Moms Night Out

Theatrical Release: May 9, 2014
DVD Release: September 2, 2014
Moms Night Out
Dove "Faith-Friendly"
For All Ages

Synopsis

All Allyson and her friends want is a peaceful, grown-up evening of dinner and conversation . . . a long-needed moms’ night out. But in order to enjoy high heels, adult conversation and food not served in a paper bag, they need their husbands to watch the kids for three hours—what could go wrong? MOMS’ NIGHT OUT is an endearing true-to-life family comedy that celebrates the beautiful mess called parenting.

Dove Review

Every mom needs some time to herself and Allyson is no different. She wants everything to always be perfect including her house, her children, her life, and her activities. She makes her plans and they must meet her expectations but when she plans a ladies night out she believes she has everything in order; little does she know what is in store for the group.

Leaving her husband in charge is the first thing that has her worried, then other things begin to happen. This includes plans to go out on a “Mom’s Night Out” with her two friends Izzy and Sondra. As the evening continues things go from bad to worse and the ladies find themselves meeting some strange characters that have to help them out of the situation they find themselves in. But the girls are not the only ones having problems as the men have a predicament of their own.

This comical movie will have you laughing at times and also will have some ladies relating to the things that can happen when you’re a mom. It has a few encouraging lessons that we all need to heed. One is the reminder that Jesus loves us for just being who we are and that nothing we do is always perfect. We sometimes have a bigger expectation of ourselves that stresses us out at times. We need to, as they say, stop and smell the roses and know that things will work themselves out.

We are proud to award the Dove “Faith-Friendly” Seal to “Mom’s Night Out”.

Content Description

Sex: Pregnancy test sticks shown; man makes comments about a date with a married woman.
Language: Hellions-1; woman calls another a tramp; a "Thank you Jesus" said in reverence.
Violence: A doll on fire; discussion regarding child's head stuck in toilet; flashback of a bombing; misplacing a child; a police chase; guy sits on bird; man punches another man in face; man head butts another; man with dislocated shoulder relocates his shoulder; woman shot with Taser gun; man is arrested by police; man hit by a taxi cab.
Drugs: A woman removes beer bottles from table; man looks like he is drunk or stoned; discussion regarding a babysitter going out drinking.
Nudity: A shirtless man.
Other: Child writing on wall; rude people in restaurant; men with tattoos; woman admits she has a tattoo; having guilty feelings about life around you; motorcycle rider weaving in and out of traffic; many vehicles running a red light.

Info

Reviewer: Donna Rolfe
Source: Theater
Company: Sony/Affirm Films
Writer: Jon Erwin, Andrea Nasfell
Director: Jon Erwin, Andrew Erwin
Producer: Kevin Downes, Patricia Heaton, David Hunt
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 98 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Starring: Sarah Drew, Sean Astin , Patricia Heaton, Trace Adkins, David Hunt, Andrea Logan White, Robert Amaya, Abbie Cobb, Harry Shum Jr., Alex Kendrick, Anjelah Johnson, Manwell Reyes, Sammi Hanratty, Jason Burkey, Kevin Downes