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Film Review - Fun Mom Dinner


The plight of the overworked mother is revived for “Fun Mom Dinner,” which once again pits harried females against the world of parental responsibility and spousal support, hoping to appeal to an exclusive audience with displays of raunchy sisterhood and heartfelt confession. We’ve done this a few times before, most recently with 2014’s “Moms’ Night Out,” which took a more religiously minded route to hellraising, never achieving a fever pitch. Mercifully, “Fun Mom Dinner” doesn’t soften easily, with writer Julie Rudd and director Alethea Jones putting in a commendable effort to give the feature a comedic personality before it loses its nerve, having fun with the messes of parenthood and the struggles of marriage while engaging in stretches of mischief.  Read the rest at


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