Mother's Day

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"Celebrate the one day that connects us all"
  • PG-13
  • 2016
  • 1 hr 59 min
  • 5.6  (39,708)
  • 18

Mother's Day is a heartwarming and hilarious romantic comedy that follows the lives of several mothers and their families as they navigate the challenges and joys of motherhood in the lead up to Mother's Day. The 2016 film is directed by Garry Marshall, who also directed romantic comedies such as Pretty Woman, Runaway Bride, and The Princess Diaries.

The all-star cast includes Jennifer Aniston as Sandy, a recently divorced mother of two boys who is struggling to come to terms with her ex-husband's new relationship. Kate Hudson plays Jesse, a young mother who is estranged from her own mother and is trying to hide her interracial marriage from her conservative parents. Julia Roberts plays Miranda, a successful home shopping network host who gave up her child for adoption many years ago and is now reeling after the unexpected visit from her daughter.

The movie begins with Sandy, a busy working mother, trying to juggle her job, her two young sons, and her ex-husband's new wife, who is trying a little too hard to be the perfect new "mom." Meanwhile, Jesse is trying to convince her husband Russell (Aasif Mandvi) that they should tell her parents about their marriage, but he's hesitant because he knows they won't approve of his Indian heritage. On the other end of the spectrum, Miranda is busy promoting her Mother's Day special on her home shopping network show when she gets a surprise visit from her teenage daughter, Kristin (Britt Robertson), who she gave up for adoption many years ago.

As the movie progresses, each of the mothers' storylines intersect and intertwine in funny and heartwarming ways. Sandy starts dating a handsome new man named Bradley (Jason Sudeikis), who is also a single parent. Jesse's parents unexpectedly show up at her home, forcing her to confront her estranged relationship with her own mother. Miranda reconnects with her daughter Kristin and navigates the challenges of becoming a mother figure to a teenager she barely knows.

Along the way, the movie explores the themes of love, forgiveness, and the complex relationships between mothers and their children. Each mother is faced with their own unique challenges and learns to lean on each other for support as they approach the impending holiday of Mother's Day.

Despite some mixed reviews from critics, Mother's Day was a commercial success, grossing over $48 million worldwide. Fans praised the all-star cast and the heartwarming storyline, with many viewers saying it left them in tears by the end.

In conclusion, Mother's Day is a feel-good movie that celebrates the complexities of motherhood and the unbreakable bonds between mothers and their children. It's a movie that will make you laugh, cry, and appreciate the important women in your life.

Mother's Day is a 2016 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 59 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.6 and a MetaScore of 18.

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    5.6  (39,708)
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