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Várandósok - Az a bizonyos 9 hónap

Várandósok - Az a bizonyos 9 hónap
Várandósok - Az a bizonyos 9 hónap Rating: 49 out of 100 based on 25 reviews.
Termelés
Director:Kirk Jones
Producer:Mark Bakshi (executive producer)
Douglas McKay (co-producer)
Mike Medavoy (producer)
Arnold Messer (producer)
Erik Murkoff (executive producer)
Heidi Murkoff (executive producer)
Alan Nevins (executive producer)
David Thwaites (producer)
Louis Phillips (co-producer)
Leigh Clarke (producer: South Africa)
Jim Miller (executive producer)
Writer:Shauna Cross (screenplay)
Heather Hach (screenplay)
Heidi Murkoff (books)
Értékelései Várandósok - Az a bizonyos 9 hónap
St. Petersburg Times
What to Expect When You're Expecting is what you expect from a movie about pregnancy, even if you've seen only one before: morning sickness, weight gain, mood swings, self-doubt, water breaking, the climactic race to the maternity ward.
iHaveNet.com
"What to Expect When You're Expecting" is a "Valentine's Day" take on impending parenthood. Assorted couples cope with pregnancies planned and unplanned, adoption, and the epic change that is coming to their lives.
New York Post
The best seller “What To Expect When You’re Expecting” has been around for 28 years, making the book much newer than most of the jokes in this all-star movie.
Fresno Bee
"What to Expect When You Are Expecting" is loosely based on the popular pregnancy guide by Heidi Murkoff. That means the film and book share a title and there are some pregnant women in both. Any other similarities are purely coincidental.
Mark Reviews Movies
What to Expect When You're Expecting follows fives women who are, as you may have guessed, expecting a baby. Four of them are pregnant; one is adopting. Three of them are married; two are not.
Értékelései Várandósok - Az a bizonyos 9 hónap
St. Petersburg Times
What to Expect When You're Expecting is what you expect from a movie about pregnancy, even if you've seen only one before: morning sickness, weight gain, mood swings, self-doubt, water breaking, the climactic race to the maternity ward.
iHaveNet.com
"What to Expect When You're Expecting" is a "Valentine's Day" take on impending parenthood. Assorted couples cope with pregnancies planned and unplanned, adoption, and the epic change that is coming to their lives.
New York Post
The best seller “What To Expect When You’re Expecting” has been around for 28 years, making the book much newer than most of the jokes in this all-star movie.
Fresno Bee
"What to Expect When You Are Expecting" is loosely based on the popular pregnancy guide by Heidi Murkoff. That means the film and book share a title and there are some pregnant women in both. Any other similarities are purely coincidental.
Mark Reviews Movies
What to Expect When You're Expecting follows fives women who are, as you may have guessed, expecting a baby. Four of them are pregnant; one is adopting. Three of them are married; two are not.
Film4
This ensemble piece about wanting, growing, and finally producing babies follows in the familial footsteps of Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve in that everyone in the film is connected to everyone else and everyone learns a valuable lesson by the end.
Screen Rant
Modern ensemble comedies have seen plenty of success in recent years with edgier offerings like Bridesmaids, Horrible Bosses, and the recent Think Like a Man, presenting plenty of fresh laughs as well as contemporary social satire. Whereas other films...
RedEye
Imagine a relatable, perceptive movie that honestly confronts the unforeseen challenges and unrecognized wonders of pregnancy. You know, what to expect when you're expecting.
Screen Jabber
What to Expect When You're Expecting will no doubt seem predictable to many people. Relationships? Babies? Case closed: a chickflick through and through. Gentlemen, disband at your leisure … oh you already have done.
Sacramento News & Review
Six different couples cope with impending parenthood—five through pregnancy and one by adoption—in different ways. Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel’s self-help bestseller serves as the pretext for an all-star rom-com along the lines of Valentine’s Day or...
Boxoffice Magazine
What to expect from What to Expect When You're Expecting: laughs, heart and a terrific ensemble of actors doing what they do best. After the recent surprise success of Steve Harvey's self-help-book-turned-movie, Think Like A Man...
Miami Herald
Remember when advice books stayed on the shelves where they belonged? Me neither. The latest in what seems to be a trend to bring them to the screen, What to Expect When You’re Expecting used to be a popular guide for expectant mothers.
Movies.com
Like parenthood itself, it all starts out promisingly enough. Cameron Diaz learns she's pregnant on a Dancing With The Stars-like show by shocking herself with spontaneously vomit into a glass victory cup. In another scene Elizabeth Banks announces her...
