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Very true-to-life :D
I don't know why this movie was rated so much lower than I thought it should have been rated, but there could have been many factors involved. By the way, I recently became a Dad (3 months ago), and was babysitting our son while my wife took a break from being mommy and watched this chick flick. In about 20 minutes into the movie, she ran into my room laughing hysterically and asked me to go watch the remainder of the movie with her. Her reasons - our own life experiences as first-time, to-be parents was so similar to the events in the movie, that often we were in splits just reminiscing the journey of our baby's birth.
And for those teenagers and unmarried folks out there who detest the thought of marriage and parenting, here's my advice to you (not that I'm a veteran parent already :) - this movie is the closest you will get to a preview of the anguish, pain, humiliation, unpreparedness, social isolation, frustration, pride and joy you will experience being a mother or father for the first time. Getting ready for that transition in life is only the first step to the exciting roller-coaster of a ride that we know as parenting :) To quote the character of Chris Rock from the movie (and I feel the same way, 100%) "I've never been so happy in my entire life, till I became a Dad...exhausted...but happy."