What to Expect When You're Expecting

What to Expect When You're Expecting

Challenges of impending parenthood turn the lives of five couples upside down. Two celebrities are unprepared for the surprise demands of pregnancy; hormones wreak havoc on a baby-crazy author, while her husband tries not to be outdone by his father, who's expecting twins with his young trophy wife; a photographer's husband isn't sure about his wife's adoption plans; a one-time hook-up results in a surprise pregnancy for rival food-truck owners.

A look at love through the eyes of five interconnected couples experiencing the thrills and surprises of having a baby, and ultimately coming to understand the universal truth that no matter what you plan for, life doesn't always deliver what's expected. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


What to Expect When You're Expecting torrent reviews

Max B (ag) wrote: Predictable, boring, convenient & cheaply animated. The only part which i gave a reaction to was when Loise gave Brainiac the finger. I would like to give this movie the finger. The Art on the front cover is a misleading awesome print. Peace out

WS W (fr) wrote: I saw its metaphors, but the whole film just sounds so awkward inside out.

Kostas K (fr) wrote: ??? ?? ????? ??? ???????!

Christal H (mx) wrote: I like Hilary more as an actress than a singer!

Cancelled U (ag) wrote: Best documentary on Iraq yet

Richard R (jp) wrote: Just works in every way.

Jim F (br) wrote: Not entirely happy with some of the casting in this, although i still allowed myself to get carried away in the story. A good call would be to watch 'Control' as an accompanyment.

Steven M (mx) wrote: I thought this was very hit-and-miss. It was an uneasy mix of (not very funny) comedy and a romantic, distant view of addiction/slackerism. The episodes weren't sturdy enough to convince me that FH had found redemption. US indie cinema seems to like the idea of a smooth, almost nonchalant path to enlightenment, as in Half Nelson, which didn't convince either. The scenes were he looked at the couple through the window had a poetic splendour, I admit, but would they stop our hero from being a waste of time?Some things I did like; FH's blue wind cheater, the soundtrack, Morton's performance.As for Maclean, I saw her 1989 short Kitchen Sink as well, and though it brilliant.

Tim M (nl) wrote: I think I could just copy and paste the first few sentences of the "movie info" section and fulfill the humor section of my review. Basically Don fights robot-cops, making my dream a reality. A really, really shitty reality that I bought for a dollar. This is required for any one who wants to ride the Dragon-Wagon. Trademark!

Eric R (fr) wrote: Since Cannon films pretty much ran the Ninja craze into the ground (especially after the rather dismal American Ninja 5), they decided to exploit another Asian icon, the Samurai. Here we get David Bradley (American Ninja 3-5) playing, oh my gosh, an American Samurai! When he was a baby his parents plane crash-lands somewhere in Asia where he is found and raised by a Samurai and in turn is taught the Samurai fighting style. Sounds like "American Ninja" you say? You betcha! His 'adoptive' father is even the same actor that played Michael Dudikoff's 'adoptive' father in American Ninja! While growing up, his 'step-brother' gets jealous because his father gains more of a liking for Bradley and a blood feud occurs. Sounds like "The Octagon" you say? You betcha! When Bradley grows up and moves to L.A., a string of bizarre murders in Turkey garner his attention as they feature his brother's signature cut. He travels to turkey with an annoying "photographer" (who his very attractive) to hunt him down. He gets caught and is forced to join in a "fight to the death" tournament. Sounds like "Bloodsport" you say? You betcha!As you can tell there isn't much originality in this movie but you shouldn't expect there to be. The story rips off countless other Cannon and Martial Arts pictures. Bradley gives his usual stiff performance and the love scene between him and the women photographer has to be one of the most "awkward" love scenes ever filmed with body doubles. Even though this film is "supposed" to be bad, it still falls way below other great bad "cannon" fodder like American Ninja and Revenge of the Ninja (those two also directed by B-movie veteran Sam Firstenberg). Only for the most die-hard Cannon film fans or the most forgiving martial arts fans.

Frances H (jp) wrote: One of my favorite movies and seeing it again was a treat. A wonderful cast and Steve Martin at his very best give great performances that bring to life the warm, funny, touching story of all that is best and worst about family, with the inspiring message that the best wins out in the end, or that there are always ups to balance the downs. This is the kind of film that is a true classic, never dated.

Josh M (kr) wrote: There is classic 1980s horror and then there is poser 1980s horror. Ghoulies tries to be good, but falls way short. The uninteresting and stupid plot makes this horror movie one to stay away from and forget about.

Michael W (au) wrote: Civil War vet gets pushed too far and reluctantly wages war on a landbaron intent on driving him off his land for less than fair value. Very entertaining 50s Western. Top notch character actor Jaekel plays the trigger-happy bullying hired hand.

Bob R (it) wrote: A good story destroyed by awful direction and dialogue. Kingsley is excellent, but all this pales when Ben Cross is on screen, quite easily one of the worst on screen performances I have EVER seen, apparently this is a remake of an Indian film "One Wednesday" which is supposed to be superb, which must make this one of the most incompetant remakes ever.

Chris G (it) wrote: Cracking thriller. Great cast.