Stephanie is a single mother with a parenting vlog who befriends Emily, a secretive upper-class woman who has a child at the same elementary school. When Emily goes missing, Stephanie takes it upon herself to investigate.
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Stephanie Smothers (Anna Kendrick) is a widowed single mother who runs a blog with crafts and recipes. Emily (Blake Lively) is a busy working mother, a PR director for a fashion company, whose son Nicky attends the same elementary school as Stephanie's son, Miles. Emily and Stephanie become fast friends, arranging play dates for the boys. They trade confessions, and Stephanie admits that as a teenager, she had sex with her half-brother, Chris. Emily expresses her frustration at the lack of success of her husband, English professor Sean Townsend, and their poor financial situation. Emily has a work crisis and asks Stephanie to babysit Nicky, as Sean is in London. After two days of Emily not responding to calls, Stephanie calls Emily's employer, Dennis Nylon, and he tells her she is in Miami. Stephanie calls Sean, who calls the police. Emily had told both Stephanie and Sean that she hates having her picture taken, leading Stephanie to sneak into Emily's work and find a photo, which she ...
This is Paul Feig's first film to be shot in Univisium 2.00:1. John Schwartzman used the aspect ratio for Jurassic World (2015) & The Book of Henry (2017), both directed by Colin Trevorrow, and Blake Lively also starred in a film shot in Univisium 2.00:1 called Café Society (2016). See more »
When Sean's phone screen is visible as an inbound call rings, the wireless carrier shown on it is Rogers. The company only provides phone service in Canada, where the movie was filmed, not Connecticut, where the scene takes place. See more »
What did you guys get up to today at school?
I saw my mom.
Um, I understand, Nicky, that sometimes we think we see people that we miss even if they're gone.
No, I saw her. She was right outside the fence by the kickball yard at recess.
Well, lots of people look like someone else.
Nobody looks like mom! She told me to say hi to Stephanie.
Nicky, this is unhealthy.
Miles saw her too, right Miles?
I think I did. But I don't know. I was playing tetherball.
Did you two hatch this up? Is this a game,...
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My wife an I were pleasantly surprised by this gem. The two lead actresses did a great job. The first half of the movie kept you engaged. The second half dragged a bit but overall it was a very good film!
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