Bad Moms


Action / Comedy

Plot summary

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Mila Kunis Photo
Mila Kunis as Amy
Kristen Bell Photo
Kristen Bell as Kiki
Kathryn Hahn Photo
Kathryn Hahn as Carla
Christina Applegate Photo
Christina Applegate as Gwendolyn
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733.85 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
P/S 0 / 12
1.53 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 40 min
P/S 3 / 18

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by nogodnomasters7 / 10

I would rather go to Afghanistan than another kid's baseball game

Amy (Mila Kunis) is the lead "bad mom." She can no longer be a "super mom" in the Chicago suburbs. She befriends Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Carla (Kathryn Hahn) who are also tired of the whole super mom concept. With Wanda Sykes as a marriage counselor, she is a single mom. Amy butts heads with super mom Gwendolyn (no longer a hot teen Christina Applegate) vindictive president of the P.T.A. Amy is "good at being late." This is another over-the-top over-sexed potty mouthed woman comedy. "Bridesmaids" establish a successful formula and opened the flood gates for future endeavors, i.e. "Sister" and anything with Melissa McCarthy. I am not saying this is bad, but sometimes less is more and originality still counts for something.

This was a funny comedy, and perhaps would have been funnier if I didn't watch so many films in this genre.

Guide: F-word, sex, FF nudity (Leah McKendrick) strong sex talk

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle7 / 10

inappropriate fun

Amy Mitchell (Mila Kunis) is struggling to do it all. Her kids Jane and Dylan have issues and don't appreciate her. She throws out her husband Mike who cheated online. She's the oldest person at work. Her boss Dale Kipler and co-workers are all young millennials who dismiss her work ethic. She has enough of PTA president Gwendolyn James (Christina Applegate) and quits. She is befriended by inappropriate single mom Carla Dunkler (Kathryn Hahn) and homeschooling Kiki (Kristen Bell). The three new friends become bad moms.

It is loads of inappropriate fun when the ladies are being bad moms. There is a life lesson aspect that sometimes get wonky. Nothing gets derailed but the wild times are more fun. Kathryn Hahn continues to be a hilarious lady and she's great here. Kristen Bell is playing against type a little. Mila Kunis started off with some problems. In fact, her start reminded me of that bad Sarah Jessica Parker movie but it got much funnier relatively quick. This is a pretty funny movie.

Reviewed by Horst_In_Translation2 / 10

Bad Moms, even worse movie

"Bad Moms" is an American 100-minute movie from 2016 written and directed by Scott Moore and Jon Lucas, the duo mostly known for The Hangover at this point still. And you could say that their work here is a mom version of the latter, but really a very unfunny one I must say. I may be a bit biased because there are several cast members in here that I am not much a fan of like Hahn, Bell and Smith, so it's no surprise that I would say it is between Hahn and Smith in terms of who is most unbearable in here. Probably Hahn gets the edge because she has so much more screen time, but JPS is a negative scene stealer too. The one who was pretty okay was Applegate, but being a huge MwC fan I'm probably biased here too. And how she completely changes towards the end and tells her big nemesis how her life sucks too was ridiculously bad with how she turns into a friend finally. This was a cringeworthy film from start to finish. Women often complain about how they are depicted in films. Strangely enough, some are mistaking this film for an elaboration on emancipation. Well, they should complain too given this film, but so should the males who are shown as bullies, cheaters etc. or of course Mr. Right. This movie has nothing to do with reality. It lacks authenticity and convincing shades from start to finish and I can only feel sorry for those audience members thinking the trio in here includes actually amazing women despite their flaws and struggles. Oh wait, those make them human no? I can only shake my head at that.

Kunis is at the center of it all, but Hahn and Bell get their rushed-in "deep" and "emotionally dramatic" story lines too that involve the men in their lives that occasionally are also their sons. Pseudo character development of the worst kind. One bad joke follows the next in the film's extremely desperate attempts to be constantly funny. Sometimes less is more you know. I hoped this film would be better to be honest and I went in with an open mind, but I quickly saw this was not a good piece of work before eventually realizing this was horribly bad and a contender for 2016's worst. Shocked to see that this holiday season 2017 they are actually having a sequel out. Judging from this first film here, I have zero interest to watch it. I don't mind profanity if it has some wit attached to it (like South Park),but here this is definitely not the case. Everything about this project feels fake and for the sake of it, especially most of the performances. Kunis' maybe not, but she also does nothing really with her character. She just isn't as terrible as the other key players. The writing certainly isn't helping. A poor predictable excuse of a movie and let me say to my fellow German movie buffs that here we have the American equivalent to a Schweighöfer comedy. For the easily-entertained. The simple-minded. Highly not recommended.

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