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Mothers And Daughters Movie Review

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Review for the film " Mothers And Daughters"
Runtime: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 06-05-2016
Genre: Drama
2 / 5.0



  • Producer:
  • Steve King
  • Amy Williams
  • Danielle James
  • Music Director:
  • David Hlebo
  • Editor:
  • Vince Filippone
  • Director:
  • Paul Duddridge
  • Costume Designer:
  • Karen Mcgovern
  • Devon De La Salle
  • Claire Pettibone
  • Camille Jumelle
  • Art Director:
  • Mondrian Correa
  • Sound Designer:
  • David Michael Erwin
  • First Assistant Director:
  • Nathaniel Dueber
  • Second Assistant Director:
  • Joel Blacker
  • Vladimir Nitescu
  • Co-Producer:
  • Brenna Graziano
  • Noor Ahmed
  • Director of Photography:
  • Mikael Levin
  • Executive Producer:
  • Sean Glover
  • DJ Dodd
  • Daniel Grodnik
  • Eric Gustavson
  • Mary Aloe
  • Michael Torchia
  • Terry Chase Chenowith
  • Sasha Yelaun
  • Tammy Gustavson
  • Line Producer:
  • Lesa Greenfield
  • Hank Grover
  • Associate Producer:
  • Kelsey Law
  • Alastair Sims
  • Gabrielle Salvatore
  • Ric Smith
  • Visual Effects Producer:
  • Russell Barrett
  • Casting Director:
  • Ros Hubbard
  • John Hubbard
  • Still Photographer:
  • Robin Holland
  • Mondrian Correa
  • Distributor:
  • Screen Media Films
  • Sound Re-recording Mixer:
  • Dave Moorman
  • Assistant Editor:
  • Marc Wiltshire
  • Assistant Costume Designer:
  • Maggie Maceri
  • Screenplay Writer:
  • Paige Cameron
  • Story Writer:
  • Paul Duddridge
  • Script Supervisor:
  • Josephine Poupet Dill
  • Elena Antzon
  • Grip:
  • Nicholas Bodkin
  • Breo Freeman
  • Braxton Goe
  • Gaffer:
  • Jose Ibarra
  • Aaron Dowell
  • Nekoro Bunsie
  • Thomas Pena
  • Foley Artist:
  • Mark McBryde
  • Production Designer:
  • Shawn Graves
  • Set Decorator:
  • Clarisse Castelo
  • Makeup Artist:
  • Jean Ann Black
  • Kierra Cole Scheffer
  • Melanie Inglesis
  • Cat Boyles
  • Desiree Falcon
  • Jordana David
  • Hair Stylist:
  • Annemarie Bradley
  • Creighton Bowman
  • Peter Savic
  • Moira Frazier
  • Brant Mayfield
  • Visual Effects Artist:
  • Mark Lecky
  • Set Dresser:
  • Sally Courtois
  • Extras Casting:
  • Jeffrey Karantza
  • Sound Mixer:
  • Aaron Eberhardt
  • Brett Van Deusen
  • Boom Operator:
  • Peter Beer
  • Rie Nasu
  • Doug Pearson
  • Key Grip:
  • Sean Mcqueen
  • Christopher Miller
  • Prop Master:
  • Kevin Bici
  • Production Coordinator:
  • Cameron Volker
  • Supporting Actors:
  • Maga Cardenas
  • Luke Sanson
  • Luke Mitchell
  • Liana Mendoza
  • Lady Bret Crain
  • Kate Hamilton
  • Julia Lanski
  • Jeffery Carter
  • Mira Sorvino
  • Natalie Burn
  • Paul Adelstein
  • Vic Stagliano
  • Taylor Clemenza
  • Steven Scot Bono
  • Stephanie Shamie
  • Stephanie Lehane
  • Selma Blair
  • Sebastian Siegel
  • Quinton Aaron
  • Jack Avenue
  • Isley Reust
  • Becky Demorest
  • Ashanti Shequoiya Douglas
  • Annie Briggs
  • Alexandra Daniels
  • Susan Sarandon
  • Sharon Stone
  • Paul Wesley
  • Eva Amurri Martino
  • Bret Crain
  • Brittani Cox
  • Gilles Marini
  • Ella Stabile
  • Elizabeth Daily
  • David Kloehr
  • Dave Baez
  • Danielle James
  • Courteney Cox
  • Christopher Backus
  • Christina Ricci

The movie Mothers and Daughters brims with stars that we know very well. It is a low-budget movie chiefly relying on the characters in it.  The movie is a directorial venture by Paul Duddridge and it hit the screens during the Mother’s Day Weekend.  One would get a full idea of how the movie is after reading the review below. 


The movie’s story intersects at a point of time in the movie. It projects the pain, the resultant tears out of it, and the final consolations. The plot begins with a woman who is pregnant. Her obstetrician cannot perform procedure on her because he has fallen in love with her. Initially the story starts with Selma Blair and audiences assume that the story is just about to progress ahead smoothly. One among the movie’s characters is contacted by her daughter who separated long time back. There is another daughter in the movie who wants to reunite with her mother. There are many such characters scattered across in the movie.

Star Performances:

The cast in the movie includes Susan Sarandon, Sharon Stone, Courteney Cox, Chrtisina Ricci and Mira Sorvino. The actresses who have done the characters have huge potential that is wasted away in the movie.


There are many lines that the story follows. This consumes considerable amount of time.  The movie’s screenwriter Paige Cameron fails to captivate the emotions in the charactersThere is no subtlety in the movie.  Everything is as blatant as it could be.  It is all a video conference call that could attract audiences with similar taste.  There is no continuity in the narration.  Also, the characters lack the much required emotion.  The story appears to be just a patchwork.

What is there?

  • The actresses in the movie are a big strength to the movie.
  • Some of the video conferencing scenes are interesting.

What is not there?

  • There is no depth to the characters in the movie. Also, the characters are devoid of emotions.
  • The entire screenplay appears to be a patch work. 


It is not a movie worth watching, and would not prove to be a fine weekend treat.