Great Movies Never End, Even When Summer Does!
It’s hard to believe we’re rounding the corner towards September, but MFM has all the greats, including Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson in The Hitman’s Bodyguard. With vintage Samuel L. style, there are some colourful words, but it’s darn funny! No more summer camp? We’ve got you covered. MFM will be screening some family friendly fare at our theatres, so kids can get a laugh, and mom can have a break. Please note: As of September 1st, MFM resumes it’s regular schedule.
MFM now has DATE MORNING!
Movies for Mommies screens all genres of movies (not just rom coms), and for a long time we’ve wanted to make our screenings more accessible to spouses who aren’t on maternity or paternity leave. Often parents will say “My husband wanted to come but had to work today, can’t you screening it on a weekend?” YES WE CAN! Film.Ca Cinemas in Oakville is our first location to run MFM on alternating Saturday mornings at 10:30 AM. Join us this Saturday, August 12th for the next Date Screening. Enjoy a date with your partner, bring the baby, enjoy a grown up movie and some quality time together! Full details are on our screenings page.
Hey Dad, You’re Always Welcome at our Screenings!
MFM always promotes and welcomes Dads at our shows. So if Dad is able to take a long lunch or some time off this month, we hope he’ll join you and your little film critic for a date matinee. Got friends? They’re welcome to join the fun too!
Looking for a Stay at Home Business Opportunity?
Not sure what you’re doing after mat leave ends? Consider becoming a Movies for Mommies Licensee. As a licensee you own your own business, work flexible hours from home and best of all you can bring your baby to work! If you’re outgoing, organized, social media savvy, and of course love movies, send us an email or phone us and let’s connect. We are currently looking for licensees for Ottawa and Waterloo.
See you at the movies,
Owner & Founder of Movies for Mommies
Mom of Two Awesome Boys
MFM is an afternoon of decadence for you to enjoy in a baby-friendly way. What does that mean? All our films run with reduced sound levels, loud enough to hear, but soft enough to protect sensitive little ears. If it’s your first time taking your little film critic to see a movie, here is some info to make you’re outing awesome.