This Mother's Day , grab a bag of popcorn and press play — it's time for a movie night! Whether you're a mother, daughter, or both, curl up together with some of Hollywood's famous maternal relationships. From the silly to the serious, these onscreen favorites will bring you close together while you enjoy a relaxing night in, a simple luxury that is well deserved!
In this touching plot, Susan Sarandon plays a terminally ill mother who has to accept her ex-husband's wife (Julia Roberts ) because she will soon become the stepmother to her two children. It's a tearjerker but extremely moving.
A modern-day classic to say the least, Freaky Friday is about the struggling relationship between an overworked mom and her teenage daughter. After reading a magic fortune cookie, they mysteriously switch bodies under a spell, forcing them to adapt to each others lives. They gradually come to terms and make their relationship better than ever.
Set on a colorful Greek island and filled with catchy Abba songs, Mamma Mia tells the story of bride-to-be Sophie (Amanda Seyfried ), who discovers that three men could be her father. Without telling her mother (Meryl Streep ), she invites all three to the wedding . Things get interesting from there.
Not only does Leslie Mann play a mother going through a divorce, but she's also raising a moody teen and trying to avoid a 17-year-old suitor. We come to learn that this unlikely crush is actually her husband seeking to win her back.
Oh, and Zac Efron  is so cute to gush over . . .
Mean girls suck, but this movie doesn't! Let's just say that Amy Poehler  is a bit ridiculous and tries too hard to be a "cool mom." It's pretty hilarious; she even rocks a pink Juicy Couture  jumpsuit and gives up her master bedroom to win the approval of her not-so-nice daughter.
In this coming-of-age flick, Patricia Clarkson plays Rosemary, a free-spirit mother who wants the best for her daughter, Olive (Emma Stone ), a boisterous teen caught in quite the little white lie. Uh-oh.
The Kids Are All Right
Nic (Annette Bening) and Jules (Julianne Moore) are lesbian mothers to two teens. Although they are close, the family gets shaken up when their children seek to meet their eclectic sperm-donor father (Mark Ruffalo ).
Father of the Bride: Part II
Usually sequels don't measure up, but that is certainly not true in the case of Father of the Bride II. Here, the daughter-and-wife duo of George Banks (Steve Martin ) become pregnant at the same time, making for nine months of family and baby bonding.
Thelma and Louise
In this movie about female friendship, a waitress and a housewife head out on an adventure that quickly turns fatal when Louise kills a man in defense of her friend Thelma. It's just as intense as it is empowering.
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Terms of Endearment
Aurora and Emma are a mother-and-daughter pair who, quite frankly, are opposites. The movie takes place over the course of several years, but in the end, they learn that love can be portrayed in different ways.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Here's the deal: a young Greek women falls for a non-Greek man. Things get intense, but lo and behold, it all works out. But, if it weren't for mama, then Toula wouldn't have met the man of her dreams in the first place — classic!
Because I Said So
In this sweet flick, Daphne (Diane Keaton ) plays an overbearing mom obsessed with helping her youngest daughter find love. After a lot of scheming and planning, let's just say things seem to work out for the two of them, especially Daphne!
In this classic, three sisters are raised by their mother while their dad is off fighting in the Civil War. Times are tough, but ultimately these women stick with each other, even when romance comes into the picture.
The Joy Luck Club
Through a series of flashbacks, four young Chinese-American women and their Chinese mothers explore their pasts to help them understand their relationships, mending the cultural divide between them — an absolutely moving film!