Leading ladies Julia Roberts and Susan Sarandon take on roles as “Step Mom” and “Mom” in this funny, yet touching movie.
Based on the novel by Rebecca Wells, this movie showcases how a fiery mother-daughter feud is settled after the truth and secrets of a mother played by Ellen Burstyn are revealed to her daughter, played by Sandra Bullock.
Based on a true story of how a family adopts Michael Oher, a homeless high schooler in Tennessee. It’s touching to see how the mother, Leigh Ann, played by Sandra Bullock takes Michael in and makes him a part of the family. With her help, Michael became an football player for the NFL.
We know this one is a tear-jerker, but we felt our mother-daughter movie list wouldn’t be complete without this ultimate favorite. We all have ups and downs with our mothers, but that’s how relationships are sometimes. This film featuring Shirley MacLaine and Debra Winger, showcases the incredible bond between mothers and daughters.
This Jane Austen classic has to be one of our favorite love stories. What’s better than watching the epic love story of Mr. Darcy and Elzibeth Bennet with your mom? Our favorite version of the film has to be the TV miniseries starring Colin Firth. But if you don’t have a spare five hours, the shorter, most recent version with Keira Knightley will do the trick, too.
Although this movie is more about a family’s relationship together rather than just a mother-daughter, this funny film deserves a watch. The entire family is along for the ride to California when Olive, the youngest of the family, is invited to participate in a Little Miss Sunshine beauty pageant.
Whether you’ve seen this classic once or a hundred times, it’s never a bad idea to watch it one more time. We love listening to Jo, played by Winona Ryder, tell the story of her sisters and their path from girls to women.
We love how Julia Roberts plays Erin Brockovich, an unemployed single mother who takes on a job as a legal assistant and ends up building a case against PG&E, eventually bringing them down. She’s fiery, sexy, a force to be reckoned, yet still stays an inspiration for her family.
Based on the novel by Amy Tan, this movie shows the differences between Chinese immigrant mothers and their American-raised daughters. Make sure to grab the tissues for this one!