mommy dearset is very heartbroke its sillendicous amount of comprostaty in this book siplies cindy with tremendous amounts of difficulty durring the toughf times in her life.
>>By kim (Monday, 2 Dec 2002 21:06)
I thought Mommy Dearest was disturbing. I believe not everybody deserves to be a mother. Not even Joan Crawford.
>>By Imma (Wednesday, 8 Jan 2003 04:44)
how did they do the hitting scenes di she actualy hit the child and spank her or was it fake cause it looked so real the poor child y would u b in a movie lyk that please answer
>>By megzy (Wednesday, 22 Jan 2003 02:42)
Man this movie rocked, I loved watching this movie . It made me lagh and cry at the same time, and whats funny about this is that I never watched the movie. Just Horsing around
>>By Ice (Thursday, 27 Feb 2003 15:46)
Loved the movie. I always serve my meat very rare, because the doctor says it is good to do so. I like limestone salad, wearing shoulder pads, having anchovy eyebrows and calling all women by the name of Christina, "Tina darling". Coffee Tina? The wire hanger scene and the choking scene were beautifully done. Helga, I am not mad at you, I am mad at the dirt.
Perino's is my restaurant. I am Hollywood Royalty.
>>By Joannie your are aces! (Wednesday, 5 Mar 2003 22:04)
I beleive that Joan Crawford was seriously memtally disturbed. She was a very evil women and appeared to me to love no one but herself. Her children where a mere publicity stunt. It appears that the only thing she ever really loved was money.
>>By Nicnac17@ aol.com (Tuesday, 11 Mar 2003 22:09)
I think joan Crawford was a vary talited women. But she must have had a vary unhappy childhood. It tares me up inside to think someone could thret her children like that. She never loved her chidren, Just the money.
>> By Lil' Miss A
>>By Lil'Miss A (Wednesday, 12 Mar 2003 19:07)
You people are boneheads. (Sunday, 16 Mar 2003 02:30)
Lill MISS: It's "TALENTED". That is how it is spelled.
>>By Spell Checker (Sunday, 16 Mar 2003 21:54)
i love this movie , it's so disturbing and scary because alot of this stuff really happens. the only things that joan crawford could love is herself and the money . the movie is disturbing but also i think very beautiful .
>>By lilyth (Monday, 17 Mar 2003 00:48)
who cares how you spell... you must not have a life.... get one!
>>By spell checker killers anonymous (Wednesday, 19 Mar 2003 15:14)
i hate mean parents, my step-mom is mean, she locks me in my room, for 5 weeks at a time! i hate her
>>By mistreated child (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Wednesday, 19 Mar 2003 15:20)
This is one of my all time favorite movies. Faye Dunaway who played Joan Crawford deserve an Oscar or something just for her,"Because I'm Damn mad!" line. The dialogue is awesome and the acting is over the top. 4 stars.
>>By Dave (Friday, 21 Mar 2003 19:40)
ah i think it was scarey......TRIVIA QUESTION? who played JOAN CRAWFORD in the movie? .........ok so some people cant spell.....let it be........and no correcting others!
>>By Jmom (Sunday, 23 Mar 2003 06:38)
oops...........i guess i cant even read let alone spiell.......spell.........see yah..........it must be Faye and i won............nothing
>>By Jmom (Sunday, 23 Mar 2003 06:40)
I was wondering if someone could tell me the name of the actress who played Joan Crawford's teenage daughter in Mommy Dearest?
>>By K.D. (Saturday, 29 Mar 2003 05:33)
saw the movie when about 12( 31 now)
exactly was i was going through (and nobody did anything about it, esp. the neighbours who MUST have HEARD something - people are such assholes most of the time)
more or less managed to make it to adulthood (though completely flunked college )
for more info, people who act like that (abusing parents, spouses, or moral-harassers at the workplace) are narcissic perverts (in french "perversion narcissic")
if you can't care for others, please don't have pets or kids
>>By email@example.com (Tuesday, 1 Apr 2003 19:41)
This movie really touched me, i had a child hood very much like "cindys". My mother was very hurtfull with things she said and did to me. She would also hit me. I was able to relate to the movie and it in some way made me feel better.
>>By Merc' (Friday, 4 Apr 2003 23:01)
i thought it was sad when she beat the little girl with the wire hanger. they need to put that movie back @ the video stores...........well if anyone wants to give me their pespective, or if they disagree please email. thank you.
>>By firstname.lastname@example.org (Saturday, 5 Apr 2003 07:08)
this movie was so touching, and eye opeing to the expierence and lifestyle of this character we all watched
>>By Cheryl (Saturday, 26 Apr 2003 01:25)
How do you folks know this movie is an accurate portrayal?
She portrayed as a freak in this movie-
>>By scotch (Sunday, 27 Apr 2003 20:06)
I was *so* disturbed. (Friday, 2 May 2003 06:58)
THIS IS THE GREATEST BOOK I HAVE EVER READ AND THE GREATEST MOVIE I HAVE EVER SEEN.TO SEE HOW MEAN JOAN WAS TO HER CHILDREN. I AM GLAD CHRISTINA AND HER BROTHER BROUGHT THIS TO THE LIGHT
>>By BABYGIRL (Monday, 5 May 2003 21:01)
I'm going to get my thick metal wire hanger and beat you all with it!
>>By Joan Crawford back from hell (Tuesday, 6 May 2003 21:47)
heh...my math teacher impersonates this movie like "Christina...Mommy is teaching at the board now...."
>>By JAMEEN (Friday, 16 May 2003 00:34)
Mommy, I didn't mean to use wire clothes hangers! Mommy, really...I'm sorry. Don't beat me. I like my steak well done cuz raw meat gives you worms. Don't we have maids to scrub the bathroom floor? C'mon Mommy, it's 2 a.m.
>>By Christina Crawford (Friday, 16 May 2003 01:38)
I too had a troubled childhood starting at 7 ending at 18. i liked the movie because i could relate and it made me feel as if i wasnt the only one.
thank you for allowing me to give my opinion
>>By lana (Wednesday, 21 May 2003 22:09)
I loved this movie- I love Joan Crawford's craziness and the scene with the ajax and wire hangers...it was a good movie that showed a lot of lessons to be learned.
>>By Caitlin (Friday, 30 May 2003 03:41)
I have seen the movie mommy dearest many times and i am fascinated each time i watch it. I think the fascination come from
my own childhood and how back then parents treating their kids
that way wasnt as appauling as it is now.
latrice sanders (Saturday, 14 Jun 2003 04:53)
Mommy Dearest was a very harsh movie to watch. The movie was very good however, but to see what a small child had to go through just to be loved. It is bad enough the children had already been unwanted children by there biological parents. Then they have to deal with a FOOL yes a FOOL like Joan Crawford. She was crazy, She may have been a great actress and seem warm and loving to her fans and even loyal. But she mistreated her kids in which they didn't deserve it. We are humans and we all have our faults just like Joan Crawford however this woman clearly needed prayer. God had already bless her with children, famous acting career and whatever her needs desired.. But, as we all know money can't buy you happiness and that woman wasn't happy within herself. So if you can't make yourself happy how are you going to make someone happy. However, Christina her daughter put that on a Screen to be seen by the world. Anyways, I give props to Faye Dunaway because she played Joan Crawfords part to a Tee..
>>By HoneyBakedThighs (Sunday, 15 Jun 2003 01:22)
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