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Labor Pains (2000)

Sarah and Ryan were a great couple, they had their fun together but the man's fear of commitment pushed the woman away. Yet the situation between them isn't over cause Sarah is pregnant and... See full summary »

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1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »
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Sarah Raymond
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Ryan Keene
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Lulu Brown
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Esther Raymond
Kurt Deutsch ...
Patrick
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Madge
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Dr. Senior
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Grant
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Delia
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David Raymond
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Janice
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Woman in Labor
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Dead Man
Lee Brock ...
Stewardess
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Sarah and Ryan were a great couple, they had their fun together but the man's fear of commitment pushed the woman away. Yet the situation between them isn't over cause Sarah is pregnant and she's trying to find ways to hide this news from Ryan and everyone else - except her best friend, who'll probably won't be of much help in this matter. Written by Rodrigo Amaro

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Rated R for some language and sexuality | See all certifications »
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7 November 2000 (USA)  »

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Chinurile facerii  »

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Moody
Written by Joe Lervold & J.Elle
Performed by The Joel Evans Quartet featuring Shanna Carlsen
Courtesy of MasterSource
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Great Comedy Suffers Under Bad Directing
27 November 2001 | by (Seattle, WA. United States) – See all my reviews

I was pleasantly surprised by this comedy. It was well written; in fact much of the dialogue reminded me of Michael Frayn (Noises Off!). There was potential for that rapid-fire repartee going back and forth between two or more characters. Also, the actors were well cast and terrific. I'd say that actors of this. caliber were either working for scale wages or else, the lion's share of the budget went to on-screen talent. The place where this film suffered a crushing blow was the direction. It was written and directed by Tracy Alexson. I think Tracy has a brighter future in writing than in direction. Entire scenes seemed to sag under a lack of direction. If you watch, don't expect a neat and tight comedy. Instead, expect some good dialogue, good acting and a comedy that misses its potential.


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