Successful and single businesswoman Kate Holbrook has long put her career ahead of a personal life. Now 37, she's finally determined to have a kid on her own. But her plan is thrown a curve ball after she discovers she has only a million-to-one chance of getting pregnant. Undaunted, the driven Kate allows South Philly working girl Angie Ostrowiski to become her unlikely surrogate. Simple enough ... After learning from the steely head of their surrogacy center that Angie is pregnant, Kate goes into precision nesting mode: reading childcare books, baby-proofing the apartment and researching top pre-schools. But the executive's well-organized strategy is turned upside down when her Baby Mama shows up at her doorstep with no place to live. An unstoppable force meets an immovable object as structured Kate tries to turn vibrant Angie into the perfect expectant mom. In a battle of wills, they will struggle their way through preparation for the baby's arrival. And in the middle of this ... Written by
Would You Pay Her... To Have Your Baby?
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25 April 2008 (USA)
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Opening Weekend: $17,407,110
(25 April 2008)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
In the court scene near the end of the film, Greg Kinnear's character mentions a man who's last name is 'Swanson'. This is the same last name as a popular character on Amy Poehler's hit tv show Parks and Recreation has: Ron Swanson, played by Nick Offerman. See more
When Angie goes into labor, Kate drives her to the hospital. In a long shot, they drive over the Benjamin Franklin Bridge to Camden, NJ. Later, they arrive at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital. See more
Welcome to the birthing center. In this birthing class we are going to help you new mommies and daddies, and our mommies and mommies, lesbian lovers...
, Angie Ostrowiski
prepare for that marathon of labor. Quick question before we start, how many of you are planning on doing natural child birth?
[everyone raises hand except Angie and Kate
That's a good show of hands! That's so great, you're all so brave! And how many of you are planning on using toxic western medications to drug your baby for your own ...
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