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Mother's Day 2019- 5 Movies To Watch With Your Mother

By: Pinki Thu, 09 May 2019 3:12 PM

Mother's Day 2019- 5 Movies To Watch With Your Mother

Mother's Day is an occasion to give a shout-out to the moms in our lives — and not just biological moms, either. Our found mothers, the nurturing presences in our lives. The moms of our friend groups, and our friends who just became moms. Essentially: The pack of women who surround us and build us up.
So, what better way to celebrate Mother's Day than by making popcorn and watching movies that also celebrate the pack? Netflix has no shortage of options that toe the line between feel-good and tear-jerker, between sentimental and inspiring. To wit: the perfect Mother's Day watch.

Consider adding some of the characters in these movies to your friend group, for their run-time — or longer.

* Knock Down the House (2019)

Before Alexandria Ocasio Cortez was a firebrand Congressman with 4.2 million followers on Twitter and roster of policies, she was an underdog candidate from the Bronx supporting herself as a bartender. The filmmakers who created Knock Down the House captured that AOC. Ocasio Cortez is one of the documentary's four women subjects who were motivated to wage unlikely fights against Democrats establishments for the 2018 primaries.

* Someone Great (2019)

Someone Great identifies the need for a new genre: break-up movies. Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) is leaving New York and a nine-year-long relationship behind. Before she starts over, she'll rely on her two best friends for one last Manhattan adventure.

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* Someone Great (2019)

Someone Great identifies the need for a new genre: break-up movies. Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) is leaving New York and a nine-year-long relationship behind. Before she starts over, she'll rely on her two best friends for one last Manhattan adventure.

* Nappily Ever After (2018)

Yes, there is such a thing as a beauty journey – and Violet (Sanaa Lathan) is on one. For years, Violet associated her self worth with having perfectly coiffed hair. But when her ex reveals his true personality and her life falls apart, she undergoes an extreme version of a break-up cut. She shaves off her hair, and so begins a whole new chapter in her life.

* The Last Resort (2018)

In the 1970s, two young photographers traveled to South Beach, FL to document a vibrant population, just before it faded. In these years, many Jewish retirees settled along the beaches of Miami. Andy Sweet captured them in colorful, exuberant photos – but why did he suddenly disappear? The Last Resort is part mystery, part memorial to a bygone era.

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