Mommie Dearest. This is more like a horror comedy then a drama biopic. Imagine when you passed away Hollywood made a film where each scene was about all the sad, angry, frustrated, embarassing and depressing moments in your life. And over embellished all of it. You too would look like a complete psycho. And you would no longer be around to tell your side of the story. How true any of this movie is, is controversial, but it might have been a good idea to actually do some justice to Crawford instead of make fun of her from beginning to end, and make her so over the top nutty. No one would be able to get through a lifetime career working with thousands of people consistently if they were this crazy. She's only one of the best actresses of all time who acted from a teen to old age. Needs to be a good biopic on her as well as Davis, both who came up from nothing and became acting royalty with hard work and determination.
Correction - There is one good scene here. The scene where she tells off the board of directors for Pepsi.