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What to Expect When You’re Expecting Review

“What to Expect When You’re Expecting” has a big cast. And I think that’s what’s mostly wrong with the film. The film switches and jumps from plot to plot so quickly the audience has a chance or the time to get to know, understand and like a character before the story moves on.
“What to Expect When You’re Expecting” has a big cast. And I think that’s what’s mostly wrong with the film. The film switches and jumps from plot to plot so quickly the audience has a chance or the time to get to know, understand and like a character before the story moves on.

This was one of the many problems with “Valentines Day” and “New Year’s Eve,” simply too much going on that the audience is drained of any empathy for the film’s characters leaving them in an apathetic stupor.

There’s not enough meat on this bone to feed the storyline for this many couples.

I will give “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” credit for a few laughs, but in the end the film is just an average comedy.

It gets a C- and is rated PG-13

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