Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukah. It’s that time of year again, time to receive angelic school cancellation messages and bundled in for a spirited Christmas movie. Like many others, I decided to tag along on my parents date night to see the new movie A Bad Moms Christmas. As an avid fan of the first Bad Moms movie, I was intrigued by the sequels introduction to the older generation: the mother’s to the original Bad Moms characters. As this masterpiece hits the big screen, we must take a moment to appreciate the movies accurate representation of women’s issues. The movie begins with the introduction of the original Bad Moms cast; Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Katheryn Hahn. This rag tag group of women highlight the struggles of modern moms. As they panic to gather Christmas necessities, they are interrupted by an unexpected visit from their mothers. Famed actresses such as Christine Baranski, Cheryl Hines, and Susan Sarandon all make an appearance in the modern film. Through the inconvenience of unexpected motherly love, these Bad Moms overcome their struggles by supporting one another and consuming copious amounts of alcohol. In the end, the women overcome their hardship just in time to supply their children with a material filled Christmas. This film receives a 3/5 as, in hindsight, the film was a good laugh, but in reality, it was a poor representation of female problems and an accurate portray of America’s consumer holiday.