Mother's Day Synopsis
Intersecting stories with different moms collide on Mother's Day.
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Movie Reviews

walked out

By mike51178
When will Hollywood understand that the Majority of people Don't think being "gay" is normal. Tired of every movie or new sitcom trying to normalize gays....

feel's like a 2hr jennifer anniston avino comerical.

By ismae3
Im not sure what bothered me most about this film, the sad sterotypes of Mom's in yoga gear, working out and either Being a super hot trophy wife or a stressed out "Crazy lady" ... or the mutipal...


By judee329
This movie has all the aspects of good family entertainment. It covers real family issues, in a lighthearted way, that people can relate to. There is a need in these times for a Garry Marshall...

Thought it woukd never end

By kjmargaret

Good but theater started move late and without sound

By dellahultquist
We had to ask for manager several times to get it going...

Fun movie

By jh4302016530
We looked at critic reviews and we were not going to see this movie. But then, I went and saw this with my mom. She LOVED it. I liked it a lot -- classic Garry Marshall. And it proved what I have...

Loved it

By masonreyes

Political Correctness Agenda Wrapped in a Little Bow

By jordan440
These movies are often laced with an agenda, this one did its best to touch them all. The only good things about the movie are references to A League of Their Own and Pretty Woman. This one's not...

Mothers Day/Not Great

By dorenestandish
We seldom go to movies just to risque for the most part. Mothers Day was ok. Great acting-Too many stories in one too many lives to follow. Some comedy which was good. Should have went further with...

By joconnor887
Worst movie I have seen in years!!!! Can't believe the Stars on this movie would lend their names to total disaster of a movie. Save your money or have an alternative when you walk out of this one...

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Rated PG-13 | For Language and some suggestive material.
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says All-star ensemble comedy's predictable jokes make it stale.
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