Washington Post
Since it was first published in 1984, Heidi Murkoff’s “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” the go-to pregnancy guide with the colorful, quilt-patterned cover, has landed in the hands of an endless stream of expectant moms and dads.
The A.V. Club
With more than 14 million copies in circulation, What To Expect When You’re Expecting has become the standard self-help text, helping (and terrifying) legions of first-time mothers with tips on the various stages of pregnancy, those early months of...
Reel Film Reviews
Directed by Kirk Jones, What to Expect When You're Expecting follows several characters through the ups and downs of impending parenthood - with the film detailing the exploits of, among others, an exercise guru (Cameron Diaz's Jules), a baby-crazy...
Entertainment Weekly
What to Expect When You're Expecting is the latest comedy (after Think Like a Man) to be based on a self-help best-seller. What's next, Jennifer Aniston and Ashton Kutcher in The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People? Adapted from Heidi Murkoff's...
Shadows on the Wall
The odd moment of honest drama or genuinely witty humour catches us completely off guard, because this is one of those resolutely bland Hollywood star machines that bears no resemblance to the real world at all.
MovieXclusive.com
Loosely inspired by Heidi Murkoff’s best-selling pregnancy manual of the same title, What to Expect When You are Expecting centers around five couples, each having their own problem revolving around pregnancy.
Time Out London
Birth control doesn’t come much more surreptitiously effective than this harrowing riff on Heidi Murkoff’s bestselling pregnancy guide -- the latest in Hollywood’s recent line of ghastly ensemble romcoms in which a handful of truncated, tenuously...
Flicks.co.nz
Here's one for the internet generation with attention spans so short we need a new storyline every two minutes. What to Expect When You're Expecting rockets through every babymaking scenario of the best-selling pregnancy guidebook that 'inspired' the...
Birmingham Post
Taking a self-help book and conveying its salient points through a cast of interweaving characters worked pretty well for the 2009 romcom He’s Just Not That Into You.
Channel24
If only What to Expect When You're Expecting had focused on the dads' group, and didn't just drop in on them a handful of times, we might have been onto something here.
ABC Radio (Australia)
"Based" on a popular pregnancy manual, What to Expect When You're Expecting is another ensemble comedy in the vein of Valentine's Day and New Year's Eve, where many big stars share multiple storylines in the same film, but not necessarily all get to...
Birmingham Mail
BASING a film on a self-help book sounds like a strange idea, but it worked quite well for the 2009 romcom He’s Just Not That Into You.And What To Expect When You’re Expecting has been a huge hit, especially in America where USA Today declared it one...
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Cameron Diaz...Jules
Matthew Morrison...Evan
Jennifer Lopez...Holly
Elizabeth Banks...Wendy
Chace Crawford...Marco
Brooklyn Decker...Skyler
Ben Falcone...Gary
Anna Kendrick...Rosie
Dennis Quaid...Ramsey
Chris Rock...Vic
Rodrigo Santoro...Alex
Joe Manganiello...Davis
Rob Huebel...Gabe
Thomas Lennon...Craig
Amir Talai...Patel
Wendi McLendon-Covey...Kara
Megan Mullally...Herself
Cheryl Cole...Herself
Kim Fields...Social Worker
Genesis Rodriguez...Courtney
Jessie Ward...Cute Girl
Taylor Kowalski...J.J.
