Bad Moms will be “the movie” that generations of women will talk about. It is “that” comedy which not only creates laughs, it touches hearts, and pulls relate-able subject matter from the real life experiences of MOMS.
Although circumstances in the Bad Moms film are a bit over the top, it brings home the real truth, “Moms are expected to do too much”. Not only is the message translated throughout the film, that message becomes the breaking point and humble turnaround of the characters. The message brings the audience right into the world of these characters and will unify Moms everywhere.
Amy, our over-extended Mom, (whose job has taken advantage of her, marriage has fallen apart, and kids are over home-worked), has had enough! Meeting up with a couple of other Mom’s they decide, together, to become “Bad Moms” and say “NO” to the ridiculous demands people expect from them.
With this new found strength of being in charge of their own lives, they bring us on a journey of empowerment and just hilarious shenanigans. Along with the rest of the audience, I screamed and cried tears of laughter .
Bad Moms is definitely the MUST-see-moms movie of the summer. Leave the kids at home, grab your besties, fill up your purse flask and make it “that” night you will always remember. One day, you’ll look back and say, “Remember when we all got together and saw Bad Moms in the theater? That was like the best night ever!”….
BAD MOMS – A new comedy from the grateful husbands and devoted fathers who wrote The Hangover…
In Theaters July 29
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Cast: Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, Jay Hernandez, Clark Duke, Annie Mumolo, with Jada Pinkett Smith and Christina Applegate
Studio: STX Entertainment
Writers/Directors: Jon Lucas & Scott Moore
Producers: Suzanne Todd, Bill Block