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Our Favorite Movie Moms

November 16th, 2017
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Our Favorite Movie Moms

 

Maternal love can be a powerful force. In honor Bad Moms Christmas release, we have compiled a list of our favorite movie moms.

 

Maria – Sound of Music

 

Shout out to Step Moms! Maria Von Trap is one of our favorite movie moms with her resilient patience and her angelic singing voice that could put any grown man or woman to sleep.

 

Mrs. George – Mean Girls

 

In Mean Girls, Amy Poehler plays Mrs. George, the classic satirical mother who is dying to be young again. While her velour track suit and outrageous personality causes your eyes to roll out onto the floor, Mrs. George is a mom we’ve all experienced and is surprisingly more likable than you would initially expect.

 

Leigh Anne Tuohy - The Blind Side

 

Talk about a power house. Leigh Anne Tuohy has a feisty, strong-willed, and dedicated personality that reveals that motherhood knows no bounds. After watching the Blind Side, you will be left inspired and on fire for justice.

 

Molly Weasley – Harry Potter

 

Molly Weasley raises seven kids with gentle ferocity. She is loving, intense, and the quintessential mother figure.

In the last Harry Potter movie, Molly Weasley takes a stand against Bellatrix Lestrange, an evil wizard trying to kill everyone in her path, including Molly Weasley’s daughter. Needless to say, Mrs. Weasley didn’t sit idly by. Her maternal love not only depicts an incredible picture of a mother’s love, but led to one of the most incredible Harry Potter scenes of all time.

 

Bad Moms

 

Suburban moms know how to have a good time. Albeit slightly terrifying, we love all the moms in Bad Mom and the sequel, Bad Moms Christmas. We can all admit that we have some lofty expectations for our parents, but moms are people too. Bad Moms is a fun way to appreciate their wild side.

Bad Moms Christmas is out today. Celebrate with your mom friends at Stars and Stripes Drive in Movie Theatre.

Who are your favorite movie moms?