A look at love through the eyes of five interconnected couples experiencing the thrills and surprises of having a baby, and ultimately coming to understand the universal truth that no matter what you plan for, life doesn't always deliver what's expected.
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My husband and I watched this together, mainly because it was listed as a comedy and he saw Chris Rock in the preview. He was pretty upset that all of Chris Rock’s 3 lines in the move were also in the preview. This is defiantly more of a chick flick than a comedy, although it did have some very cute parts during the movie. The cast also includes J Lo and Cameron Diaz whom I both really like. The movie follows several different couples all in very different types and states of pregnancy. It was very disappointing that the storylines never met up with each other and it seemed too random for the movie to flow properly. There were several times when the story moved slowly that seemed like they should have been replaced more of the scenes with comedy. Since we recently had a baby we could relate to many of the experiences and it made the movie more tolerable. All in all I’d say if you’re having or have had a baby recently you will find this movie too be pretty cute and relatable. If not I’d personally wait until you can find this movie on cable.
A chick flick that isn't that interesting. For women it will probably be enjoyable but for a man it will be a waste of time if you're anything like me. Jennifer Lopez role is completely and utterly useless in every way and she shouldn't have even been in this movie. They adopt a kid from Ethiopia when there are poor kids in this country who wish for a mom and dad to love them! That's the thing to do with these celebrities I guess because they think it makes them special but in all honesty it doesn't and these people should be jeered! If you're a woman watch but if not then skip it and you won't regret it! 5/10