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not a new lesson, but it's the most coherent one in "Ma," a middling high school horror revenge fantasy (if that's a thing) starring Octavia Spencer.The Oscar-winning actress is the only reason to see "Ma," and she's clearly having a grand old campy time playing Sue Ann, an unstable middle-aged woman who clearly hasn't, um, graduated from decades of resentment toward the cool-kid bullies who mistreated her in high school. To which Taylor replied that not only would Sue Ann not die at the beginning, but she'd get to kill a lot of people, too.Only Maggie, it seems, has any sense of foreboding. But even she can't imagine what lays in store once Sue Ann has figured out who the parents of some of these kids are -- the same kids who treated her so badly in high school, of course.Now, is that a good thing to say to a woman you know is hanging with your kids AND has unlimited access to animal medication?To which Sue Ann might add: You're never too old to serve that cold dish.
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