Mother's Boys (1993) - Rotten Tomatoes

Mother's Boys (1993)




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In this suspenseful horror movie, a mother deserts her family and suddenly returns years later, hell-bent for revenge. Mayhem ensues.

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Colin Ward
as Michael
Joss Ackland
as Lansing
J.E. Freeman
as Everett
J.E. Feeman
as Everett
Lorraine Toussaint
as Robert's associate
Ken Lerner
as Analyst
Mary Anne McGarry
as Planetarium Woman
Sachi Ena
as Cynthia
Jeanine Jackson
as Market mom
Jesse Stock
as Market Kid
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Critic Reviews for Mother's Boys

All Critics (7) | Top Critics (1)

Curtis will send chills down your spine...she's that ice-cold!

May 6, 2005 | Rating: 3/5

Audience Reviews for Mother's Boys


Jamie Lee Curtis plays Jude (an unbalanced mom) who leaves her husband Robert (Peter Gallagher) and three children without an explanation. Three years later she returns thinking she can pick up where they left off but finds instead that Robert is petitioning her for a divorce and marrying Callie (Joanne Whalley). She finds an ally in her eldest son named Kes who is not happy at his parents getting divorced so she manipulates him into getting rid of Callie. If you want to know the full gory details you will have to watch the film yourself. Jamie Lee did a good job of playing the whacked out psycho mother using her children as leverage to get the father back and Vanessa Redgrave was also good in her few scenes as Jude's mother.

Deb S
Deb S

Super Reviewer

Not really good. There have been movies out there who do the same thing but a lot better. It was really slow to get going and then the end just came and went. Nothing original about this one. Even the usually good Curtis felt out of place here.

Jason Spencer
Jason Spencer

Super Reviewer

Hilariously pulpy Jamie Lee Curtis film with an idiotic ending. It's crudely entertaining, but not a good film by any means.

Drew Smith
Drew Smith

Super Reviewer

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