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  • Author : Molly Harper
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release Date : 2016-07-26
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Pages : 304
  • ISBN 10 : 9781476794402
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The Single Moms Club
Directed byTyler Perry
Written byTyler Perry
Produced byTyler Perry
Ozzie Areu
Matt Moore
  • Tyler Perry
CinematographyAlexander Gruszynski
Edited byMaysie Hoy
Music byChristopher Young
Distributed byLionsgate
  • March 14, 2014
111 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$8 million[1]
Box office$16.4 million[2]

The Single Moms Club is a 2014 American comedy-drama film produced, written, and directed by Tyler Perry.[3] The film stars Nia Long, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Zulay Henao, Cocoa Brown, Amy Smart, Terry Crews, and Perry. The film was released on March 14, 2014. The film received negative reviews from critics. It grossed $16.4 million against a production budget of $8 million.


The story is about a group of five single mothers with very different backgrounds who come together when their 11 to 12-year-old kids collectively get in trouble at their private school.

Hillary (Amy Smart) has three kids, her ex-husband refuses to pay child support because she has the house. Jan (Wendi McLendon-Covey) is an executive and struggles to hold on to her stressful publishing career. May (Nia Long) is a journalist, aspires to be an author, has a drug-addict ex and a teenage son interested to know more about his dad. Esperanza (Zulay Henao) hides her new boyfriend Manny (William Levy) from her ex-husband Santos (Eddie Cibrian) because she fears she might lose his financial support. Lytia (Cocoa Brown), a sassy waitress, tries to keep her youngest son from falling into a life of crime.

Lytia rushes out of her diner with her two kids to catch the bus, but misses it so Branson (Terry Crews), a personal trainer interested in her, offers her a ride to a school meeting. May meets Jan about publishing her book, but Jan rejects it. May's car won't start so she asks T.K. (Tyler Perry) to help, but leaves her purse behind while rushing to the meeting.

At the meeting the principal tells the parents that their children vandalized the school and were caught smoking. The board wanted to expel them, but she asked for a probationary period for them. She asks the parents to volunteer for the fundraiser and school dance. The five agree to meet up later to organize.

After the meeting, T.K. brings May her purse and asks her out to dinner, but she declines. Esperanza goes to her daughter's birthday, where her ex gives his daughter a cell phone, which angers her as it undermines her parenting.

The five meet at Hillary's, Lytia arrives early and finds her distraught, as her ex took everything in the divorce and she had to fire the maid. In addition to organizing the dance, they decide to start The Single Mom's Club to support single mom's everywhere. Afterwards, each woman has her own drama: May picks her son up from school as his father never showed up, Jan didn't get the promotion she'd hoped for, Branson brings Lytia a funeral wreath because he likes her and T.K. read May's book and liked it, so they meet up for coffee to discuss it.

As the enchanted forest is the theme the group chose for the dance, Hillary asks her new neighbor, Peter (Ryan Eggold) to build the forest for it. The group decide to go out socially every week, so take turns watching each others kids. For an organized movie night, Hillary looks after the kids while Esperanza takes Manny, and May hooks Jan up with Tony (Sean Carrigan), a friend from work. While at the movies May's son runs away and they cannot find him. Blowing up at everyone, May tells them to leave, severing ties with the group. T.K. stays at May's to comfort her. When her son finally comes home, he tells her he went to see his dad. He went by bus, and his dad robbed him for drugs. Upset, he wants to know why she hadn't told him he's an addict.

Esperanza goes to her ex's car dealership to confront him about undermining her and threatens to take him to court for more child support. By the end, all five women make up with their children, May finally decides to join the ladies at the school dance and The Single Mom's Club is back on.


  • Nia Long as May
  • Amy Smart as Hillary
  • Cocoa Brown as Lytia
  • Terry Crews as Branson
  • William Levy as Manny
  • Wendi McLendon-Covey as Jan
  • Tyler Perry as TK
  • Eddie Cibrian as Santos
  • Ryan Eggold as Peter
  • Zulay Henao as Esperanza
  • Sean Carrigan as Tony


The Single Moms Club began filming on November 26, 2012, in the city of Avondale Estates, Georgia.[4][5]


The Single Moms Club received negative reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, it has an approval rating of 18% based on 28 reviews, with an average rating of 4.4/10. The site's critical consensus reads, 'The Single Moms' Club finds Tyler Perry avoiding some of the pitfalls of his earlier work, but continuing to rely on heavy-handed melodrama at the expense of sensible characters or absorbing storylines.'[6] On Metacritic, the film has a score of 31 out of 100, based on 16 critics, indicating 'generally unfavorable reviews'.[7]

Entertainment Weekly writer Chris Nashawaty rated the film a 'C+' grade. He felt the female cast played 'clichés cribbed from a booklet of screenwriting Mad Libs,' and found Perry's filmmaking to be blunt and unsubtle with its 'canned sentimentality, lazy stereotypes, and easy uplift.'[8]Jordan Hoffman, writing for the New York Daily News, gave credit to the Jan and Lytia pairing for having 'a nice mix of comedy and genuine race/class tension', but criticized the other women for being 'soap opera clichés' and the abandonment of the single-working-mother empowerment theme in favor of coincidental and ludicrous relationships, calling it 'a film about catharsis and camaraderie, not logic.'[9]Alonso Duralde of TheWrap also found criticism in the movie's lazily-written, hard-working female characters and low entertainment value, saying 'while it's frequently unintentionally hilarious, it's also crushingly dull.'[10]

