The story centers on a religiously conservative, married southern woman who receives a message from God instructing her to act as a surrogate mother and carry a child for two married gay ... See full summary »
Three brothers on the run from the law head for home, only to discover that their mother lost the house in a foreclosure. Mother ingeniously orchestrates her sons' escape, teaching the house's new owners and their guests a few lessons along the way. Written by
When Ike (Patrick Flueger) takes Beth (Jaime King) to the ATM, you can see the name is Wichita Bank. The film was inspired by a real crime that happened in Wichita, Kansas. Two brothers broke into a home, only to be surprised by the owner, his girlfriend, and their friends. The brothers robbed, raped, and tortured the victims, before murdering all, except one. See more »
Treshawn never gave Beth the code for the store alarm, only the combination to the safe. See more »
Mother has three sons.Her family of criminals stays together and slays together.Her prison-free sons crash their old address not knowing that mum has been evicted.They find new tenants and their friends partying.Nine potential hostages.The home invasion and humiliation show begins.Mommy appears and things become complicated..."Mother's Day" AD 2010 is the remake of Troma's "Mother's Day" from 1980.The premise of redneck terror in the woods is gone,though.The characters are quite bizarre and one-dimensional.There are some unsettling scenes of violence too,but the gore is quite sparse.I enjoyed Rebecca De Mornay's devilish performance as the mother.If you liked recent remake of "I Spit on Your Grave" you can't go wrong with "Mother's Day".8 mothers out of 10.
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