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Grandma: a feminist comedy that punches magnificently above its weight

In almost every way, Lily Tomlin, who plays the tart-tongued Grandma, is wonderful

12 December 2015

9:00 AM

12 December 2015

9:00 AM

Apologies if you were expecting a review of Star Wars here, but Disney is not allowing critics access prior to the film’s opening on the 17th, and anyway, we’ve got Grandma, which was made for $600,000 in 19 days and has a running time of 79 minutes and stars a 76-year-old, so there is that.

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