Mamma Mia! The movie
This pleasant stone drama melodic recounts the narrative of a unique mother named Donna (Meryl Streep), her 20-year-old girl Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) and a threesome of Donna’s ex-darlings, whom Sophie has guilefully assembled so she can attempt to derive who her genuine dad is – all set to the snappy megahit tunes of ABBA!
Patricia Arquette, Angela Bassett, and Felicity Huffman star in this satire about a gathering of BFFs who choose to dump suburbia and shock their children in New York City on Mother’s Day.
This 2016 rom-com, highlighting a star outfit cast, revolves around the yearly occasion it’s named after. Featuring Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Julia Roberts, Jason Sudeikis, and Shay Mitchell (just to give some examples), this film follows the existences of outsiders as they observe Mother’s Day in their own specific manner, uncovering the large number of ways their lives are really interwoven.
Dumplin’ follows Willowdean (Danielle Macdonald), a hefty size teen little girl of a previous belle of the ball, Rosie (Jennifer Aniston), who pursues the Miss Teen Bluebonnet exhibition run by her mom. Dumplin’ conveys incredible show while offering an enchanting story about growing up that unfurls into a delightful story of individuals and what others can gain from one another through the exhibition experience. The mother-little girl relationship is one of regard and keeping in mind that Rosie sticks to the expo and what she sees as exceptional, the affection for her little girl is unequaled.
The Life Ahead
‘The Life Ahead’ as of late won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song for “Io sì (Seen)”. It’s certainly fitting for Mother’s Day. The film follows a twelve-year-old vagrant named Momo (Ibrahima Gueye) as he is taken in by Madame Rosa (Sophia Loren), a previous whore who presently focuses on their kids.