I received a copy of Moms’ Night Out for review and one for giveaway. All opinions are my own.
This past week, Moms’ Night Out was released on BluRay and DVD! If you haven’t seen the movie yet, you are in for a real treat. It’s a good, wholesome, laugh-out-loud movie the whole family will enjoy!
All Allyson and her friends want is a peaceful, grown-up evening of dinner and conversation…a long-needed moms’ night out. But in order to enjoy high heels, adult conversation and food not served in a paper bag, they need their husbands to watch the kids for three hours—what could go wrong?
Plenty can go wrong! Starring Sarah Drew, Patricia Heaton, Sean Astin and country music star Trace Adkins, Moms’ Night Out is a light-hearted film that follows the busy lives of three mothers as they attempt to have one celebratory night on the town, only to have it turn into complete chaos.
Allyson, played by Drew, is a mom and mommy blogger. The movie opened in a hilarious scene where chaos rules while Allyson chases after her kids, cleaning up their messes and her obsession with a clean home isn’t helping. After a rough morning, that had me in stitches, Allyson meets up with mommy friends Izzy and the preacher’s wife, Sondra and a plan to have a moms’ night out is hatched. Of course, this means the dad’s are in charge of the kids and well, they aren’t the most reliable in this department.
As the girls head out for an evening of recharging and relaxation, they soon realize that even without the kids, things don’t always go as planned. Enter dinner plans that don’t pan out, a sister-in-law with a missing baby and husbands on the way to the ER with the kids and you have one hilarious adventure including car chases, tattoo parlors, biker gangs, even jail.
I have seen Moms Night Out several times and I laugh each time. I love that I can watch it with the kids and each time I do, I am left thankful for my own busy mommyhood. It is a feel-good movie that shows you are not alone in this parenting gig but it can certainly be worse.
The Blu-ray and DVD are loaded with family-friendly bonus materials, including a blooper reel, deleted scenes and commentary with the Erwin Brothers and producer Kevin Downes. Fans can also enjoy special featurettes, including a discussion with filmmakers in The Heart of MOMS’ NIGHT OUT, giving the back story that inspired the film as something their wives and mothers could relate to. The Art of Improv is an exploration into the film’s experimental improvisation, and The Art of Action gives fans a deconstructed look at the film’s car chase sequence.
- CBA version of the DVD 602341006590, $24.99
- Blu-ray™/CBA DVD combo 602341006699, $29.99
- Commentary with Directors Andrew & Jon Erwin, as well as Producer Kevin Downes
- Deleted Scenes
- Blooper Reel
- The Heart of MOMS’ NIGHT OUT
- Casting MOMS’ NIGHT OUT
- The Art of Improv
- The Art of Action
Exclusive CBA Edition DVD Also Includes:
- Alex Kendrick’s On-Set Devotional
- The Difference Between Moms and Dads
- Inside with Sarah Drew
- Testimony with Andrea Logan White
- Grief and Growing with Abbie Cobb
MOMS’ NIGHT OUT has a running time of approximately 98 minutes and is rated PG for mild thematic elements and some action.
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