead' Review: The Laughs Are Alive

Manya Singh

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A black single mother (Patricia Williams) suffers a panic attack and leaves her

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four children in the care of an elderly dictator (June Squibb) for the summer.

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Squibb has played many grumpy grandmothers; Still, Ms. Sturak remains steadfast.

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“I watch Madea movies! I know how to discipline you!” She screams with a pistol in her hand.

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When she calms down, people sensitive to abuse will feel relieved.

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There are some children who dispose of the dead body in a disrespectful manner and then realize that they need money to eat.

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Chuck Hayward's rapid-fire script squeezes a joke into every sentence and an economic discovery into almost every scene.

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