Kate Holbrook (Tina Fey) is a woman who put her career above her life. Angie Ostrowski (Amy Poehler) has a life that’s a party that she plans on only slowing down to make money by giving birth to Kate’s child.
The truth is that Angie never planned on having that baby and was going to run off with the money. But now she’s actually pregnant thanks to her common law husband Carl Loomis (Dax Shepherd), all while Kate is falling for juice bar owner Rob Ackerman (Greg Kinnear), whose business is being eyed by her boss Barry Waterman (Steve Martin) and his Round Earth Organic Market.
Director and writer Michael McCullers started his career at Saturday Night Live and has made a pretty good run of writing comedies like Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, Austin Powers in Goldmember and The Boss Baby.
It’s a fine comedy, but obviously Fey and Pohler were meant for bigger things. Good news: they succeeded.
The Mill Creek Through the Decades: 2000s Collection has some great movies for a great price like Nurse Betty, One Night at McCool’s, Spy Game, The Emperor’s Club, The Shape of Things, 21 Grams, State of Play, The Hitcher and Cry Wolf. You can order it from Deep Discount.