I still totally have this in my head since episode seven of WandaVision and with good reason. What a truly amazing moment and catchy song, Kathryn Hahn is just so perfect!
When their father passes away four grown siblings must face the past and the grim present when they all return to their childhood home and attempt to live together again for a week. Each having their own issues to deal with and trying to come to terms with the choices they have made in life.
Miles Morales becomes a second Spider-Man in his reality along with Peter Parker, but when Kingpin is trying to merge some realities he is about to meet his counterparts from other dimensions. They must work together to save all of their realities.
Amanda and Iris both have relationship problems in the build up to Christmas. They then decide to house swap for the festive period after finding each other online, Amanda living in LA and Iris in Surrey, England. It is quite the culture shock of each woman.
Christmas is a stressful time for the three Moms we met in the first film as they try to get it perfect whilst also having to deal with their own overbearing mothers! But will the plan to take Christmas back work?
Ben has been raising his six children in the forest with a very different approach of a physical and intellectual education. All of that is about to be tested when they must step away from the forest they call home and enter the real world.
Amy tries to do everything looking after her children, holding down a job and putting up with her lazy husband. This is about to change when events put things in motion for her to rebel against the norm with new found friends, they decide to be bad Moms!
Daydreamer Walter Mitty must make some tough decisions in his rather mundane life, which will change everything forever. He has spent the past 16 years working for Life magazine developing negatives for the photos.
Lisa (Witherspoon) lives for Softball, but when she is cut from the US team she then has to deal with how to move on with her life. This involves her boyfriend baseball player Matty (Wilson) and blind date George (Rudd). George has his own problems being investigated by the government and receiving advice from his father Charles (Nicholson).
How do you break free without breaking apart?
I guess the tagline is a great place to start on describing the film, as that was the main problem between Frank (Dicapro) and his wife April (Winslet). Its obvious that in the beginning they really did love each other so much, but over the years after moving to a house and having two children this condemned their relationship to turn to hate as they both blamed one another for not making it in what they wanted to do.