Mummy & Me

By Faiza M.
Tue, 05, 24

From classics to comedies, your mom will love watching these movies together…


When Mother’s Day rolls around, there’s one thing she truly wants: quality time with loved ones, whether it’s a homemade brunch or a fun activity together. But sometimes, the perfect way to bond is simply gathering in the family room for a movie night. We’ve curated a list of the best Mother’s Day movies, from relatable comedies to heart-warming dramas, showcasing the diverse roles of matriarchs. With options for every mood and taste, letting your mom choose a film she loves is an easy way to make her day special. So, grab the popcorn and get cosy - there’s nothing like a movie marathon to celebrate the incredible woman who raised you. Happy Mother’s Day!

Book Club: The Next Chapter

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‘Book Club: The Next Chapter’ invites viewers to join the beloved characters of Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, and Mary Steenburgen on a new adventure set against the enchanting backdrop of Italy. As empty nesters, the characters navigate the next phase of their lives, grappling with newfound freedom, rediscovering passions, and embracing the joys and challenges of aging gracefully. With humour, heart, and a dash of Italian flair, this sequel promises to resonate with audiences as it celebrates friendship, love, and the enduring bond of the book club members.

A Thousand And One

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In the film ‘A Thousand And One,’ mothers are depicted as imperfect yet resilient figures who strive to do their best, even in the face of adversity. The story revolves around a mother who is recently released from incarceration and is determined to rebuild her life and reconnect with her son, who had been placed in foster care during her absence. Despite the challenges she faces, including navigating the complexities of reintegration into society and overcoming past mistakes, the mother is unwavering in her commitment to her child. Through her journey of redemption and reconciliation, the film explores themes of love, forgiveness, and the unbreakable bond between a mother and her child.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

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In the award-winning film ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once,’ viewers are immersed in the poignant journey of an estranged mother and daughter who embark on a tumultuous path towards reconciliation. As they grapple with their own individual challenges and dispiriting experiences, they gradually begin to rediscover the deep bond that once united them. Through moments of heartache, resilience, and unexpected revelations, the film beautifully portrays the complexities of familial relationships and the enduring power of love to heal wounds and bridge divides. As the characters navigate their shared struggles, they ultimately find solace and strength in each other, illuminating the transformative power of forgiveness and the unbreakable ties that bind them together.

Mom’s Day Away

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In ‘Mom’s Day Away,’ Bonnie Somerville’s character, Laura Miller, feels overwhelmed and unnoticed as Mother’s Day approaches. Seeking respite from her responsibilities, she spontaneously escapes on a getaway with her best friend, indulging in much-needed relaxation and adventure. Rediscovering her identity and enjoying the freedom from daily burdens, Laura returns home to a family now awakened to her sacrifices. Their heartfelt gestures of love and gratitude serve as a poignant reminder of the importance of self-care and the enduring bond between a mother and her loved ones. Through her brief escape, Laura not only rejuvenates her spirit but also strengthens her connection with her family, underscoring the power of love in even the busiest of lives.

Instant Family

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In the touching comedy-drama ‘Instant Family,’ Rose Byrne and Mark Wahlberg star as Ellie and Pete, a couple who decide to adopt three siblings from foster care, plunging them into an unexpected crash course in parenthood. As they navigate the challenges of instant family life, from late-night feedings to sibling squabbles and navigating the complexities of the foster care system, Ellie and Pete’s journey is filled with laughter, tears, and moments of profound connection. Through it all, they discover the transformative power of love and the true meaning of family, forging deep bonds with their adopted children and learning valuable lessons about resilience, sacrifice, and the importance of embracing life’s unexpected twists and turns. ‘Instant Family’ is a heart-warming celebration of the resilience of the human spirit and the enduring power of love to unite and uplift us all.