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    September 2, 2008


    English (N/A) 04 September 2008 but I downloaded it
    Distributor: Universal Pictures

    Running Time: approx. 99 minutes

    Director: Michael McCullers

    Producer: Lorne Michaels, John Goldwyn

    Writer: Michael McCullers
    Casts: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Greg Kinnear, Romany Malco

    Plot: Kate Holbrook (Tina Fey), a successful single businesswoman from Philadelphia, has put her career before her personal life. At the age of 37, she has finally decided to have a child on her own, but her plans change when she discovers she has only the slimmest chance of becoming pregnant. Also denied adoption, Kate gets a South Jersey working girl, Angie Ostrowski (Amy Poehler), to become a surrogate mom.

    Our Verdict:

    Green Tea says:

    You want to watch Juno because it has the same theme but in this movie, it is an absolutely opposite with what Juno had provide you. Unlike the teenage sarcatism that Juno had, this one is more adult and mature-centred. You had one very responsible woman waiting to adopt a baby and another one who is undergoing pregnancy but somehow looks short from becoming a mom. When both are together, you got a kind of storyline that pretty much predictable - how the pregnant lady transform to become more closer to motherhood and how the one waiting for adoption end up been having a surprise of her own!! Wow, the story plot is very strong with feminine aspects of life but as a guy, I still can ride on it.
    Tina and Amy are very good in the movie, having shared so much magical chemistry in the past as in Saturday Night Live and Mean Girls, their bond is undeniable. I recommend this movie if you are looking for something Juno...but no vulgar language, more ready to be acepted in a movie cinema in Malaysia and more mature theme. So go ahead and get mature by it.
    CAST - 3.5 stars
    STORYLINE - 3.0 stars
    CINEMATOGRAPHY - 3.5 stars
    EFFECTS - what effects?
    an overall >> 3.0 stars
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