Moms' Night Out
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All Allyson and her friends want is a peaceful, grown-up evening of dinner and conversation... a long-needed moms’ night out. But in order to enjoy high heels, adult conversation and food not served in a paper bag, they need their husbands to watch the kids for three hours—what could go wrong?
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We discover that the ability to walk in heels is not like riding a bike. Both the women and the men are out of their element leading to an over-the-top comic adventure. While the situation approaches unrealistic, the one liners had me in stitches. The plot is cliche and formulaic, but works with the characters and on screen chemistry.
The film has a faith based message and utilizes stars that have been strictly in faith based films. With the help of a few headliners to carry the film, plus a decent script that wasn't bogged down with a faith message, this film was delightful, even to this old atheist cynic.
Trace Adkins played a philosophical biker who tells Allyson and us, after a night of hell, what she apparently needed to know to enjoy life.
Parental Guide: No f-bombs, sex, or nudity.
I'm not very religious, I consider myself more of a spiritual person and this movie is technically a religious (Christian) movie...BUT that said, it's not a shove-it-in-your-face-lets-talk-about-god-every-5minutes kind of movie. It's no more that kind of movie than most other movies on the market so if you aren't Christian or religious don't let the fact that it's a religious movie deter you from it cause it is a good watch!
The kids are louder and crazier and the houses are messier and the men are more incompetent than you would typically find in real life. But there are three mom's. The mom with the preacher husband and the teen age daughter (boy can I relate there), the single mom, the mom with three kids and the pregnant mom.
And the mom's need a night out. And in typical fashion it doesn't happen because the kids need them and the husbands need them. Instead of the phone ringing though- What ensues is a romp through town chasing 'stolen vans', lost babies, and generall chaos.
What hit home for me was the beginning and the ending. The mom hiding in the closet for a few minutes of peace and the wife trying to ensure her daughter doesn't make the same mistakes she did. There is a mom or a moment or whole lot of minutes in here for every mother, a point that you can say 'oh gosh, that is my life.'
This isn't a serious movie. It is a nice, easy to watch movie. I enjoyed it and I related to it and the end was a great wrap up for me.
Any mom who has ever felt inadequate (all of us) needs to watch this movie. I couldn't believe how much it helped me.