I am a bad mom. I have always said it. You know what my six-year-old had for breakfast the other morning? Nachos and salsa and I didn’t even feel bad. But I used to. I think everyone can relate with worrying about doing it all perfect, making sure you fed the kids the right things, all the homework is done, organic non-processed meals, attended every game, every recital, every moment. We have been pressured to volunteer for PTA, bake sales, class rooms, library and whatever else, to the point we all want to scream to get away from the constant judgment.
That’s exactly what Mila Kunis’s character and bad moms felt after doing it all for everyone and everybody and feeling like she was always feeling failing. She decided to parent her way, live to make her and the kids happy. And to hell with everyone else!
When Gwendolyn the PTA Queens sees this behavior, she doesn’t want to tolerate it and set out to stop it. The result? More moms decide to be bad moms. Like teenagers who are finally free, the bad moms find their freedom and their happiness by just doing less. With lots of hysterical antics and lots of fucks along the way, Bad Moms is a MUST SEE. Be sure to check out bad moms when it hits theaters on July 29th you won’t regret it you’ll laugh from start to finish and might just pee your pants.
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