Review Revue: 'Battleship,' 'What to Expect When You're Expecting,' 'The Dictator'
By Tom Charity, Special to CNN Elizabeth Banks, left, and Brooklyn Decker star in "What to Expect When You're Expecting." (CNN) — Hollywood loves a cash cow, and Heidi Murkoff's pregnancy bible surely qualifies. It spent more than a decade on The New
Five couples. Five babies. Ten FREAK OUTS! If anything is clear about What to Expect When You're Expecting, no one has any idea what to expect, despite the best-selling book the film takes its inspiration from.
The New York Times is a bit less pessimistic than the Washington Post, but if you're looking for something new to get nervous about, here you go. Better yet, I'll summarize: we don't know the outcome, but it will be ugly. Of course, it's already ugly,
In today's case for Just Giving Us the Damn Birth Control: new babies are more costly than you might have dreamed, even when it's not you who's giving birth.
By Jessica Marshall Ahhh birth. The miracle of life. And one of Hollywood's favorite plot points. Birth scenes in movies range from shouty and grunty.