A large percentage of the highest grossing films have been movies about superheroes with extraordinary powers and abilities. One of the common denominators for just about all superheroes are their hidden identities in society. Clark Kent, Peter Parker, Bruce Wayne and plenty more caped crusaders are seen each and every day in their respective worlds without ever being acknowledged as the great people they are.

In our real world today, there are hidden superheroes all over the place. They go by the name Mom. “Moms’ Night Out,” a new Christian film hitting theaters May 9, is host to some of the most familiar actors of modern media. Patricia Heaton (Everybody Loves Raymond) and Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings & Rudy) are joined by Sarah Drew (Grey’s Anatomy) to tell the chaotic story of a few moms who long to enjoy a night to themselves. But like all great superheroes, Moms, especially those in Moms’ Night Out, are called upon in their most unexpected moment.

Moms’ Night Out hilariously tells the story of what would have happened had God, in all his wisdom, not added Eve to Eden. You’ll surely leave the theater on May 9 (and every time You watch the film after that…perhaps on the DVD you buy from FishFlix.com!) saying to yourself, “Truly, it is not good for man to be alone.”

Join the rest of the wise world in celebrating and appreciating the work of all moms in Moms’ Night Out, in theaters May 9, 2014


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