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Georgina is an ambitious young London professional who learns she has only one month left in which to conceive a child. After exhausting all possibilities with her baby-phobic boyfriend, Georgina turns to her wildly optimistic friend Clem, with whom she sets out to identify and "land" the perfect father for her child. Written by
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Ben, can you please go back to your friends so I can have a wee? Thank you.
I suppose watching is out of the question?
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Written by Catherine Feeny
Performed by Catherine Feeny
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Recently I have seen a slew of low budget independent films with Heather Graham staring. I'm not sure if she can just not find work in the Hollywood main stream or if maybe she is trying to hone her craft in the independent scene. Well, I'm going to have to go with Hollywood rejecting her, because her choices in films have not been great. In my opinion she is a beautiful woman who has done some pretty good work before but to me it's beginning to feel like just another Heather Graham movie, like this film here. OK, to be fair she does have an accent (no matter how bad it is) in this film so that is something to separate it. My point being she always delivers the same performance, exactly what the her character is and adding nothing new or unique, just a simple cookie cutter character for each film. Here is no exception, the premise could have been unique but is not, it could have brought about some very genuinely funny moments but does not in fact like Heather Graham this film does nothing more then it's simple story requires. In fact what is scary is that in most romantic comedies I feel it's the pointless supporting cast the can kill a film a take screen times away from your leads. Well in this case believe it or not the supporting cast is actually better an d more of them would have made for a better film instead we have same old Heather Graham and her on again off again boyfriend who is a jerk every time they are on screen together but then some how is the nice relatable guy when they are separate hmmm. Well, I have already drug this review on more then the film deserves, it's a waste of a good idea and just all to typical.
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