Bridget Everett's New Movies

Fun Mom Dinner0%Fun Mom Dinner
8Our
rating
1:21:00

Storyline:The four mothers Kate (Toni Collette), Jamie (Molly Shannon), Emily (Katie Aselton) and Melanie (Bridget Everett) are very different, but have one thing in common - apart from the fact that their children are all in the same pre-school class: One each of them longs for a much needed break from their stressful everyday life. And so Jamie and Melanie invite the kind hearted Emily to one of their regular dinners, where they just want to relax with a few glasses of wine together. Much to the chagrin of others, however, Emily brings her unapproachable friend Kate to dinner, which directly creates tensions. But what at first threatens to become a blunder, evolves, thanks to alcohol, karaoke and a sweet bartender, to an unforgettable night that will weld the four women together.

Patti Cake$0%Patti Cake$
8Our
rating
1:49:00

Storyline:Coming from a run-down New Jersey town, Patricia Dombrowski (also known as Killa P or Patti Cake $) is an up-and-coming rapper who wants to make her unlikely journey to fame. Because of her last name and her voluptuous body dimensions, she is teased by others as "Dumbo", but that does not stop the teenager as well as the fact that she has to pay for the medical bills of her ill mother (Bridget Everett). Patti receives support from her grandmother (Cathy Moriarty) and her only two friends: her rap partner Hareesh (Siddharth Dhananjay) and gothic-metal fan Basterd (Mamoudou Athie), who help her gain access to the hip-hop scene hoped.

Little Evil0%Little Evil
7Our
rating
1:34:00

Storyline:Gary (Adam Scott) recently met and married the woman of his dreams, Samantha (Evangeline Lilly). But there is a problem: The relationship with his almost six-year-old step-son Lucas (Owen Atlas) is difficult. Not only does he refuse to look his stepfather in the eye, and he barely talks to him. Little by little, Gary also suspects that Lucas may be the incarnate Antichrist. Of course, the other stepfathers from the self-help group can help him little, including Larry (Donald Faison) and the boyish Al (Bridget Everett). Especially since Samantha partout does not want to realize that with her son, whom she probably received when she briefly joined a cult in her twenties, something is wrong ...