Mimi Gianopulos...Molly
Rhoda Griffis...Convention Organizer
Wilbur Fitzgerald...Elderly Swimmer
Maria Howell...Jules' Doctor
Michael H. Cole...Male Contestant
Richard Mitchell...Steakhouse Waiter
Katie Kneeland...Hotel Doctor
Steve Coulter...Rosie's Doctor
Sharon Gee...Skyler's Doctor
Valerie Payton...Hospital Receptionist
Dwyane Wade...Himself
Whitney Port...Herself
Tyce Diorio...Himself
Taboo...Himself
Tom Clark...Lose It & Weep Host
Jon Stafford...Ramsey's Friend
Elizabeth Becka...Agency Official
Catherine Dyer...Adoption Mom
Jimi Kocina...Lab Tech
Jasmine Kaur...Nurse
Andrew Arthur Medlin...Magazine Editor
Hannah Kasulka...Pretty Girl
Africa Miranda...Adina
Tegga Lendado...Ethiopian Priest
Emily Chandler Westergreen...Young Pregnant Wife
Reginald Womack...Jordan
Resan Womack...Jordan
Veronica Yung...Food Truck Girl
Cornelia Brianna Moreland...Vic's Wife
Heena Sabnani...Patel's Wife
Charles David McDonald...A1A Band
Richard Meeder Jr....A1A Band
Nico Gutierrez...A1A Band
William Wayne Vilar...A1A Band
Anthony J. Carrozza...A1A Band
Lewis Jeffrey Pike...A1A Band
Kristy Foggitt...A1A Band Dancer
Becky Simmons...A1A Band Dancer
Adam Baaklini...BBQ Waiter
Tricia Miranda...Female Dance Partner
Bart Hansard...Marco's Boss
Dougie Jones...Teenager at Food Truck
Zenia Boyd...Female Contestant
Julie Ivey...Convention Attendee
Lauren Childre...Pregnant Teen
Joshua D. Safran...Young Boy
Bree Dawn Shannon...Holly's Client
Aerli Austen...Female Co-Worker
Catherine Barrow...BBQ Waitress
Brian Bascle...Adoption Dad
Jesse Burch...Hutch Davidson
Chelsea Cardwell...BBQ Waitress
Cynthia Evans...Wendy's Nurse
Megan Hayes...Convention Attendees
Macsen Lintz...Young Boy
Matthew Lintz...Disruptive Kid
Eric Mendenhall...Wendy's Doctor
Sharon Conley...Jules' Obstetrician
Scott Poythress...Anesthesiologist
Nico Ward...Jules' Nurse
Rebel Wilson...Janice
Kelley Hinman...Ramsey's Friend
Pam Smith...Skyler's Nurse
Andrew Laws...Photographer
David Thwaites...Ad Guy
Ryan Di Lello...Male Dance Partner
Jordan Blair Mangold Brown...Park Couple - Girl
Aimee Dunn...Tennis Player
Lekha Gopinath...Patel's Infant Daughter
Vedha Gopinath...Patel's Infant Daughter
King...Playtex Representative
Tabatha Minchew...Pig Customer (uncredited)
Max DiNatale...Park Goer (uncredited)
Jeff Chase...Golfer Number 2 (uncredited)
Yvette Tucker...Dancer (uncredited)
Cabrenna H Burks...Pregnant Woman (uncredited)
Carter Haden...Baby Gabe (uncredited)
Lisa M. Barfield...Business Women (uncredited)
Joe Crosson...Business Man (uncredited)
Jacqueline Marie Zwick...Real Estate Wife (uncredited)
Haji Abdullah...Male Contestant (uncredited)
Jacquelyn Dowsett...Dancer (uncredited)
Cait Johnson...Skyler's Friend (uncredited)
Matt Christopher Jones...Extra (uncredited)
Kathy Walton Pulley...Secretary (uncredited)
Sarah Caruso...Female Contestant (uncredited)
Kidus Henok...Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Courtney Pennington...Park Goer (uncredited)
Termelés
Director:Kirk Jones
Producer:Mark Bakshi (executive producer)
Douglas McKay (co-producer)
Mike Medavoy (producer)
Arnold Messer (producer)
Erik Murkoff (executive producer)
Heidi Murkoff (executive producer)
Alan Nevins (executive producer)
David Thwaites (producer)
Louis Phillips (co-producer)
Leigh Clarke (producer: South Africa)
Jim Miller (executive producer)
Writer:Shauna Cross (screenplay)
Heather Hach (screenplay)
Heidi Murkoff (books)
Composer:Mark Mothersbaugh
Cinematographer:Xavier Pérez Grobet
Casting:Deborah Aquila
Tricia Wood
Production Design:Andrew Laws
Art Director:James F. Truesdale
Set Decorator:Halina Siwolop
Costume Design:Karen Patch
Makeup:Lawrence Davis (additional hair stylist)
Tracy Ewell (makeup artist)
Margie Latinopoulos (prosthetic makeup artist)
Matthew W. Mungle (special makeup effects designer)
Betty Lou Skinner (key hair stylist)
Clinton Wayne (prosthetic makeup artist)
Cindy J. Williams (makeup department head)
Leigh Ann Yandle (key makeup artist)
Richard Boggs (hair stylist)
Duane Saylor (makeup artist)
Connie Grayson Criswell (special makeup effects artist)
Jennifer Santiago (hair stylist)
Ariane Turner (makeup artist)
Koji Ohmura (special effects makeup lab technician)
Michael Shawn McCracken (special makeup effects sculptor)
Production Management:David Witz (unit production manager)
Cheryl Eatock (production manager: South Africa)
Curtis A. Miller (production director (Lions Gate Films)
Lisa Rodgers (post-production supervisor)
Skye Stolnitz (production supervisor)
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