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What to Expect When You're Expecting
It's too late to pull out now.
Challenges of impending parenthood turn the lives of five couples upside down. Two celebrities are unprepared for the surprise demands of pregnancy; hormones wreak havoc on a baby-crazy author, while her husband tries not to be outdone by his father, who's expecting twins with his young trophy wife; a photographer's husband isn't sure about his wife's adoption plans; a one-time hook-up results in a surprise pregnancy for rival food-truck owners.
This took all my years of film training not to turn it off within the opening ten minutes and it never improved. In fact if I was a woman I’d be offended that this is the sort of shit Hollywood tries to shove in my face in the name of entertainment. It’s a horrible excuse for a film in every conceivable way from its excruciatingly unfunny attempts at humour to its ultra-conservative message (notice which couple suffer from a miscarriage - no doubt punishment for getting pregnant from a one night stand).
The five interconnected stories about the trials and tribulations of pregnancy are predominantly played for laughs and follow the same template - the woman is confident about wanting…
Perfectly captures the pain and agony of childbirth.
Well, I'm calling it: pregnancy sucks.
A dramedy based on an honest to God pregnancy guide, not a novel, but an actual guide for pregnancy. What could possibly go wrong? You would think it would be hard to get an actual story out of a "pregnancy guide" and after watching this film I would guess that assumption to be right. Lionsgate's President of Motion Picture Productions, Alli Shearmur, said this had potential to be a franchise. This is what's wrong with fucking Hollywood.
There is nothing to analyze. The film features five couples who are expecting kids... and that is IT. Apparently whenever screenwriter Heather Hach would have a hard time thinking of anything remotely resembling a plot, she…
What to expect when you're expecting. Expect the worst. I could have done with some gas and air myself to get through it.
I make it a point to never touch my face so as to preserve my extremely delicate complexion. I haven't put a single finger to my face in over two years. If anyone else touches my face, they die. I've racked up quite a body count. But I would rather rub a greasy rotisserie chicken across my forehead than watch this cuntstain again.
I'm gong to pay dearly for forcing my husband to watch this.
A painfully unfunny combination of unrelateable characters, cringeworthy dialogue and a plot which somehow feels boring and cliche, despite being a subject which has the potential to be emotional and engaging.
Having just become a parent for the first time at the beginning of this year, the trials and tribulations of pregnancy, childbirth and parenthood felt diluted and hardly tackled at all, barely scratching the surface of what could have made an incredibly impressive film with different, interweaving plotlines.
Very funny and enjoyable, and though I waned on Glee after two seasons, Matthew Morrison is still hot.
This movie was much better than I was expecting, with a good interweaving plot, great acting and cast, some of the best bits are Chris Rock trying to act serious which cracks me up and the whole dad group idea is funny.
Decir que Qué esperar cuando estás esperando no ofrece lo que promete es ser un poco rácano. Afirmar que se limita a cumplir sin aportar una mínima chispa es ser justo. Unir a muchas personas bajo una circunstancia común dejó hace décadas de ser un recurso original. Hacerlo bajo el de la maternidad lo aproximaba lo suficiente al amor como para que el referente, más o menos consciente, fuera la sublime –sí- Love Actually (Richard Curtis, 2003). Así las cosas, puede decirse que la presente película no huele ni el dedo meñique del pie izquierdo de su modelo. No obstante, resulta más digerible que engendros del calibre de Noche de fin de año (New Year’s eve, Garry Marshall, 2011).
On the whole, I'd rather give birth.
One star, but it's for Rebel Wilson.
A Love Actually ensemble film for the expectant parents demographic that is nowhere near as good or entertaining -- on any level -- as that joyous, British, holiday-themed, love-fest which is impossible to watch without cracking a smile (or mildly swooning).
While the majority of the characters in Love Actually are likable -- which helps add to the film's charm -- the same cannot be said about the characters in What to Expect When You're Expecting. Most of the jokes here are made AT someone as opposed to WITH someone and so some of the humor feels cruel and/or mocking. As the entire film is comprised of expecting parents, nearly all of the humor has been tried and tested before…
Sometimes you just need a movie in the back ground full of familiar faces doing nothing of any note that you can ignore while you tweet and at the end of it not feel as though you didn't waste your evening.......
As an aside......they must feel it's ok if they're in a crap movie all together......
Agreeable comedy that circles around a number of couples expecting babies, with each couple's story intersecting. Uneven, not particularly funny, but watchable.
omfg very very funny
ive watched this like seven times alright
i think i meant to watch another one with jlo but ended up watching this and its gOLDEN
rec. if you like chick flicks and humor
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