Baby Mama

Baby Mama

A successful, single businesswoman who dreams of having a baby discovers she is infertile and hires a working class woman to be her unlikely surrogate.

Baby Mama is a story of a successful and single business woman. She dreams of having a baby. But unfortunately, she discovers that she is infertile, so she hires a working class woman to be her unlikely surrogate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Baby Mama torrent reviews

Denise M (de) wrote: (Naked) Lourdes film - critics loved it - I thought it was possibly worst film i've ever seen.

Ben F (fr) wrote: First of all, I thought that this movie was called "According To Greta", and not just simply "Greta." Anyway, I couldn't tell you the reason for me watching this movie. Me and my sister decided to sit down in front of it from beginning to end. What was so hilarious and at the same time not surprising to me was how similar it was to several other films that I recently saw dealing with troubled teenage girls getting used to a new enviornment. "According to Greta"attempts to create its own originaltity though, using off-beat narratives by Hillary Duff throughout the movie in an attempt to relate with the audience. This doesn't really work on any level, and the awkward chemistry between actors makes this film seem more uncomfortable than sentimental. Hillary Duff plays a girl that has to live with her grandparents for the summer. She hates it, but over time she learns how to love. Wow...I gotta say, that's quite original. I've really never seen that before. How unique and invidualistic. Unfortunately, this plot has been done so many times that its hard to count. But enough about that. We all know how predictable it was. Even if you haven't seen the movie you can tell that it would be this linear. So let's just move on. The weirdness comes in the performances between actors. I don't know who in the right mind thought that Ellen Burstyn and Hillary Duff would be good together, but somehow this happened. What was the result? Weird. That's all I have to say. Duff's person is so vastly different than anything Burstyn could act with. This isn't a good thing. Hillary Duff has this obnoxious attitude to her performances and it's like Burstyn can't keep up with it, not to mention the rest of the cast. The film tries to spice things up a bit by introducing a character that Duff falls in love with. Then they try even further to emphasize the emotion by introducing interracial love, and how for some reason this is considered taboo in New Jersey in 2008. Anyway, it tries to be thought-provoking but ends up being annoying instead. The bad script doesn't help matters. Duff's lines are so predictable and off-putting that it makes the film a real bad experience during particular scenes. I don't know what else to say. "According to Greta" is a film that just seems to be there. It doesn't look like it made much of an impact in any way. The weird script, bad acting, and annnoying sentiments only make this movie harder and harder to deal with as the movie progresses. I'll just say it. Its a movie to stay away from.

Bruno V (ru) wrote: Put the Dvd back in the Box ...No fun animated persona....

Calvin C (es) wrote: Marion Cotillard's Oscar-winning performance is amazing. The film however is told in flashbacks and flash-forwards which makes the story all of the place. This is one of those cases where a straight linear storyline would have worked since Cotillard carries the film anyway. Grade: B+

Enrique Z (jp) wrote: medio predecible a partir de la mitad pero no esta nada mal para ser el intento de cine de arte de esta actriz de Friends

Steve B (ru) wrote: Fantastic indie movie. Only a severe movie snob who takes himself too seriously would not like this movie. :)

Rachael D (it) wrote: "what's new pussycat??" LOLLove this movie! so adorable!

Liam U (fr) wrote: If Carrie was having period problems, Delia is having a hell of a time with it. Better than Omen III, but it retreads much of what happened in the first (dog, sinister nanny, etc). I did like how Delia played her parents against each other, and her hitting the school bully upside his head with her lunchbox was brilliant. So yeah, not great but thankfully not dire.

Jerico T (de) wrote: Modern Kung Fu at its finest

Kunst J (kr) wrote: If you are only familiar with Peter Boyle from Everybody Loves Raymond you need to see him playing Joe when he was in his prime. This stands along side Taxi Driver as another great performance from him in a 70s classic. The performance of a young Susan Sarandon as Joe's daughter also adds an extra element of interest.

Rachel P (it) wrote: Was not expecting that twist at the end.

Benedikt F (kr) wrote: Tarantino's speech on the homo-erotic subtext of Top Gun alone makes this viewing worthwhile. Apart from that it's a solid drama carried by strong performances from the actors.