Baby Mama Reviews

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August 14, 2008
This formulaic feelgood romantic comedy delivers everything it promises with a streamlined screenplay about a single professional woman, Kate (Tina Fey) who at 37 is desperate to have a baby and the complications that beset her plans
August 14, 2008
There are plenty of laughs in this likeable and uplifting comedy that puts its own twist on life, love, relationships and babies.
July 25, 2008
With this story, and this cast, the movie ought to have been fun.
July 25, 2008
Michael McCullers' script is soft-headed to the point of inanity.
July 25, 2008
The film's talented performers are wasted thanks to a weak script.
July 25, 2008
It's as much fun as actually eating toddler vomit.
July 25, 2008
A lightweight romantic comedy that's to be welcomed, if only for the fact it offers juicy roles to talented writer-actresses Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
July 25, 2008
Fey and Poehler are class comedy actresses, yet this lacks the dramatic spark which would have been supplied by both their characters genuinely hating the sight of one another.
July 25, 2008
It delivers considerably more laughs than one might expect from the Hollywood sub-genre of procreation comedy.
July 25, 2008
Enjoyable and amiable in its daft way.
July 25, 2008
If the plot wasn't so dismally familiar, it might have worked.
July 24, 2008
By Mike Martin - The big news that Steve Martin is funny for the first time in about 15 years as Kate's hilariously dippy hippy boss.
July 24, 2008
Hugely enjoyable, well written and frequently hilarious comedy with several brilliant gags and terrific comic performances from Fey, Poehler and a talented supporting cast.
July 23, 2008
A smart comedy for adults, Baby Mama is a consistently funny pleasure, filled with charismatic performances and a nicely understated emotional element.
July 22, 2008
Baby Mama rises comfortably above formula foundations.
July 22, 2008
While certainly amiable enough, Michael McCullers' directorial debut is, like the gestation that it portrays, somewhat sloppily conceived and capable of delivering no more than what is expected.
July 21, 2008
Good comedy knows no gender, and be you woman, man or any sentient being with a funny bone, you will find boundless delight in two people doing what they do best: being very, very funny.
July 17, 2008
The jokes are, on paper, funny. On screen they just seem like the inevitable, the only thing to say, and their zing zags off into bland, familiar territory... the material didn't coalesce past pointing at something funny and saying, "hey, that's funny al
June 8, 2008
It's no different than watching a third-rate sitcom on a Tuesday night.
June 3, 2008
On one level, it's unfair to penalize a pretty decent movie for not being a great movie, but then again, Fey has proved time and time again that she can do better than this.
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