Moms' Night Out

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"What could go wrong?"
  • PG
  • 2014
  • 1 hr 39 min
  • 5.3  (14,374)
  • 25

"Moms' Night Out" is a fun-filled, family-friendly comedy that centers around the lives of three mothers who bond over their shared experiences of parenthood. Starring Sarah Drew, Sean Astin, and Patricia Heaton, this 2014 movie is a perfect blend of humor and heart, and it's sure to leave audiences smiling from start to finish. The film follows the story of Allyson (Drew), a stay-at-home mom who's feeling overwhelmed by the demands of motherhood. She's deeply devoted to her three young children, but she's also exhausted and in desperate need of a break. So, when her husband Sean (Astin) offers to take care of the kids for a night so that she can go out and have fun with her friends, Allyson jumps at the chance.

Together with her best friend Izzy (Logan White) and Sean's sister-in-law Sondra (Heaton), Allyson heads out for a wild night on the town. But things don't quite go according to plan, and the three women find themselves caught up in a series of hilarious misadventures that take them from a fancy restaurant to a tattoo parlor to a bowling alley.

Throughout the course of the night, Allyson and her friends learn some valuable lessons about the challenges and joys of motherhood. They also bond with some unexpected allies, including a biker named Bones (Trace Adkins) and a harried mom named Bridget (Abbie Cobb) who's struggling to keep up with her energetic kids.

One of the most endearing aspects of "Moms' Night Out" is the way it captures the joys and struggles of motherhood with humor and heart. As Allyson and her friends navigate the ups and downs of their night out, they're forced to confront some of the realities of parenting, from the never-ending laundry to the endless stream of school activities to the occasional moments of self-doubt.

But despite the challenges they face, the moms in this movie are nothing if not resilient. Through their laughter and tears, they find a way to keep going and keep loving their families, even when things get tough.

Another thing that sets "Moms' Night Out" apart is its outstanding cast. Sarah Drew delivers a standout performance as Allyson, capturing the character's exasperation and wry humor with ease. Sean Astin is also excellent as Allyson's loving but somewhat clueless husband, and Patricia Heaton brings her trademark warmth and wit to the role of Sondra.

In addition to its talented leads, "Moms' Night Out" also features a host of memorable supporting players. Trace Adkins is a scene-stealer as Bones, the rough-and-tumble biker who unexpectedly becomes the voice of reason for the beleaguered moms. And Abbie Cobb is a delight as Bridget, the frazzled mom who finds herself caught up in the wild antics of Allyson and her friends.

Overall, "Moms' Night Out" is a joyous, high-spirited romp that's perfect for families and anyone who's ever experienced the joys and challenges of parenthood. With its spot-on humor, relatable characters, and heartfelt message about the value of family and community, this movie is sure to leave audiences smiling long after the credits roll. Whether you're a mom or a dad, a parent or a grandparent, or just someone who enjoys a good laugh, "Moms' Night Out" is a must-see movie that's guaranteed to brighten your day.

Moms' Night Out is a 2014 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 39 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.3 and a MetaScore of 25.

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    1 hr 39 min
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    5.3  (14,374)
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