TV Shows

Mother’s Day (2016)

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Arizona Republic - Randy Cordova
Perhaps because the bar was set so low, Mother’s Day turns out to be surprisingly watchable.
Movie Nation - Roger Moore
An ensemble holiday comedy packed with all the sappy sentimentality and mawkish manipulation that only the old master, Garry Marshall would dare give it.
The Seattle Times - Moira Macdonald
It’s a lazy movie that fades from memory the instant the credits start to roll; a blandly pretty cog in a studio wheel. Moms deserve better. So do moviegoers.
Austin Chronicle - Marjorie Baumgarten
Mother’s Day, the movie, feels as contrived and inauthentic as the holiday itself.
The Hollywood Reporter - Jon Frosch
Mother’s Day is bad from the start, and it doesn't get better.

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