When it comes to the family drama genre, we usually start to imagine films or shows which are all emotional and drama. Something so painful and heart-wrenching that you end up using up the entire tissue box. However, just as every medicine isn’t supposed to be bitter, every family drama shouldn’t make you cry. And it will prove wonderful to you if you check out the trailer for the upcoming Netflix Family Drama titled ‘Yes Day. ‘
The movie trailer was released yesterday, and we can’t help but get excited about it. So, if you haven’t watched it yet, make sure you read this entire article, because we have an in-depth preview for you!
As the trailer begins, we are introduced to Allison Torres, an affectionate wife and mother of three. He believes that there is one thing that parents and children always disagree with. We then came face to face with Carlos Torres, Mr Husband, and the father of the children. They are always on the brink when they try to keep their young from anything dangerous. Whether it’s an oatmeal volcano or jumping through the roof using a sheet, they have to say no at least 50 times a day. But things will change, because Katie Torres, the oldest daughter, has a plan. He proposed a deal in front of his parents about ‘Yes Day‘where they have to say yes to whatever their children say. When Katie called her parents likable killers and underestimated their power to say yes to children and be fun, they accepted the challenge.
The once playful and carefree couple, ready to relive their early days, were overshadowed by the responsibility and care after they became parents. Now the rules will be made by their children for the next 24 hours. Will they be able to keep up? Now that’s not an easy task. When the day starts the next morning, the kids are ready. Ellie, the youngest, wants to do her mother’s face, but with watercolors. Yes! Children want car windows to be opened while washing the car. Yes! And then they entered into a great balloon fight. The couple tried their best not to disappoint their children, but Katie felt there was no way they could do it all day long. And to be honest, he wasn’t completely wrong.
It’s hard for Carlos to keep up today. He didn’t want to be a barrier between all the happiness and pleasure his family was experiencing. But he forgot that togetherness is all a family needs to find happiness. Allison soon realized that in the whole process of being a responsible parent, they had missed the chapters of being close to them. They failed to make them happy. And now he wants to make a difference through the day huh. Finally, we see Allison in a completely different avatar. Responsible mother is ready to fight over stuffed gorilla toys for her children. While he aims to win it, he takes the entire shop to the floor and ends up in police custody. But that didn’t stop him from making it a memorable day. She returns home and turns the house into a beautiful place, filled with food, drinks, balloons, foam slides, and all the fun things you can imagine.
Directed by Miguel Arteta, the film is based on the children’s book Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld published under the same name. The film stars Jennifer Garner as Allison Torres, Édgar Ramírez as Carlos Torres, Julian Lerner as Nando Torres, Megan Stott as Layla in the lead role, with June Diane Raphael as Aurora Peterson, Fortune Feimster as Jean, Hayden Szeto as Officer Chang, Greg Cromer as Fred Peterson and various other important roles. Yes Day is scheduled to release on Netflix on March 12, 2021. So don’t forget to watch and watch it with the whole family. Say Yes to Yes Day!