Major key for when you're having a hard time getting a movie green-lit in Hollywood: Throw the word "bad" on the front! Bad Zookeeper, Bad Oboist, Bad Narcoleptic—the industry is yours for the taking.

Today it's Bad Moms, starring Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and an American treasure sadly not quite as famous as those two yet, Kathryn Hahn. The red-band trailer up top, set to David Guetta's Nicki Minaj-featuring "Hey Mama," features the three actresses rejecting the taxing peer pressure to be picture-perfect mothers. They opt instead to drink, rage out, make brutally honest remarks about their kids' lacking intellect and #cuss a bunch. Kristen Bell's bit at the end is dynamite.

You'll also spy Jada Pinkett Smith and Christina Applegate, who plays a PTA enforcer named Gwendolyn. Kesha also has a role, following her parts in 2015's Jem and the Holograms and Jane the Virgin.

Bad Moms, due July 29, is the second directorial effort from Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, who last did 2013's 21 & Over. The duo wrote The Hangover and created the short-lived ABC series Mixology.