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WATER MOMS
By Joleene DesRosiers

GENRE: Comedy
LOGLINE:

When a new mom in town pulls a group of parental misfits together to help hydrate and encourage an underdog high school marching band, it results in watery warfare after a jealous rival tries to sabotage the band in order to become ‘Water Mom of the Year.’

SYNOPSIS:

GRACE ALLEN (42) is a small town mom who needs to feel relevant again. After the death of her husband (who was devoured by a shark after he thought it was a good idea to feed it milk bones), Grace and her 14-year-old daughter RUBY relocate to the community of Lakeshore. Ruby joins the unenthusiastic high school band. But during Ruby’s first down-home country parade at her new school, Grace discovers that the band has no parental support. The kids are dying of thirst and sweating to death. An already experienced Water Mom, Grace starts a new Water Mom’s Club at Lakeshore, much to the chagrin of the Lakeshore High’s biggest rival mom, MIRANDA MOODY (35).

Miranda is a Middle Heights Academy mom, determined to take home the “Water Mom of the Year” trophy. But she feels threatened by Grace and all Grace has done to help Lakeshore become the best high school band in the area.

To nab the trophy, Miranda tries to sabotage Lakeshore High. She sneaks vodka into the water cooler, runs like an idiot savant through the band’s number during judging (this is a no-no), and steals the drumline’s sticks, all in an effort to make sure Lakeshore High doesn’t qualify. But Grace Allen won’t have it. To save them during the biggest competition and parade of the year, Grace goes back into her past and pulls out the karaoke champion in her. Her song, coupled with the band’s best playing, gives the crowd something to get excited about. But will it save the band - and rip the "Water Mom of The Year” trophy out of Miranda’s hands?

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William Gunn

Great premise. The synopsis is a tiny bit long though. I'd pay $15 to see the movie.

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