Movies To Watch This Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is celebrated internationally every 2nd Sunday of May. Depending where you live, the dates may differ but the purpose remains the same. It is a day to show appreciation and gratitude to all the moms out there. Check out our list of top ten movies to watch this mother’s day.

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MOMMIE DEAREST (1981)

A daughter recounts her tales of horror under an alcoholic, controlling and abusive mother. Mommie Dearest is a classic, controversial film based on the memoir and exposé of Christina Crawford, adopted daughter of actress Joan Crawford. Watch the trailer here.

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FREAKY FRIDAY (2003)

A magical fortune cookie switches the bodies of mother and daughter, Tess and Anna. Will this magical move help put things in perspective for their troubled relationship? Watch the trailer here.

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TULLY (2018)

Marlo, an overworked mother dealing with the struggles of parenting and married life, contacts a night nanny with whom she develops a close friendship with. Tully is a comedy drama film that stars Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis, Ron Livingston, and Mark Duplass. Watch the trailer here.

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BAD MOMS (2016)

3 friends break free from their hectic, daily routine and demanding PTA meetings. Bad moms is a star studded comedy film that will have you in stitches! Check out the trailer here.

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HILLBILLY ELEGY (2020)

A mother struggling with an addiction, children caught in the crossfire, a son who decided to dream and a grandmother who took charge.

A family drama based on the memoir of J.D. Vance. Watch the trailer here.

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MONSTER-IN-LAW (2005)

Charlie Cantilini has found her Mr. Right and is about to meet his mother. Afraid to lose her son, she dishes out her evil plans to ruin their relationship. Things get interesting when Charlie finds out her monster-in-law is out to get her. Watch the trailer here.

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