Synopsis: Three parents try to stop their daughters from losing their virginity on prom night.
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Kay Cannon
Production: Universal Pictures
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
102 min

(grand orchestral fanfare


(children chattering playfully)


It's okay.

You're gonna love it.

Happy first day of school.

Bye, sweetie.

- Hi!

- Hi.

Hey. I'm Sam.

Hi. I'm Julie.

(all giggling)

- Bye.

- Bye, Mom.

(giggling continues)

I'm Hunter.

Sam's mine right there.

The one with the glasses.

I'm Lisa.

That's my Julie.

I'm Mitchell. (sniffles)

Kayla's hero.

Oh, are you okay?

- Yeah, yeah.

- You crying?

No, man, it's a...

big day, that's all.

- Yeah.

- You know, can I have a tissue, please?

- Yeah, yeah.

- Thank you.

- It's a big day for all of us.

- Yeah.


Thanks. (sighs)

(sighs, chuckles)


Come on, let's go!

I think our daughters

are friends.

- SAM:
I'm so excited!

Me, too.

And I think that means

we're friends.


Should we go get a drink?

You okay?

- Yeah.

- Yeah.

- Yeah.

- Do you guys want to go get a drink?

Just... Ah, they made it.

You guys want to go grab

a drink real quick?

Is he asking us if we want

to go grab a drink?

I'm really hoping it's coffee.

Ah-ah, ah-ah, ah-ah...

(overlapping chatter)

Is it a dream

keeping you awake?

(indistinct chatter)

- Aah! That's so...

- Shut the f*** up.

Is it the stillness

- Happy Halloween!

- That makes you shake?

(speaking mock Kazakh

a la Borat)

I can see Russia from my house.

Red Vines!

Red Vines!


Red Vines!

What's on

the ocean's floor...


That's right!

(shouts indistinctly)


Hey, hey, Hunter, get out, man.

(girls squealing)


Put your seat belts on!

Oh, my God!

(all screaming excitedly)

- Surprise!

- Surprise!

No way! Thank you, Mom!

Thank you so much! (squeals)

Be careful.

(over phone):
Just walk

your fine ass out the door

I do my hair toss,

check my nails

Baby, how you feelin'?

Feelin' good as hell

Hair toss, check my nails

Baby, how you feelin'?

Feelin' good as hell

Feelin' good as hell

Baby, how you feelin'?

Feelin' good as hell

MAN (over TV):

Absolutely gorgeous out.

You're probably gonna miss

these mornings

that we spend together, right?


You're gonna make me cry.

And I don't want to cry,

because it's prom night.

And it's supposed to be,

like, the most magical night

of your life, and, you know,

I'm just so anxious about it.

Well, call me

if you feel anxious.

Or maybe FaceTime me,

if it wasn't too loud.

I mean, if it was too loud,

you could just...

we could wave or whatever.


That'd be funny.

And then I can do...

You know what I was thinking?

You should send me photos

throughout the night.

Like, not...

not, like, all night long,

but if you could do it

like every 30 minutes or so,

then I can put together

one of those iBooks.

- That would be so fun.

- Yeah.

That would be a really...

I don't think

you would regret that.

(Lisa chuckles)

- Mom?

- Mm-hmm?

Are you gonna be okay

when I go to college?

Who, me?






Don't even get me... (laughs)

Don't even...

- Please.

- (Julie chuckles)

Okay, bye, Mom!

- Okay, bye.

- I love you.

Okay, I love you.


Oh, good, you did the laundry.

Yeah, and got a totally sleepy,

happy baby.

Full-blown Renaissance man.

- (chuckling):

- Believe it.

It's a good thing

she's asleep, too.

I was going through

the laundry.

- Uh-huh.

- Found these new thongs.

You know what I'm gonna do

with these?

Paging Dr. Muff Diver.

Dr. Muff Diver, you're needed

in the O.R. immediately.

Emergency surgery.

Later on tonight,

I'm tearing these off

with my teeth

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Brian Kehoe

Brian Kehoe (; born January 23, 1982) is an American male fashion model and former reality television show participant on Oxygen's program The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency. more…

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