Christina Hendricks, Mae Whitman and Retta star as three suburban moms driven by desperate circumstances to steal the contents of a supermarket safe. They end up with more money than they bargained for, and a local gang on their tails. Good Girls is funny and surprisingly tender in parts. It’s streaming on Netflix now.
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