A carefree college student has his life turned upside down when his out-of-wedlock baby is suddenly left on his doorstep. He suddenly finds that he can no longer cope with being in school ...
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Brian Austin Green,
The mother of the family for which Michelle baby-sits dies unexpectedly. Michelle is asked to take over looking after the children and is gradually "seduced" by the father. When suspicions ... See full summary »
David Burton Morris
Kelly keeps getting into trouble with the police. Her mother agrees to her going into a juvenile detention centre overnight. She is kept there for much longer. During her incarceration she is assaulted by inmates and abused by the system.
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Brian Austin Green,
Harley Jane Kozak
A carefree college student has his life turned upside down when his out-of-wedlock baby is suddenly left on his doorstep. He suddenly finds that he can no longer cope with being in school and performing in a rock band and has to face decisions on how to care for the infant. Written by
John Sacksteder <email@example.com>
I felt that this movie showed that people do give up a lot when having an unplanned child but that it doesn't mean having to ruin their lives.
The movie "Unwed Father" starring Brian Austin Green and Nicholle Tom was a terrific portrayal of what happens when two people have a baby from a one night stand. Melanie, (Tom) showed that it takes great courage to live with your mistakes and make the sacrifice that she made initially when giving up her child to the birth father, Jason (Green). Brian Green did a terrific job playing the role of a father considering at the beginning of the movie he was a college 'kid' who was willing to give up his paternal rights. I was quite upset with both sets of parents at first; understanding that it is a mother's worst nightmare to have her child relive the events from her life. I thought it was unfortunate that Jason's stepmother was so selfish about her marriage and her beauty sleep that she forced him out using the excuse that her marriage (to Jason's dad) was in jeopardy. This movie showed that people do give up a lot when having an unplanned child but that it doesn't mean having to ruin their lives.
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