Opportunist Chris Bunce remains Pacific coast investment firm CEO Clark Cooper's favorite by being available always, also when he can snatch up deals Kate Reddy largely set up but lost giving priority to husband Richard and their kids. She gets a dream chance working for New York tycoon Jack Abelhammer, who proves most accommodating, amused by her faults, generous and able to sort of draw her back into enjoying life, so it looks like she'll have to choose when he offers her an investment fund partnership.Written by
When Kate is running late for work in the first 15 minutes, she leaves her daughter's school wearing beige heels with no stocking, while running, she is wearing black stockings with little heel booties, once she gets to work, she is in her beige heels again. It appears they borrowed a clip from late in the movie when Kate runs from work to meet her daughter. See more »
I did have a fish once, but then he kept looking at me with these eyes, like, 'feed me!' So I flushed him.
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This film is about the life of a mother of two young children, who also holds an important position at an investment firm.
"I Don't Know How She Does It" tells the story of a working mother in a fun and lighthearted way. There is so much on her plate, and she struggles to balance between work and home. The film is fluffy and cheerful, augmented by its captions and narrations during still motion. The jokes are funny but a little far in between. The film could also benefit by increasing the emotional portrayal of Kate's lack of bonding with her children. Still, "I Don't Know How She Does It" is a fun film, just don't take it too seriously. Working mothers would connect with this film the most, but other people can still find it enjoyable and fun.
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