The Back-Up Plan
has no style or wit, and gets cruder as it goes -- with doo-doo
and P.P. jokes.
Hollywood failed to make this an interesting
funny movie about pregnancy.
And it lacks anything new to make this
film work as a romantic comedy -- it's got no spark.
I found it struggling throughout for some
kind of convincing performances.
Attention all men: stay home -- your bladder
will be gladder.
J-Lo hits a new low in this contrived rom/com
about the perception of conception.
It's all about bodily fluids as over-dressed
pet shop owner Zoe meets sustainable cheese maker Stan on the
very day of her artificial insemination.
Will pregnancy get in the way of romance?
With absolutely no chemistry between the stars, all I can say
is, "Baby, I'm bored!"
The movie called The Back-Up Plan is
a romantic comedy about pregnancy that just lacks a forceful,
compelling romance and struggles to find a convincing performance
from the cast of characters in this production.
It seems Hollywood is not open to making
an interesting, funny film about child birth.
The plot of this adult romantic fantasy
is not very effective, and it is so predictable it borders on