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Baby Boom struggles to impart its feminist ideals, but Diane Keaton's winsome leading work helps keep things breezily entertaining.
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The humor in "Baby Boom" is sharp without being heartless.
Constructed almost entirely upon facile and familiar media cliches about 'parenting' and the super-yuppie set, Baby Boom has the superficiality of a project inspired by a lame New York magazine cover story and sketched out on a cocktail napkin at Spago's.
"Baby Boom" makes no effort to show us real life. It is a fantasy about mothers and babies and sweetness and love, with just enough wicked comedy to give it an edge.
''BABY BOOM'' isn't much more than a glorified sitcom, but it's funny, and it's liable to hit home.
If "Baby Boom" were a diaper, though, it would be disposable.
It's so sweetly manipulative, it's bound to reassure those birth-dearth worrywarts.
Allegedly pro-feminist, it still defines a woman by the males who influence her, though its mix of cuteness and acuteness makes it one of Keaton's most likeable films.
The only satisfying thing about the ending is that it keeps any more movie from happening.
The instantly likeable comedy, Baby Boom, stars Diane Keaton in her most winning performance since Annie Hall and a baby so adorable that even that curmudgeon W.C. Fields would be smitten.
It is a startlingly prescient look at the anxieties of motherhood.
While the script is often trite, Keaton turns in her best comic performance since MANHATTAN.
A fine multi-layered romantic comedy with delightful, laugh-out-loud turns from the two leads.
This is a good movie about women and the workplace, it has an excellent cast, and it's funny too. I really liked this movie, and I highly recommend it.
Diane is a busy business woman who's life is turned upside down when a baby comes along. She retires to the country where she has a bottomless pit of a house. She falls for a vet. She makes baby food which she sells across the country. Funny movie.
Yet another one of those childhood films. Cute, but predictable.
The movie is just as awful as the poster
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