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, ...
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Doctor William Rush is not your average on-call professional. He's not attached to any hospital, he's highly discreet -- no matter the ailment, his clients must pay a cash-only premium, and... See full summary »
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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Fifteen minutes into the movie, in the scene where Georgina and Zak are visiting Zak's sister and right after the pregnancy mold is broken, the movie flashes to Georgina a few times, showing her reaction. It is clear that the baby in her arms is a doll, not a live baby as you are shown earlier. See more »
Getting in shape?
I don't think there's really anything wrong with my shape, thank you very much.
We're in a park and Clem needed a wee, so...
The tree gets it.
[Ben and Georgina both laugh]
If you don't mind, I would actually like a bit of privacy, so thank you.
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Everything to me
Written by Christian Henson and Caroline Lofts
Performed by Caroline Lofts
Published by Untouchable Songs/Air-Edel Associates Ltd See more »
Pass on this one
It was difficult to laugh at the supposed jokes, delivery and timing was really off. The only scene that caused me to laugh out loud was similar to a scene from "What about Mary" when Mary mistakenly uses a certain body fluid as hair gel.
Why is the movie advertised as country of Orgin "Germany". It takes place in the UK with British and American actors. Nothing German here.
Too many details are so unauthentic it was distracting, for example, our pretty petite lead character owns a construction company (more realistic if she was the secretary), the film production assistant has a Valley Girl accent (British accent would be more appropriate), The lead character is going though menopause at the age of 34 (at least make her 40 yrs old?).
Pros about the movie: I enjoyed the character who played the macho construction guy. The best part about the movie is how gay friendly it was.
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