"Moms' Night Out" Opens for Mother's Day

Film Said to Entertain But Also Enlighten

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A family-friendly comedy called «Moms’ Night Out» is opening today, in time for Mother’s Day.

The film was co-written by Jon Erwin, who also directed it with his brother, Andrew Erwin. The Erwin brothers also directed the pro-life film October Baby.

The comedy stars two-time Emmy Award winner Patricia Heaton, Sarah Drew (Grey’s Anatomy), Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings) and platinum-selling country music star Trace Adkins.

Lead character Allyson (played by Drew) wants a night out with her friends to enjoy a peaceful, grown-up evening of dinner and conversation. But all sorts of things go wrong as the women leave their husbands to watch the kids for three hours. The release states, «‘Moms’ Night Out" is an endearing true-to-life family comedy that celebrates the beautiful mess called parenting.»

“I alternated between snort-laughing out loud and soft, silly sobs while watching this larger than life portrait of the fun, craziness, and beauty of the vocation of motherhood,” says Lisa Hendey, founder of CatholicMom.com and author of The Handbook for Catholic Moms. “The film entertains, but also enlightens, on the true value of every mom’s work and worth. A great film for the whole family!”

MOMS’ NIGHT OUT is a Kevin Downes Production of an Erwin Brothers Film.  MOMS’ NIGHT OUT is directed by The Erwin Brothers, and produced by Kevin Downes in association with Four Boys Films and Pure Flix Entertainment.  MOMS’ NIGHT OUT also features David Hunt (24), Andrea Logan White (REVELATION ROAD), Robert Amaya (COURAGEOUS), Abbie Cobb (NCIS: LA), Harry Shum, Jr. (Glee) and Alex Kendrick (COURAGEOUS).

Written by Andrea Nasfell and Jon Erwin, MOMS’ NIGHT OUT was filmed in Birmingham, Alabama., and is being distributed by TriStar Pictures, AFFIRM Films, and Provident Films.  MOMS’ NIGHT OUT is rated PG for mild thematic elements and some action.

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