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“What To Expect When You’re Expecting” is possibly the worst movie of 2012, the film that may have forever ruined Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zero’s song “Home” for the rest of my life.
Essentially this is this year’s version of “New Year’s Eve” or “Valentine’s Day” where the studio rounded up a bunch of used-to-be-big-named actors and actresses losing their noticeability like Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez to play Atlanta soon-to-be parents (none of whom sport a southern accent in the film in accordance with their location).
They are actors in what seems to be a how-to go-through-pregnancy book transcribed into a fictional dramedy in hopes that their faces could market the movie but with no intention of putting together anything worth quality.
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