Roberts and Aniston’s combined star power is not enough to make this movie watchable.
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Like "Valentine's Day" and "New Year's Eve" before it, "Mother's Day" introduces various characters whose stories intertwine as they prepare for the title holiday. Like its predecessors, this latest Marshall romp boasts an extensive all-star cast, including Hector Elizondo, Margo Martindale, Jason Sudeikis, Timothy Olyphant and Jennifer Garner. We meet everyone a week before Mother's Day, as family drama reigns. Kristin (Britt Robertson) is a new mom who feels she can't marry her baby's father until she resolves her own maternal issues: meeting her biological mother. In keeping with the whole far-fetched thing, she decides the best way to do it is to surprise the woman during a high-profile public appearance. 'Mother's Day' is in Beirut-area theaters.
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