Posted on August 1, 2016
2017 Chrysler Pacifica Stars in Bad Moms Movie
Chrysler Pacifica minivan fans in Toronto know a child star when you see one. Just recently born and not fully adult yet, the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica minivan joins legions of glamorous Hollywood stars who have made it in the movies. This summer the Bad Moms movie features the Chrysler Pacifica, along with Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn. With its pace-setting sleekness, style and functionality, the Pacifica deserves every second of the spotlight.
We all love our child stars whether we grew up with them or not, and we know that joining the ranks of popular child stars like Justin Bieber and Jodie Foster who carry on making music and movies for decades is no small feat. But the high-quality Chrysler Pacifica has been created with such star power from its alluring Uconnect theatre, Stow’n Go seats and superb styling that we fully expect it to change the minivan game for decades to come. In the Bad Moms trailer, the Pacifica is featured along with other stars, with each having vibrant personalities and roles to play.
Mila Kunis doesn’t only drive a Pacifica in the outrageous comedy already getting great reviews, she also gets behind the wheel of a vintage 1969 Dodge Challenger as the plot of the movie thickens. This year we’ve seen Jim Gaffigan share his 2017 Chrysler Pacifica with his five adorable kids in heartwarming commercials and ads, and we’ve witnessed Seth Meyers clean up after his dog chewed things up in another great Pacifica commercial that highlights the handy Stow’n Vac, Pacifica’s in-vehicle vacuum. Clearly the Chrysler Pacifica is making its mark on families both large and small, looking and acting fantastic, modern and high-tech.
In Bad Moms, the Chrysler Pacifica is the emblematic family hauler that stands for modern comforts, stability, success, and the parental responsibility that Kunis’ character needs a break from. Her over-demanding, overachieving children who are ferried around in luxury have driven her around the bend. As a star character, the Pacifica simply shines and glitters in its flexible, high-tech glory.
But it’s not for long, as it turns out. After appearing in the film four times, the Chrysler Pacifica gets traded by the harried, exhausted Mom and her two equally stressed-out friends for a muscle car, the wildly powerful and unpredictably adventurous 1969 Dodge Challenger. And so their flight into freedom begins. Bad Moms is one of those movies that simply wouldn’t be half as fun without these fantastic minivans and cars playing starring roles.