What to Expect When You’re Expecting follows the recent trend of adapting seemingly unfilmable source material, into less than mediocre so-called comedies. Despite the interesting cast, this is another noisy and unfunny ensemble comedy featuring familiar faces in even more familiar stereotypical roles. This time we are presented with five couples of varying social, and ethnic backgrounds, as they go about the obstacles of pregnancy. The climax features three birthing sequences in sequential order, each concluded with a crying baby and soft piano music.
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