Movie Review: A Bad Moms Christmas (NC16)
Amy (Mila Kunis), Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Carla (Kathryn Hahn) are back for a sequel of 2016's Bad Moms, with a holiday twist.
If you had watched the first movie, you can expect similar bursts of pop songs and some Christmas songs in a similar comedic (but unrealistic) storyline.
The three worn-out mothers go wild at Christmas - think crude jokes, sexual scenes and even nudity as they rebel against the holidays and even their own mothers.
Sure, the film is colourful and the ending is fairly heartwarming, but it is still cliche overall.
I'll give it five stars for the laughs but only one for the plot.
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