‘Bad Moms’ Official Movie Trailer — Erectile Dysfunction Jokes In NSFW ‘Red Band’ Preview [Video]

There is a new movie called Bad Moms, which features moms breaking out of the norms and standards set for mothers in some circles that border on an obsession towards June Cleaver perfection. Sort of like The Hangover movie for mothers who are fed up with trying to be perfect, Bad Moms includes stars like Jada Pinkett Smith, Christina Applegate, Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, and Annie Mumolo. The so-called “bad moms” break out of their constraints and pressures placed upon them by Applegate’s PTA-perfect character and society at large.

The Bad Moms cast can be seen in the above photo when they appeared in Las Vegas at STX Entertainment 2016 CinemaCon Presentation on Tuesday, April 12.

Warning: The below official movie trailer for Bad Moms features language and situations that might be offensive to some viewers.

As described in the section on YouTube beneath the official Bad Moms movie trailer, Bad Moms was written by the writers that brought moviegoers The Hangover. Whereas The Hangover brought viewers the male fantasy of breaking away from a controlled lifestyle, Bad Moms brings viewers the notion that mothers also like to shake off the stereotypes placed upon them that society can unduly place upon women with kids.

“In this new comedy from the writers of The Hangover, Amy has a seemingly perfect life – a great marriage, over-achieving kids, beautiful home and a career. However she’s over-worked, over-committed and exhausted to the point that she’s about to snap. Fed up, she joins forces with two other over-stressed moms on a quest to liberate themselves from conventional responsibilities – going on a wild, un-mom-like binge of long overdue freedom, fun and self-indulgence – putting them on a collision course with PTA Queen Bee Gwendolyn and her clique of devoted perfect moms. In Theaters July 29th, 2016″

As the movie trailer for Bad Moms opens, Mila’s character tries to do everything by herself. While she cooks, her dog walks in acting weird. She has four minutes to get her dog to the vet as her dog rides with a helmet on next to her in the SUV. That’s when Applegate’s character calls an emergency PTA meeting, making Kunis’ character spill her hot coffee all over herself. She ends up “super late” for her marketing meeting — and is in danger of missing her child’s first soccer practice.

The bake sale requirements list in Bad Moms reads like a laundry list of no-nos. No BPA, no sesame, no soy, no wheat and more should be found in PTA snacks. That’s when Mila’s character snaps and says she’s done with all the rules.

“I’m so tired of trying to be this perfect mom. Don’t say no to your kids. We all work too damn hard to make our kids’ lives amazing and magical. Their lives are already amazing and magical.”

When store-bought donut holes show up, Applegate’s character loses it. The NSFW Bad Moms trailer goes even further with the outrageous situations.

Warning: The Bad Moms Red Band NSFW trailer features lots of expletives and situations that might be offensive to some viewers.

There’s talk of Mila’s character’s “mom bra” and “uniboob,” which she deems is her sexy bra.

“You’ve got a very Boys Don’t Cry thing happening right now.”

Meanwhile, she’s hailed as a hero for saying everything some of the other moms feel about all the rules. The mother of all play-dates finds the moms breaking free from their “ace bandage” bra that looks like an eye mask and opening their souls to one another.

One calls her husband “never hard,” which means to the Bad Moms crew that he never gets fully hard. As Bad Moms contains talk of folding one of the husband’s penis up like a balloon animal to insert it — along with other parts of his anatomy — it’s a wonder how the jokes about erectile dysfunction will go over with Bad Moms viewers.

In the end, the Bad Moms get drunk and admit their children’s weaknesses, like the daughter who stole money from a homeless woman. They cry over their kids preparing to ultimately go off to college.

“Children are such a gift.”

[Photo by Eric Charbonneau/Invision for STX Ent./AP Images]