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Cry Baby

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Set in 1950s Baltimore, this movie follows the adventures of Cry-Baby who, though he is sent to juvie, is determined to cross class (and taste) boundaries to get 'square' good-girl Allison back from a bad-boy with a heart of gold.
85 min
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Gary Thompson
As Waters moves to a more conventional type of satire, he is losing some of the edge that gave his earlier films their crass appeal.
January 21, 2015
Peter Rainer
Cry-Baby is often sweet-spirited even when its crummy, but there's also something fetid in its foolery.
January 21, 2015
Ralph Novak
Waters's writing is woefully uneven. It's as if Sam Kinison had decided to tell knock-knock jokes -- sterile, unfunny knock-knock jokes at that.
January 21, 2015
Dan Webster
John Waters progressed from the truly disgusting ("Pink Flamingoes") to the truly funny ("Hair Spray") only to now hit the mainstream wall.
January 21, 2015
Carrie Rickey
If Cry-Baby has a message, it's that Cry-Baby and Allison deserve each other because they're young and they're beautiful, which certainly runs counter to Waters' affection for the grotesque, the bad and the ugly.
January 21, 2015