A Bad Moms Christmas (Sidenote: It Comes at Night)


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A Bad Moms Christmas really tried hard to bring out emotional moments in this comedy, but the comedy felt forced and too crude!!!

Rating: 2.5 Stars

What I Like:

-I really enjoyed the first film, and the chemistry between the beautiful Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Katherine Hahn was still there for all of us to enjoy

The So So:

-The moms of the main characters make their debut, but I felt that their character development felt was too forced, even for a comedy, it was almost cringing to watch, with that said, I felt the emotion they try to put in the end, really made these characters tolerable enough

What I Didn’t Like:

-The comedy felt forced, and really didn’t have the charm as its predecessor
-It was also too crude, I mean how is a little girl swearing funny, this gag really needs to stop, it is almost offensive to me
-The story was the same old run of the mill family issues on the holidays type of story


The first film had some charm, and some laugh out loud moments. This one just gave me a few chuckles here and there. I do believe this was a unnecessary sequel that really fell off from what made the first movie good. The forced comedy and one dimensional characterizations just made it into a typical run of the mill holiday film that not even the good moms can enjoy!!!

Rating: 2.5 Stars


(Sidenote: It Comes at Night- This film has the case of overhype with the critics. I’m not into horror films, unless, they are highly rated. So when I watched it, i was greatly disappointed. Pretty much, the film was a suspense about paranoia, but honestly, I found it way to boring. I give credit for the good acting, but the way too many dark scenes, and lack of a point really didn’t sit well with me. I mean, the title is misleading as well, and really don’t understand why this film was regarded as good!!!
Rating: 2 Stars)

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