Movie Review- Mom’s Night Out

Directed by Andrew and Jon Erwin comes one of the funniest and honest looks at what it means to be a stay-at-home mom, Mom’s Night Out. While it has been panned by fake feminist liberals as anti-feminists, I disagree. Fake feminists assume that being a stay-at-home mom is demeaning, but being raised by one, I can assure you that nothing is further from the truth, as this film correctly points out. Despite the critics, the movie debuted at #7 at the box office.

The story goes that Allyson (mother of three), Sondra (mother of a teen, and a pastor’s wife), and Izzy (mother of twins with an overwhelmed husband) decide to have a Mom’s night out with their husbands being the babysitters. Things start rocky from the beginning, but get crazier when Allyson’s sister-in-law Bridget discovers that her baby is missing, she recruits the three moms and a biker named Bones to find the missing child. 

What ensues is a very funny (I know, I’m once again defy the fake critics), hilarious, and chaotic adventure. I highly recommend this film not only for its comedic elements, but for its all-star cast. It is heartwarming and charming, and supports family values. 

PARENTAL CONCERNS: Mild Thematic Elements


  • Sarah Drew as Allyson
  • Sean Astin as Sean
  • Patricia Heaton as Sondra
  • Trace Adkins as Bones
  • David Hunt as Cabbie
  • Andrea Logan White as Izzy
  • Robert Amaya as Marco
  • Abbie Cobb as Bridget
  • Harry Shum, Jr. as Joey
  • Alex Kendrick as Ray
  • Anjelah Johnson as herself
  • Kevin Downes as Kevin
  • Manwell Reyes as Desk Guy
  • Sammi Hanratty as Zoe
  • Jason Burkey as DJ


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