Ever since Love Actually proved that audiences would eat up a movie made up of vignettes centered around a holiday (even if half of them didn’t intersect or have an ending), studios have been churning them out. Lately, they just name them after the actual holiday. New Year’s Eve. Valentine’s Day. To that pantheon we can now add Mother’s Day, from director Garry Marshall, starring Jennifer Aniston opposite Julia Roberts in some kind of Anna Wintour wig. Only a very confident woman can pull off a haircut that dumb looking.