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Stephen Schaefer of the Boston Herald saw the women as 'one-dimensional' with superficial lives and contrived problems that come to an unearned conclusion, calling the film 'a lackluster empowerment fantasy that veers between dull and embarrassing.'[11] Ignatiy Vishnevetsky of The A.V. Club gave the film a 'D+' grade, commending Perry for delivering an 'uncharacteristically low-key and charismatic' performance and backhandedly complimented him for creating 'a conventionally well-made film', but said that 'Perry's movies are rarely dull or repetitive. The Single Moms Club, meandering and schlock-free, is an exception in this regard.'[12] Sheila O'Malley from found the script's romantic relationships 'slapdash' and clashing with the film's overall theme but commended Perry for handling the multiple storylines and the actresses for being 'sympathetic and engaging', singling out Nia Long for being 'emotionally accessible and funny' and bringing 'a fresh and natural presence' to her role.[13]

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Scott Foundas of Variety magazine said that the film showcases 'The prolific Tyler Perry muses on the travails of single motherhood and the ongoing battle of the sexes in a surprisingly sharp and funny female-empowerment ensemble'.[14]

According to Jen Chaney of The Washington Post, 'The Single Moms Club goes for a mix of escapism and reality-based drama and winds up with a movie that can only be enjoyed via the running, snarky commentary that will inevitably scroll through most audience members' heads as they watch.[15]


Nicolas Rapold of The New York Times said that 'Mr. Perry's latest film touches upon some recognizable and realistic challenges with efficient compassion, but there's probably more dramatic tension in a car pool than in this film's collection of predicaments'.[16]

Claudia Puig of USA Today liked the actresses in the film, and called them 'better than the material', but commented on the film's given dialogue as 'predictable and frequently pedestrian'.[17]


In 2014, Lionsgate Films released a Region A-locked version of The Single Moms Club on Blu-ray as BD50 disc with a flyer for an UltraViolet Digital Copy. The release was reviewed by M. Enois Duarte of High-Def Digest on August 14, 2014, who gave it 3 out of 5 saying regarding the whole digital experience as 'only for those devoted and loyal to the Tyler Perry conveyor belt diet'.[18]

Television adaptation[edit]

On January 9, 2014, it was announced that the Oprah Winfrey Network ordered a drama series based on film. The show premiered on September 9, 2014. Zulay Henao was the only actress from the film to reprise her role (Esperanza).[19]


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  4. ^'Tyler Perry begins filming 'Single Moms Club' in Georgia'. November 27, 2012. Retrieved July 5, 2021.
  5. ^Ellis, Ralph (November 23, 2012). 'Tyler Perry Filming in Avondale Estates Nov. 26-Dec. 5'. Patch. Retrieved July 5, 2021.
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  7. ^'Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club Reviews'. Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved July 5, 2021.
  8. ^Nashawaty, Chris (March 28, 2014). 'Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club Movie'. Entertainment Weekly. Time Inc.
  9. ^Hoffman, Jordan (March 14, 2014). 'Tyler Perry's 'The Single Moms Club': Movie review'. New York Daily News. Tribune Publishing. Retrieved July 5, 2021.
  10. ^Duralde, Alonso (March 14, 2014). ''The Single Moms Club' Review: Moviegoers — and Moms Especially — Deserve Better'. TheWrap. Retrieved July 5, 2021.
  11. ^Schaefer, Stephen (March 14, 2014). ''Moms' a bad-time story'. Boston Herald. Digital First Media. Retrieved July 5, 2021.
  12. ^Vishnevetsky, Ignatiy (March 14, 2014). 'Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club is atypically competent—and boring'. The A.V. Club. The Onion. Retrieved July 5, 2021.
  13. ^O'Malley, Sheila (March 14, 2014). 'The Single Moms Club'. Ebert Digital LLC. Retrieved July 5, 2021.
  14. ^Foundas, Scott (March 14, 2014). 'Film Review: 'Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club''. Variety.
  15. ^Chaney, Jen (March 14, 2014). ''Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club' movie review: Hope the kids are all right'. The Washington Post. Retrieved July 5, 2021.
  16. ^Rapold Nicolas (March 14, 2014). 'A Cranky Bonding Agent for Society's Oil and Water'. The New York Times. The New York Times Company. Retrieved July 5, 2021.
  17. ^'Perry's 'Single Mom's Club' oversimplifies struggles'. USA Today. March 14, 2014. Retrieved July 5, 2021.
  18. ^M. Enois Duarte (August 14, 2014). 'The Single Moms Club'. High-Def Digest. Retrieved July 5, 2021.
  19. ^'OWN Sets Cast For New Tyler Perry Drama Series 'If Loving You Is Wrong''. Deadline Hollywood. June 5, 2014. Retrieved July 5, 2021.

External links[edit]

  • The Single Moms Club at IMDb
  • The Single Moms Club at AllMovie
  • 'Tyler Perry's The Single Moms Club: Film Review'. The Hollywood Reporter. March 14, 2014.</ref>
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