What to Expect When Youre Expecting(in Hollywood Movies) What to Expect When Youre Expecting (2012) - Download Movie for mobile in best quality 3gp and mp4 format. Also stream What to Expect When Youre Expecting on your mobile, tablets and ipads
Plot: Inspired by the perennial New York Times bestseller of the same name, WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU'RE EXPECTING is a hilarious and heartfelt big screen comedy about five couples whose intertwined lives are turned upside down by the challenges of impending parenthood. Over the moon about starting a family, TV fitness guru Jules and dance show star Evan find that their high-octane celebrity lives don't stand a chance against the surprise demands of pregnancy. Baby-crazy author and advocate Wendy gets a taste of her own militant mommy advice when pregnancy hormones ravage her body; while Wendy's husband, Gary, struggles not to be outdone by his competitive alpha-Dad, who's expecting twins with his much younger trophy wife, Skyler. Photographer Holly is prepared to travel the globe to adopt a child, but her husband Alex isn't so sure, and tries to quiet his panic by attending a "dudes" support group, where new fathers get to tell it like it really is. And rival food truck chefs Rosie and Marco's surprise hook-up results in an unexpected quandary: what to do when your first child comes before your first date? A kaleidoscopic comedy as universal as it is unpredictable, WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU'RE EXPECTING finds humor and uplift in all the unexpected trials and triumphs of welcoming a child into the world. Runtime: 110 mins Release Date: 17 May 2012
This movie was funny and sad at the same time. At first I didn't want to see it it looked like some stupid comedy, but a friend convinced me to go funny at first like I expected but when you get the real drama like when Rosie got pregnant and the fear if being a father in Alex. I was in tears when Rosie lost her baby and she to me was a very good character. This movie was both a drama that made me cry and happy but made me laugh I truly loved this movie a perfect mix of real life drama and weird comedy. This movie made me feel good after I saw it and though some of the acting was cheesy <more>
it still made me love this movie. I really loved how you saw the relation of different types of situations during pregnancy and different backgrounds of each character yes this movie was stupid at some points but it did not take away from the overall goodness of this lovely movie. I hope more people would warm up to it it was good to me
Excellent Movie with Hilarious Bits of Truth (by aleishar)
I don't know why this has so few stars. It should have a ten star rating. The movie is filled with great comedy. It has the actor from Glee, who's awesome. J-Lo. Cameron Diaz. Dennis Quaid. Come on! These are excellent actors. OK, I will say one thing negative...I don't think Chris Rock fits in this movie. His voice is a bit annoying. But whatever, let's just say he doesn't detract from the movie. I still loved it. The subject matter comes at the perfect time. Bridesmaids was last year, this year it's babies!! So, why not watch it? It seems the box office didn't <more>
agree with me, but this is one with laughs all the way through. Every actor has the perfect part. They do such a great job portraying these parents-to-be. Great cast, great script, what's not to like?
God bless mamas. That is what you will want to say when you see What to Expect When You're Expecting. With a wide range of scenes filmed within Atlanta, it is exciting to see a bit of familiarity in a big screen flick. From Georgia Aquarium, Piedmont Park, Smiths' Ole Bar, and down in Lil' Five Points in front of the Rag 'O Rama store to name a few. The story line is it traces the adventure of several couples of they grapple with an important stage of life, having a baby. There is the odd couple, the loving couple, the unexpected couple and the list goes on. With Jennifer <more>
Lopez, Dennis Quaid, and Carmen Diaz in the mix, there is a bit of star power to this bunch. But what's fun about this movie is that it is not as sappy as you would expect but hits to the miracle of life and how we forget that it truly takes a village to bring a child into this world. Check out this heartwarming tale filled with baby love. Dr. Wilson Trivino
Guys should not rate a chick flick (by uohottie1315)
I love this movie. Maybe it is because I am female and just recently had my first born, but this movie hits home with me. It is funny and very honest about some of the displeasentries of pregnancy. But it is also heartfelt and very sweet. Chris Rock is hilarious. J-Lo was very bland for me, and the baby she got? No way was that baby 6 weeks, or anywhere near. But this is normal to use older babies because the younger ones don't handle production lighting very well, or at least this is the reasoning I have heard. Either way. Seriously is a wonderful movie. But don't make your man watch <more>
it. It is the essence of a chick flick. Really, I don't think it is fair that men are even rating this movie because it will never be a hit for them... actually, though, my husband was okay with it. Simply because he was recently in the same boat, wide-eyed and scared something-less about becoming a daddy and all the trials and tribulations of pregnancy and child birth. So maybe for soon to be or recent daddies, but not for other me. Just like I am not interested in Jarhead, they will not be interested in this. Sorry, guys... but please quit damaging the ratings on a movie that truly is wonderful, but simply has no chance to make it with you. Not fair. Ladies- watch this with your friends, be prepared for a few tears at the end, and make sure to scare your first-time mamma's to be with it! LoL.
