Wednesday, April 27, 2016

"Mother's Day" Movie #Review! @SeeMothersDay @OpenRoadFilms #MothersDayMovie

Mother's Day is the latest star-studded ensemble comedy from director Garry Marshall (Pretty Woman and Valentine's Day movies).

Bringing together Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson and Julia Roberts along with Jason Sudeikis, it's a celebration of mothers everywhere. This big-hearted comedy invites us all to enjoy the laughter, tears and love as three generations come together in the week leading up to Mother’s Day.

Mother's Day is an adorable movie about different families and celebrating Mother's Day, and why it's important to do so. Whether your mother has passed away, you have a step mother, foster mother, grandmother or someone who has always been like a mother to you, you should celebrate Mother's Day. We should all celebrate Mother's Day and throw a big family get together if we can. As Mother's Day should be celebrated because we all have mothers!

This movie is hilarious. I would say that it's alright for some children and teens, ages 10 to 12 and up. If your children don't understand about gay people or understand that we shouldn't make fun of people with different religious backgrounds, then they shouldn't see this film. There is a joke in the film about calling one of the husband's a towel head, and he makes fun of it stating that he's not a towel head. There was a few other jokes too like that, but I don't think that your children will pick up on them. But us adults, find them hilarious.

You will laugh and you will cry happy tears. So bring a tissue or two.

Check out the movie trailer below and go see Mother's Day this weekend.


  1. I saw it yesterday ... the towelhead joke was pretty racist IMO. But overall I liked the movie.

    1. I didn't feel it was racist. Funny, if it had been made by an african American person or by an Indian person, it wouldn't have been seen that way. But since it was a comment/joke from a white person, others will see it as racist.


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