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Mother's Day (2016)


I had seen a bad review for Mother’s Day which made me a little scared to go see it as I had been looking forward to taking my mom to this movie. 765 more words


Mother's Day

“Mother’s Day” is a star-studded Dramedy that doesn’t quite meet the mark.

There are five different dramedies going on simultaneously in “Mother’s Day”. Each drama all boils down to the Mother or lack thereof in each person’s life. 91 more words

Dramatic Comedy

Mother's Day - Movie Review

A fully stacked ensemble casts takes you through multiple versions of one very eventful Mother’s Day.

Across Atlanta several families prepare for the upcoming Mother’s Day holiday in a variety of ways. 821 more words

Pop Culture

Traffic (2011) Film Review - the start of Malayalam New Wave Cinema

Rajesh Pillai‘s Malayam film Traffic (2011) is a hyperlink movie.  We get small glimpses into the lives of several characters, and learn over the course of the film how they are all connected to each other.   931 more words

Film Review: Mother's Day

If your mom could write and direct a film, it might look something like Mother’s Day, the most recent entry in the Garry Marshall… 982 more words


Review: You Wouldn't Wish Mother's Day on Your Worst Enemy

Correction appended, April 29

Hate your mom? Take her to see Mother’s Day, an ensemble comedy that’s being billed as sweet and heartwarming but which is actually an insidious form of torture. 506 more words

Trish's Trash: New Movies in Theaters

Mother’s Day is the latest star studded ensemble comedy from director Garry Marshall (Pretty Woman, Valentine’s Day). Intertwining stories revolve around a television host (Julia Roberts), a divorcee (Jennifer Aniston) looking for love and a woman (Kate Hudson) who wants to strengthen her relationship with her mother.   109 more words