SteveSalles's Review of Moms' Night Out

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A few minutes into "Moms' Night Out," its aim becomes clear: to be a wholesome, earnest alternative to such crude sisterhood comedies as "Bridesmaids" and "The Other Woman," as well as an antic portrait of modern families to rival, well, "Modern Family." But this strained, clunkily orchestrated and dismally retrograde film — produced by one of its stars, Patricia Heaton — serves only to remind viewers why its metaphorical arms are too short to box with those predecessors... See Full Review
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Okfor ages12+