These are indeed moms, and they do have dinner, but the 'fun' part is in short supply.
A safely predictable, predictably safe movie about characters who never risk or question anything, and filmmakers who think poop jokes are the height of wit.
It's predictable, but at least there are some surprise turns in what promised to be a strictly by-the-numbers road.
Psst. Have you heard? On big screens across the nation women are behaving badly, really badly.
It's ... undeniably disappointing when a movie called Fun Mom Dinner isn't, well, much fun.
While good company might make or break a night out, sadly it can't save "Fun Mom Dinner" from being more than just fitfully funny.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
A perfectly enjoyable way to spend 81 minutes.
Salty, sweet and fun to chew over - sort of like taffy, but not so hard on the dental work - Fun Mom Dinner is a palatable addition to that growing subgenre of bawdy, female-centric comedies.
Director Alethea Jones and writer Julie Rudd have some formal finessing to do, but could prove a valuable team in a mainstream comedy landscape still short on loud, proud female voices.