Bad Mom’s Christmas is R-Rated Amusment


Caroline Combs, Breaking News

Christmas is a wonderful time of year. Families come together to decorate, bake and spend quality time together. Everything is fun and games for kids. There’s no school, no homework, presents and cookies. But what happens to the parents? Bad Moms Christmas tells all about it.

Nothing stresses a mother out more than trying to impress her mother on the holidays. Everything has to be perfect. The house has to be clean, the food needs to be cooked to perfection and the tree has to be decorated, not to mention the lights that are expected to have already been put up outside the house a month before.

Bad Moms Christmas, released on Nov. 1 and directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, brings every type of parent and how they act into one movie. Bad Moms Christmas is a movie that I was personally looking forward to because the first one was so enjoyable because of its comedy and great actresses. In Bad Moms Christmas, Amy (Mila Kunis), Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Carla (Kathryn Hahn) must prepare for each of their parents to come into town for the holiday.

This movie is full of laughter, tears and relatable family moments. The producers of this movie definitely infiltrated every scenario from extreme to just little things that moms encounter during this time of year. Each grandma that shows up is completely different than the rest, and I’m sure that anyone who watches it will be able to find something that they can relate to, and if not, then just enjoy a fun movie.

One thing that made the movie relatable to me was watching the moms stress out because their parents were coming in town. I don’t know about you, but my mom definitely starts feeling the pressure of perfect at the beginning of December.

I would, without a doubt, recommend this movie. Just don’t forget to check the rating. It is not for kids.