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When three overworked and under-appreciated moms are pushed beyond their limits, they ditch their conventional responsibilities for a jolt of long overdue freedom, fun, and comedic self-indulgence.
ActorsStarring: Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, Christina Applegate, Jada Pinkett Smith, Annie Mumolo, Jay Hernandez, Oona Laurence, Emjay Anthony, David Walton, Clark Duke, Wendell Pierce, Wanda Sykes, Martha Stewart, Lilly Singh, Jay Jablonski, Leah McKendrick, Megan Ferguson, Lyle Brocato, Cade Mansfield Cooksey, J.J. Watt, Jackie Tuttle, Kelly Lind, Donna DuPlantier, Christina DeRosa, Nina Millin, Jaylen Moore, Turner Crumbley, Eugenia Kuzmina, Mary McCloud, Harry Beckstead, Michele 'Shelley' Ziegler, Adria Tennor
Critic Reviews About Bad Moms
Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn and Kristen Bell shine in this lewd but safe comedy from the writers of The Hangover that sees what happens when stressed-out mothers cut loose.
The laughter this movie offers could provide cathartic medicine for the middle-class mom blues.
Bad Moms is a funny, giddy, sentimental laugh-in from Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, who wrote the 2009 hit comedy The Hangover.
This film is funny — and fun, thanks to its three main stars — but a perfect movie, it’s not.
S. Jhoanna Robledo
Common Sense Media
Silly and inconsequential but occasionally insightful, this is fun but feels like a missed opportunity for a really biting satire on modern motherhood.
Mila Kunis plays Amy, a mother of two. Every day she strains to meet the demands of work and home, while making it look easy.
It’s unhealthy to shoot for perfection, and it can damage both parents and kids. But it’s really, really unhealthy to shoot for bad—something that Bad Moms just doesn’t get.
The process of making a relatable comedy while simultaneously engaging in another Bad-off puts some strain on writer-directors Jon Lucas and Scott Moore.
If you’ve birthed a tiny human or know someone who has, it’s time to find a babysitter, call the girlfriends and get to “Bad Moms.”
New York Daily News
Bad Moms deserves credit for mixing things up in the genre, but its reliance on caricatures prevents it from being as memorable as it could have been.