Misconceptions (2010)





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This lighthearted comedy pokes fun at the culture wars, and the debate over same-sex parenting. Southern gal Miranda is an Evangelical Christian with all the social and political beliefs dictated by her church, but when she gets what she's sure is a message from God, she does a 180 and decides to become a surrogate mother for a married gay couple from Boston. It's a weird enough situation as it is, but things get even crazier for Miranda when one of her baby-daddies-to-be decides to come down South for a visit -- and won't leave!
Comedy , Drama , Gay & Lesbian
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A.J. Cook
as Miranda Bliss
Orlando Jones
as Terry Price-Owens
David Moscow
as Sandy Price-Owens
David Sutcliffe
as Parker Bliss, Sr.
Samuel Ball
as Tom Dexter
Tom Bower
as Judge Transome
Tyler Cravens
as Albert
Tim A. Powell
as TV Evangelist
Aerica D'Amaro
as Debbie Sue
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Critic Reviews for Misconceptions

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An asinine pileup of improbabilities.

January 21, 2010
New York Times
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Audience Reviews for Misconceptions


Intriguing movie that centralizes around the lives of a young woman, Miranda, who believes that it is her calling from God that she become a surrogate mother. Terry and Sandy, a gay married couple, have been trying to find a surrogate mother who would help them, and Miranda decides to answer their hopes (despite her religious beliefs which conflicts with the couple's life choices). The turns of events enables the couple to closely bond with Miranda, her husband Parker, and her sister Lucy. Great cast- A.J. Cook, Orlando Jones, David Sutcliffe, David Moscow, and Sarah Carter. Worth seeing!

Leo L
Leo L

Super Reviewer


This is pretty much a complete waste of time. I am so happy that it ended the way that it did. Any other conclusion wouldn't have made watching this one worth it at all.

Heather Metzger
Heather Metzger

I think that even teh extream "Christians" in this one were extream. It was pretty funny though, and redonkulous. Orlando Jones is always funny though, so no surprise there.

Sarah Helwig
Sarah Helwig

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