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Laugh your way through Bad Moms 2 on a girls' night out
Grab your girlfriends and come along for a night of laughs watching Bad Moms 2 at the Mitcham Wallis Cinemas on Friday 10th November.
In the movie under-appreciated and overburdened moms Amy (Mila Kunis), Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Carla (Kathryn Hahn) rebel against the challenges and expectations placed on them, as moms, at Christmas time. As if creating the perfect holiday for their families isn't hard enough, they are expected to accomplish it whilst hosting and entertaining their own respective mothers when they come to visit.
Bad Moms 2 is written and directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, and produced by Suzanne Todd and Bill Block. Susan Sarandon, Christine Baranski and Cheryl Hines play the parts of the three mothers and Jay Hernandez and Peter Gallagher also star in the film.
The Bad Moms 2 girls' movie night has been arranged as a fundraiser for Moving Paws Inc. and will be held at the Mitcham Wallis Cinemas, 119 Belair Road, Torrens Park. Tickets are priced at $25 each. They include a glass of bubbly on arrival and a raffle ticket for the door prize and they can be purchased on-line from the Moving Paws website. Physical tickets will not be issued but names will be recorded and checked at the door.
Bad Moms 2 will be screened at the Mitcham Wallis Cinemas in Torrens Park
Arrival time at the cinema is 6.15 pm, which will give you plenty of time to enjoy your glass of sparkling wine and maybe even win the door prize before you sit down with your girlfriends to laugh your way through the movie.
Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine before the movie starts. (Photo by Waldo Jaquith (Flickr) via Wikimedia Commons).
Moving Paws Inc is a not for profit registered charity dedicated to the protection and rescue of small breeds of dogs which need new homes and new humans to love them. They are a team of volunteers and they specialize in caring for senior and special needs dogs. Some of the rescued dogs are too old, sick or traumatized to be adopted out to new homes and remain in the loving care of Moving Paws for the rest of their lives.
Some of the many small dogs rescued by Moving Paws.