The Single Moms Club

Theatrical Release: March 14, 2014
The Single Moms Club
Not Recommended for Families

Synopsis

A group of single moms are brought together in the aftermath of an incident at their children’s school.

Dove Review

Tyler Perry always bring everyday issues of the world to the big screen. In this movie the topic is being a single parent. There are many single parents out there that will be able to relate to this film. It brings together five women from different backgrounds to work on a project for the school that their children go to. In the process they find out that although they have different backgrounds and situations in being a single parent, they also find that they all have issues in parenting.

The Single Moms Club is a club in which they can help each other solve some of the problems but also help each other with issues that are bothering them. The movie contains some lessons for every parent-for example, really listening to your children and making time for them.

But unfortunately due to some content in this movie, we cannot award it our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal.

Content Description

Sex: Many sexual innuendos in conversations; man tries to sneak out of bed and house of a single woman; woman makes a statement to ex-husband about having a boyfriend and he spends nights at "my house"; discussion regarding young girl getting her "period"; couples kissing; comments about being "gay"; young girl has a comment about "making out" with woman's son.
Language: H-8; A.s-2; OG/OMG-3; D-1; woman calls daughter a brat; a "Thank you Jesus" said in reverence.
Violence: Woman hits man in face; a conversation regarding boy's dad taking his money and game and selling it for drugs; discussion regarding son's committing an armed robbery.
Drugs: Woman smoking; conversation regarding sons and a dad doing drugs; woman drinking wine; bar and club scenes; people drinking champagne at a school function.
Nudity: Man shown in is boxers; woman in bra and underpants; cleavage.
Other: Disrespectful children toward parents; issues regarding divorce and being a single parent; comment about being too "black"; young boy takes off without parent knowing where he went.

Info

Reviewer: Donna Rolfe
Source: Theater
Company: Lionsgate
Writer: Tyler Perry
Director: Tyler Perry
Producer: Ozzie Areu
Genre: Comedy
Industry Rating: PG-13
Starring: Nia Long,
Amy Smart,
Wendi McLendon-Covey