Five couples, from a TV celebrity (Diaz) and her professional dance partner (Morrison) to a young pair of rival takeaway food van vendors (Kendrick, Crawford), are expecting babies. They cross paths in Atlanta while struggling variously with commitment anxiety, family dysfunction, finances, raging hormones and bladder control.
It’s Valentine’s Day with more babies and fewer attractive people. Neither a date movie (run for the hills, boys!), nor a chick flick (who wants to know the icky bits?), its intended appeal is a poser. Heavily pregnant people and those with newborns don’t get out much, do they?
Reviewed by Angie Errigo
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