May 17, 2012 3:34PM
All the cast in this movie are awful! What has happened to GOOD WRITING THESE DAYS? DAMN, MOVIES NOWADAYS SUCK!!! Especially the kids they have on TV/movies now. They are REALLY bad...They act so dumb that they are UNBELIEVABLE. What kid acts this way at home or school? Isn't acting suppose to mean "not acting", you know making it real? Lord they suck! That's why my family sticks with reruns from the 50s-80s because those actors KNEW HOW TO ACT AND ARE BELIEVABLE!!!
May 17, 2012 3:36PM
Another flop..... big surprise. Why do movie companies waste their time & money filming stuff like this?? It'd be easier just to flush their money down the toilet. Even THAT would be more exciting than watching this movie.
May 17, 2012 5:30PM
Stupid movies, they keep doing the same thing over and over and wonder why no one goes to watch them. I won't even rent movies like this anymore.
May 17, 2012 3:53PM
Good acting is passe'. Bombs/ bullets/ bigger bombs, car chases, special effects, car wrecks, more gunfire, bullets that can knock the door or hood off of your car, even more spectacular explosions, etc. Who needs to interupt the mayhem with acting?
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What to expect when you see 'What to Expect When You're Expecting'
By Mary Pols
We are extremely suspicious about what can be gained from the movie adaptation of "What to Expect When You're Expecting." First of all, this guidebook sat on our nightstand for a year. It spooked, hectored and only occasionally soothed us. It is one long lecture, already familiar to just about everyone who has ever given birth in America (93 percent of pregnant women read the thing, according to a poll by USA Today). More than 17 versions of Heidi Murkoff's book are in print, although -- little-known fact -- women come to resent this book so much they toss it the second they wean their babies. Do we need to relive that in fiction? Who gets to act out the passages on hemorrhoids: Jennifer Lopez or Cameron Diaz? We doubt even our beloved Elizabeth Banks can make the section on "excess saliva" riveting. Not to mention that Hollywood has already covered most of this fertile (sorry!) territory. Who can better the ultrasound scene in "Juno," top the slapstick of double deliveries in "Father of the Bride 2" or improve on Bella's awesomely bloody emergency C-section in "Breaking Dawn"? Here's our slideshow of how Hollywood has already covered pregnancy. The subject headings are straight from the bible of gestation, the fourth edition. Or maybe the 12th. We've lost track.