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Mother's Day

  • 2016
  • PG-13
  • 118min
  • 6%
  • 5.6 / 10

The worlds of four unrelated people become interwoven just days before Mother's Day as they deal with long-harbored issues with their mothers. Sandy, a divorced mother of two learns that her ex-husband has remarried a younger woman. Bradley, a former marine, terribly yearns for his deceased wife while putting a strong exterior in front of his daughters. Miranda is a childless career woman who gave up her only daughter, Kristin, for adoption at birth. Kristin has her own daughter and contemplates over marrying the child’s dad. Meanwhile, Kirstin’s best friend Jesse is dealing with her estranged mother who suddenly turns up to spend time with her and her sister Gabi. They try to keep their lives intact as they navigate through the waters of life, romance, and career.

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Filming of Mother’s Day began in August 2015. It was officially released on April 29, 2016 by Open Road Films. The film quickly garnered $48 million worldwide, which is almost twice its production budget of $25 million. In addition, it claimed nominations at two essentially different award-giving ceremonies, Teen Choice Awards and Golden Raspbery Awards. This movie's format bears resemblance with Marshall's two previous romantic comedies that carry holiday themes: Valentine's Day (2010) and New Year's Eve (2011). Despite Mother's Day's production success, it did not sit well with its audience. It gained a low approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic. CinemaScore's poll of audiences resulted only in an average grade of B+. Film critics such as Richard Roeper and Peter Bradshaw also criticized it.


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Mother’s Day is a 2016 star-studded American romantic comedy that features Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Julia Roberts, and Jason Sudeikis. Its cast also stars Shay Mitchell, Timothy Olyphant, Britt Robertson, Jack Whitehall, Héctor Elizondo, and Margo Martindale. It was written by Anya Kochoff, Matthew Walker, and Tom Hines and produced by Brandt Anderson, along with Wayne Rice and Mike Karz.

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