Journalist Fred Flarsky reunites with his childhood crush, Charlotte Field, now one of the most influential women in the world. As she prepares to make a run for the Presidency, Charlotte hires Fred as her speechwriter and sparks fly.
June Diane Raphael
A grounded, soulful, celebratory comedy about three mothers and their adult sons. The film explores the stage after motherhood, Otherhood, when you have to redefine your relationship with your children, friends, spouse, and most importantly, yourself.
Tracee Ellis Ross voiced Homegirl in the movie she also plays Marsai Martin's mother on Black-ish. See more »
At the final pitch meeting Jordan walks in the front door, but her car can be seen through the glass parked in it's space behind the meeting room. See more »
[Little Jordan pulls up to a red light in her car. The car next to her rolls down its window and smoke billows out]
Stoner in Car:
How old are you?
Little Jordan Sanders:
Man, I don't even know.
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The movie lacked a strong story, making the plot wishy washy and jumpy that being said, it was still a very enjoyable movie.
The belly shaking laughs were mainly in the first half of the movie. It grew less funny when once the transformation actually happened.
Regina Halls role was executed very well and what made it more funny was that the characters were relatable to my own life.
I feel if you cannot relate it to yourself, then this movie may not be for you.
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