We're not saying that we aren't scared of babies, but we're curious enough about what happens when you're pregnant to spend a few minutes watching the trailer for this star-studded take on what happens to your life when you get all knocked up and decide that it's a good idea to run with it. Here are our thoughts, but what are yours?
Sarah Olin: I will see this on the day it comes out and cry the entire way through.
Jon Roth: This entire movie is out of my depth - bottles, babies, breasts... It doesn't look as raunchy as "Bridesmaids," which is a shame, because childbirth is the final frontier of female gross-out comedy. Placenta alone could probably carry a few scenes.
Max Berlinger: This looks like it has the makings of a good comedy--great cast, funny subject matter--but this glimpse seems weirdly joyless to me. I haven't written it off....jury's still out.
Jordan Shavarebi: A few hot men makes any movie digestible for me, but Elizabeth Banks is doing her best Parker Posey impersonation and it's not working. And I hate Cameron Diaz with a passion. But trying to make a movie appeal to unstable pregnant women is, I would guess, similar to aiming it towards gay men, so they may have something here.