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These are indeed moms, and they do have dinner, but the 'fun' part is in short supply.
A safely predictable, predictably safe movie about characters who never risk or question anything, and filmmakers who think poop jokes are the height of wit.
It's predictable, but at least there are some surprise turns in what promised to be a strictly by-the-numbers road.
Psst. Have you heard? On big screens across the nation women are behaving badly, really badly.
It's ... undeniably disappointing when a movie called Fun Mom Dinner isn't, well, much fun.
While good company might make or break a night out, sadly it can't save "Fun Mom Dinner" from being more than just fitfully funny.
Rarely has an 82 minute comedy seemed more like a waste of one's time.
For a first time feature film from both Jones and Rudd, it's not a bad first outing.
A perfect example of each of the steps followed by femenine comedy after the success of Bridesmaids, but with little variation. [Full review in Spanish]
Talented cast can't save formulaic "Bad Moms"-lite comedy.
Stereotypes and contrived shenanigans don't seem to actually offer much catharsis for harried moms seeking escape. And the dads inevitably butt into their me-time.
The familiar concept produces some scattered laughs, but it's neither edgy nor sincere enough to make an emotional impact.
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