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Baby Mama is a story of a successful and single business woman. She dreams of having a baby. But unfortunately, she discovers that she is infertile, so she hires a working class woman to be her unlikely surrogate.
Yes, the film doesn't offer many surprises and grows soft and predictable by its conclusion. But it does avoid the sappy sentimentality of the genre. The movie -- and its lead actresses -- charms us more than we might expect.
April 25, 2008
Lyles' Movie Files
Fey and Poehler have great chemistry and they truly compliment each other well
Baby Mama is far more funny than it has any right to be and boasts a dynamite pairing that shows plenty of promise for the future: here's hoping Fey and Poehler pick something a little less formulaic for their next project.
Baby Mama is hilarious. I could quote its awesome one-liners out of context for diminishing returns. It's also smart. The jokes are cribbed from the anxiety list of anyone who's spent too much time reading the New York Times Style section.