Mother’s Day Movie Review & Rating | Hit or Flop | Box Office Collection: Mother’s Day is a 2016 American comedy movie directed by Garry Marshall and written by Tom Hines, Lily Hollander, Anya Kochoff-Romano and Matt Walker. Movie is getting mixed reviews from the critics and this is good also people lave mixed reviews about the movie but this is a comedy Drama movie so we can hope that this movie going to be good deal.
The movie stars an ensemble cast, led by Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Julia Roberts and Jason Sudeikis, and featuring Timothy Olyphant, Margo Martindale, Shay Mitchell, Britt Robertson, Héctor Elizondo, Jack Whitehall and Jon Lovitz. Filming it is scheduled to be released domestically on April 29, 2016 by Open Road Films.
Movie has good acting talent and since the way this movie presented by the makers was good in some case this movie is quite similar to Marshall’s previous two ensemble romantic comedies, Valentine’s Day (2010) and New Year’s Eve (2011).
Story based on-
Movie has good story where daughters and sons try to connect the relation with her mother and on the other hand mother try to be comfortable with her children’s and between this some misunderstandings stands up and they lead the story to very common and respective place and the movie end up with the good humor and that is cool.
Positive point of the movie-
- Movie has good story with good Humor and that is cool.
- Movie has good direction and that is also what I like.
- Well, acting is good you will enjoy the ride.
Negative point of the movie-
- Movie has bad screenplay I guess and that is awkward.
- Also I didn’t like the movie a lot because it is quite similar than previous movie of Marshall.
- Movie has usual editing work.
Well, movie is okay for one time watch don’t expect too much fun and also I think movie has not that much good power to attract people towards the cinema also I think movie has not that good buzz.
Directed by: Garry Marshall
Produced by: Brandt Andersen, Howard Burd, Daniel Diamond,Mark DiSalle, Mike Karz, Wayne Allan Rice
Screenplay by: Tom Hines, Anya Kochoff Romano, Matt Walker
Story by: Tom Hines,Lily Hollander, Garry Marshall, Matt Walker
Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Julia Roberts, Jason Sudeikis, Britt Robertson, Timothy Olyphant, Héctor Elizondo, Jack Whitehall
Music by: John Debney
Cinematography: Charles Minsky
Edited by: Robert Malina