What a delight! As a Nana, I've seen pregnancy from a lot of different angles and I truly appreciate the way the filmmakers handled this title! Each sub-plot seemed whole in itself with a rollicking sense of fun and energy. And the babies...OY! Melt the heart! I was entranced by the young woman at the shop; the young woman in the truck, the young woman pregnant with twins. The Dudes were hilarious, with a special shout-out for Chris Rock.There was a wee bit of predictability; the moments of "humor-iliation" when bladder control and flatulence were highlighted could have been <more>
worse. They were certainly not out of place or out of context.If there is nothing else I take away from this film, I cannot forget this line: Family is everything.A new favorite, to be sure!
Downvoted by puritans aka politically correct people (by oragex)
A pleasant chicks movie, not great or perfect, but in the girl's movie genre it is worth watching. Like I said, this is entirely downvoted by those fake people who stay away from truth and reality and think life is made of princesses, castles and fairies. These people will faint and get angry when they hear a pregnant woman saying her pregnancy got her hemorrhoids.The amount of a-list actors are not properly exploited by the movie, their roles are pretty melted with the crowd.I'm not sure about the end credits with a kid in a park getting hit by a can of beer, but I don't judge a <more>
deserves a higher rating in my opinion (by miarae)
Honestly, the reason for seeing this movie was nothing more and nothing less than the desire to go to the cinema with a friend. With some other movies not interesting her, it was between The Lucky Ones and this one, both movies that have a low score on IMDb. I was pleasantly surprised, however, with not just the actors in the movie but also with the dialogue and chemistry on screen, which seemed very natural. I definitely enjoyed watching it and will most likely end up buying it on DVD; not even the fact that Chris Rock was in it bothered me, whereas I usually can't stand him. I have to <more>
applaud Jennifer Lopez too, I never thought much of her as an actress, but I found myself sympathizing with her and liking her portrayal of the character. Over all, I find that this movie deserves a higher score than it's currently got on IMDb.
What to expect when you're expecting:simple and unexpectedly nice (by JankiSharma)
Director Kirk Jones liked his other movie too, Everybody's fine did a good job again directing a simple and well known concept pertaining to the process of pregnancy and child birth : takes a man and a woman to bring a baby into this world. This movie is mainly about how every woman and man go through the tribulations of this aspect of life's journey differently. Cameron Diaz as Jules , fitness guru a la Jillian Michaels of Biggest loser is in great shape and is happy to be impregnated by Evan matthew Morrison . Elizabeth banks,Wendy, encourages people to breastfeed babies and <more>
goes through a very tough pregnancy and has full support from her husband Gary Ben Falcone from Bridesmaids and TV shows: Yes, dear and Curb your enthusiasm . Brooklyn Decker as the young wife of Dennis Quaid father of Gary is very naturally young and has a very easy twin pregnancy. Anna Kendrick Rosie loses her baby , pregnant after just one night stand with Marco Chace Crawford . Rosie and Marco are sad after losing baby. Rosie has a very positive attitude and has confidence that because she is young she will definitely have many more chances at pregnancy. On the other hand, Jennifer Lopez as Holly is ready for adopting Ethiopian baby after going through several attempts at making babies in different ways. She feels miserable after losing contract as a photographer and feels like a loser. All the actors did well. I enjoyed watching Elizabeth banks and Brooklyn Decker Just go with it the most. I like Kendrick and she does well in any role Up in the air, 50/50 . Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez did well. Among the male actors ,Ben Falcone was convincing as a very supportive husband of Banks. I felt the slap when Banks slapped Falcone demanding pain medications during labor.... Pregnancies are tough. No wonder Mother's day and father's day are special....
