Baby On Board
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Rotten: One winces for the cast, although end-title outtakes suggest that the principal stars had a high time -- which can only mean that when it comes to loving whoopee cushion humor, there is no middle ground.
- Chuck Wilson, L.A. Weekly, Thursday, April 2, 2009
Rotten: ...a seriously underwhelming comedic endeavor that suffers from an almost total lack of genuine laughs...
- David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews, Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Rotten: It's clear that the writers, producers and directors don't have any idea what goes into the delivery of a child, nor how the legal system works
- Kevin Carr, 7M Pictures, Thursday, June 24, 2010
My goodness it is lucky Heather Graham is so darn likeable. Otherwise I would be panning this big time, but thanks to her, this was watchable. Just.
- romy861, Monday, May 31, 2010
Angela (Heather Graham of The Hangover) is trying to land a new vice president position by spearheading her first perfume line along with dealing with an impossible boss (Lara Flynn Boyle). She discovers she's pregnant but before she can give the good news to her attorney husband Curtis (Jerry O'Connell), she sees him in the arms of another woman and suspects he is cheating on her. Curtis thinks she may have been unfaithful as well because he always uses a condom while Angela is certain he's sleeping with a client. The situation is not helped by the bad advice coming from his buddy Danny (John Corbett of Sex in the City). They refuse to talk and work things out spending the next nine months giving one another the silent treatment.
- xxdebxx, Wednesday, November 3, 2010
being a girl, i usually love cheesy romantic comedies, but this one was soo tacky and lame. Only stuck through it because it was raining outside. I did laugh at one point though: when Lara Flynn Boyle said 'hospitals arent really my thing' - her plastic surgery fiasco has her looking like a chipmunk! Poor skinny, skinny lady.
- bamadeb77, Saturday, May 23, 2009