Kassie (Jennifer Aniston) and Wally (Jason Bateman) are best friends. Being unlucky in love, Kassie has decided to have a child using artificial insemination. Wally doesn't like this idea, but he isn't capable of admitting to himself, let alone to Kassie, that he's in love with her. At Kassie's artificial insemination party, Wally gets very drunk and spies the sperm donor's sample in the bathroom. Wally was way too drunk to know what he did that night, and Kassie has moved away because she doesn't feel that New York City is a place to raise a child. Now 7 years later, Kassie has moved back with her son Sebastian. While she is looking to get Roland (the sperm donor) more involved in their lives, Wally can't help but notice the many striking similarities that he and Sebastian share. Written by
The most unexpected comedy ever conceived.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated PG-13 for mature thematic content, sexual material including dialogue, some nudity, drug use and language
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20 August 2010 (USA)
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Opening Weekend: $8,436,713
(20 August 2010)
(12 November 2010)
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
Three of the most popular forms of coffee making are shown in this movie. When Kassie is unpacking her things, a drip coffee carafe is being unboxed. Next, at a restaurant when Kassie meets Roland for the first time, there is a French press at their table. Finally, the pour-over method is shown at Leonard's house. A Chemex glass coffee maker is shown in the background. See more
At the beginning of the final barbecue scene, Wally is seen using a gas grill, as evident by the burner knobs. After walking in the house, he speaks of charcoal and lighter fluid, which are completely unnecessary when using a gas grill. See more
Look at us. Running around, always rushed, always late. I guess that's why they call it the human race. What we crave most in this world is connection. For some people it happens at first site. It's when you know, you know. It's fate working its magic. And that's great for them. They get to live in a pop song; ride the express train. But that's not the way it really works. For the rest of us it's a bit less romantic. It's complicated and it's messy. It's about horrible timing and ...
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Written by William Holland
Performed by The Quantic Soul Orchestra feat. Alice Russell
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