How hard can it be for a couple of Dads (Sean Astin, Harry Shum Jr.) to watch their kids for a few hours so their wives can have a break? When Allyson (Sarah Drew) and her friends (Abbie Cobb, Patricia Heaton) take a well-deserved night out, the disastrous consequences prove just how difficult a mom's job can be.
Why Is Moms’ Night Out Rated PG?
Moms’ Night Out is rated PG for mild thematic elements and some action.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Moms’ Night Out...
Violence: A woman accuses her husband of playing violent video games. A little boy is shown playing a shooting game. A bird is accidentally killed. Some characters scuffle. A man is shown with a gun. A man is punched in the nose and another is head-butted. Characters drive recklessly through the city. A man suffers a bloody nose. A woman is accidentally tazered in a police office. One character is pepper sprayed and another is hit by a car. A babysitter pulls out a big kitchen knife while taking care of children.
Sexual Content: A woman takes multiple pregnancy tests.
Language: A mild profanity is heard.
Alcohol / Drug Use:A woman is caught holding an armful of empty alcohol bottles. Characters are shown with cigarettes. A man appears to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
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Details on home video releases of Moms’ Night Out...
Moms’ Night Out releases to home video on September 2, 2014.