Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Movie Review - Bad Moms (2016)

If there's one thing I love it's gathering the troops and heading to the cinema with a large blue slush puppy to see the newest release, I've seen some of the greatest films in the cinema from 'The Martian' to 'Sisters' but last week I went to see the newest flick 'Bad Moms' and I left that cinema speechless, and believe me when I say that does not happen often haha.
First of all there's just something about Mila Kunis (who plays the lead in this film) every time I watch her in movies I get the desire to become an actress I don't know what it is about her but she's such an amazing actress and the minute I see her name attached to a movie I just know it's going to be unreal and 'Bad moms' has been without a doubt her best film.
Check out the trailer below....

This film is all about (big shock) motherhood and follows the story of three mothers in particular who are extremely different to each other but all on the same path and struggling with parenting.
 Amy (played by Kunis) seems to have the perfect life, an amazing career, two perfect kids, an amazing home and a gorgeous husband, believe me when I say GORGEOUS!! but deep down she's stressed, overworked, falling to pieces and oh yes, her beautiful husband is in fact cheating on her. Amy joins forces with two other distressed mothers to quit being 'amazing moms' and go on a long overdue run of freedom, fun and putting themselves first and it is hilarious.
Kathryn Hahn is one of the mothers followed in the story and she outdoes herself, she is comical I honestly never laughed at a character so much in all my life, if anything go and just laugh at her.

There was something about this film that made me really think about motherhood and the connection mothers have with their children, I even cried on the way home I kid you not. Now that I've turned 21 I now know I've about a ten year window until I have my own little brats running wild and it got me. Will I have children? What will they be like? Can I ever love them as much as I love Mursher? It made me think so much and it hit home.
A perfect film for females in particular, motherhood is such a special thing and if anything this film will make you come home and call your own mother and tell her how much you love her.
I give this film 5 stars you need to check it out.

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