As Hugh Grant is talking to the doctor, the name plate on the door reveals that the doctor's surname is Thatcher. This may be a nod to the fact that Grant is a British subject, since Margaret Thatcher is a late Prime Minister of England. See more »
While trying to operate the adjustable examination table during his first meeting with Sam and Rebecca, Dr. Kosevich knocks off the paper covering the table. It then reappears later in the scene. See more »
The closing credits thank the "city and citizens of Pittsburgh, California," where the hospital scenes were shot. However, the correct spelling of the city name is actually "Pittsburg." Unlike the city in Pennsylvania, the California city's name does not end with the letter "h." See more »
I am a PARENT and I cringed all through this movie. This slop belongs in the early 1900s where the stereotypical woman conned a man into getting them pregnant then guilted him into marrying her.
Why do men have to love the idea of being a father and aspire toward it? Parenting is a hard job and it shouldn't be trivialised, kids change everything about your life and you aren't you anymore. You're so and so's Mum/Dad or so and so's Grandparent for the rest of your life no matter how hard you try to keep your own life. People should be ready to have kids, not have it thrust upon them and be expected to change into Superparent on demand or be shunned like a leper.
There are already too many hurt kids in this world who were born so their parents could have what they wanted, then decided they weren't what they wanted after all. Enough.
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