Baby Boom (1987)
Average Rating: 6.4/10
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Management consultant Diane Keaton has no time in her life for anything except her high-profile job. All this changes when she inherits a 14-month-old infant from a pair of recently deceased-and very distant-relatives. Intending to put the child up for adoption, she discovers that she has grown fond of the kid and has begun to thrive on the responsibilities of motherhood. All of this, of course, jeopardizes Keaton's love life and professional standing, but all turns out well when the baby
Oct 7, 1987 Wide
Feb 6, 2001
MGM Home Entertainment
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Keaton is fabulous in roles like this, where she plays the nervous, infectiously-spastic independent woman who has needs, particularly when they are written with equal parts gushy sweetness and savage wit by Nancy Meyers
With the ever-charming Keaton in the lead, the flick turns out to be as harmlessly entertaining as it is outlandishly unrealistic.
Delightfully funny and honest
So-so comedy with Keaton still straining to keep up with her post-Woody Allen career.
A wonderful performance from Diane Keaton pulls the movie through.
Comedy starring Diane Keaton about a Yuppie who tries to have it all in life.
Nice performances by Keaton and Sam Shepherd almost give this anemic comedy the energy it lacks.
Mildly cute chick flick with a great performance by Sam Shepherd.
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