Mother's Day

Out Now On-Demand

Come celebrate the mother of all holidays.

All-star comedy set in the week leading up to Mother's Day, following multiple storylines across three generations. From Garry Marshall, director of Pretty Woman. Starring Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson and Jason Sudeikis.

AV Club (USA)


It's worth asking whether Marshall and his cronies constitute some kind of hostage-taking Hollywood mafia, forever calling in favors to get another vanity project running.

Los Angeles Times


From awkward start to merciful finish, Mother's Day is a grim, listless affair ...

New York Times


There are laughs, albeit inadvertent; the biggest comes courtesy of the production's no-doubt overworked sound department, when Ms. Robertson utters "I have abandonment issues" without moving her mouth.

Guardian (UK)


Garbage, but it's a wholesome type of garbage they just don't make anymore.

Hollywood Reporter


A movie not even a mother could love.

Variety (USA)


Atrociously written, begrudgingly acted, haphazardly assembled and never more backward than when it thinks it's being progressive ... (James Croot)


Flimsy, forgettable farrago.

Take your Mum

I enjoyed, not the best acting, but I didnt expect it to be an oscar winner. Quite a few laughs, the type of movie to watch on a rainy day. I did like it enough to send my Mother and Sister in Law to it. Defo a chick flick. Disappointed T.O was playing such an ass of a character. LOVE Jennifer Aniston and her Lululemon sports top.... it was so awesome i may even take up fitness lol. Go see.