Mother’s Day Weekend Movies

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Mother’s Day is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate than taking her out to a great movie. Restaurants will be too crammed for those who didn’t book a reservation a year ahead of time and the beaches will be jam-packed for those who want to take advantage of the beautiful weather.

Therefore, the movies will be a perfect choice with so many options to choose from and multiple locations. Just use the Fandango site to purchase your tickets ahead of time to avoid all that line hassle. The choice of a good movie can be difficult to make. To help you decide, we have provided a list of great movies for you to choose from.


New parents Kelly (Rose Byrne) and Mac Rodney (Seth Rogen) move into what seemed a peaceful neighborhood to raise their newborn child. However, complications quickly arise when a fraternity moves into the house next door.

At first fraternity President Teddy (Zac Efron) and right hand man Pete (Dave Franco) have friendly interaction with the couple.

The peace though quickly turns into chaos when the fraternity refuses to keep their partying down and Mac calls the police on them. Soon fun rival pranks turns into an all-out war as both sides use drastic measures for revenge.

It’s family versus frat boys. Who will win?

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Dorothy (Lea Michele) wakes up and finds herself back in her beloved home of Kansas. Unfortunately she finds her hometown in shambles and beyond repair.

As people pack up to leave, Dorothy finds herself transported back to Oz. To Dorothy’s dismay Oz is in disarray and her friends Scarecrow (Dan Aykroyd), Lion (James Belushi), and Tin Man (Kelsey Grammer) gone thanks to the nefarious villain, the Jester (Martin Short).

Dorothy recruits the help of China Princess (Megan Hilty), Marshal Mallow (Hugh Dancy), Tugg the Tugboat (Patrick Stewart), and Wiser the owl (Oliver Platt) to battle against the Jester and save Oz.

Will they succeed?

Moms’ Night Out
After spending night after night caring for kids, sometimes moms want a little night out. The women need time off away from screaming youngsters and have an adult night.

Allyson (Sarah Drew) and her gals feel that they need a relaxing fun evening as just adult women.

momHowever, the night quickly turns into hilarious craziness. The husbands are left alone with the kids and the moms find themselves out on a wild night.

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