You, Me and Him (2018)
Critic Reviews for You, Me and Him
Lucy Punch and Faye Marsay play a gay couple and David Tennant their unreconstructed neighbour in this sometimes cute, sometimes crass comic trifle about pregnancy.
Though there is a half-decent idea in here, that's largely because the premise seems have been reverse-engineered from Lisa Cholodenko's excellent The Kids Are All Right.
The female performances are lovely but every time the film gains a little comic momentum, it's frittered away courtesy of some ill-advised and occasionally toe-curling slapstick.
It might not be the most polished production, but it delivers both big laughs and impactful emotion.
Only a bold third act diversion into darkness saves this from being the stinker of the season.
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