Monday, May 12, 2014

Mom's Night Out--A Movie Review

Sherwood Pictures has done it again! If you've seen any of their other films such as Facing the Giants or Courageous, you'll recognize a few of the same actors. Although it is still a rather "religious" based film, Mom's Night Out is stemming from a comedy perspective this time more than anything else with an underlining encouragement for women who are busy and stressed with their daily job, parenting.

Without giving too much of the story away, it's about three women who decide to take a "girl's night out", or "mom's night out". Not only does havoc break loose at home with the fathers and children, but the ladies who just wanted some time to have fun, begin to have one problem after another as well. I'll just say that it is absolutely hysterical to watch the seemingly endless crises they encounter throughout the night before they find themselves in jail. 

With the emphasis on a Christian faith, Mom's Night Out can be enjoyed with the family with no worries of profanity or sensuality. Proof that you CAN have a good movie without the filth! The entire theater, including the men, was in an uproar. :)

I'm not a mother, so I probably don't enjoy the movie as much as you moms would simply by relation, but either way...this movie was great and I plan on seeing it again!

Have you seen, 
or plan on seeing,
 this movie?


  1. Love your review! I don't think I have laughed so hard for years! And sometimes with tears down my cheeks! I have to say I saw someone I knew in every character presented and that was fun for me. I also saw myself, several times...especially when she was trying to get towels out of the dispensor...that was sooooooo me! I think what makes one able to laugh the hardest is when they see themselves! :-) Still laughing!

  2. I did! I actually organized a mom's night out to see this movie. Lol! Me and 5 other moms ate at Red Robin and then saw the movie together. I didn't enjoy it as much as I thought I would, but I'm glad I went. It was the perfect opportunity for a mom's night out! I was disappointed though that they pulled it from a lot of theaters. It got pulled from Riverstone, which was my first choice. The other ladies had to drive further than I originally told them, because we had to switch to Spokane Valley. Still close for me, but all of them live in Idaho, so it added an extra 15-30 minutes of driving each way.