Expect Good Things from What to Expect When You're Expecting (by gradymay)
What to Expect When You're Expecting was inspired by the New York Times bestseller with the same title. While the book is a guide to help women understand what to expect during pregnancy, the movie is a hilarious and heartwarming comedy. The movie follows five couples whose lives are dramatically changed by the challenges of preparing for parenthood. This movie boasts an ensemble cast, which doesn't always equate to box office success. Keep reading to find out what you can expect from What to Expect When You're Expecting.Author of a new children's book and baby store owner <more>
Wendy Elizabeth Banks , gets a big dose of her own overbearing advice when pregnancy hormones overwhelm her body. Wendy's husband Gary Ben Falcone struggles in his own way. Gary has a super competitive alpha-male father Dennis Quaid , who's expecting twins with his new trophy wife, Skyler Brooklyn Decker . Holly Jennifer Lopez is a photographer who is prepared to traverse the planet to adopt a child. Her husband Alex Rodrigo Santoro is not quite sure about the whole thing. So, Holly tells Alex to join a "dude's support group". The support group brings us Vic Chris Rock , who leads the "dude" pack and preaches about the woes of parenthood. Jules Cameron Diaz is a fitness guru who is absolutely crazy about starting a family. After appearing on a reality dance show with Evan Matthew Morrison , the dance pair realizes they are going to be parents. Their high intensity celebrity lifestyles don't stand a chance against the demands of pregnancy. Enjoy the ride as they try to continue with their lives as if the baby isn't going to slow them down. Rosie Anna Kendrick and Marco Chase Crawford have the typical on again/off again relationship, which many viewers will relate to these days. Many other stars have smaller roles, but are equally important to the overall success of this film.With so many story lines and mini-plots going on you have to wonder if audiences will be able to keep up with everything that takes place throughout the course of the movie. Some might consider this film simple and predictable, but it's really more of a light-hearted, feel good flick. There are moments throughout the film, which may tug at your heartstrings. There are other moments when the entire audience will erupt in laughter. This movie takes you on an emotional roller-coaster ride with more ups than downs. The ride ends as you walk out of the theater with a smile on your face.Kirk Jones was sitting in the Director's chair for this roller-coaster ride. His recent films include Nannie McPhee and Everybody's Fine Writer/Director . While Kirk only has a handful of major motion pictures under his belt, he does an excellent job with the script. There are so many moving parts to this movie, including several different locations and multiple plot lines. It's admirable that he was able to pull them all together. He also had a large number of talented actors to keep happy and headed in the right direction. Kudos to Kirk Jones for a job well done.The screenplay was written by Shauna Cross and Heather Hach. Both writers only have a couple of major screenplay credits to their name, which is surprising given the complexity, depth and calamity which was all infused into What to Expect When You're Expecting. If you watch any reality TV at all you will pick up on a number of references throughout the film. Jules Cameron Diaz is an obvious spoof on Jillian Michaels from NBC's The Biggest Loser. There are a number of other obvious and very funny references as well. Shauna and Heather definitely have bright futures ahead of them in Hollywood.What to Expect When You're Expecting masterfully interweaves several story lines of couples expecting children and bundles it all up with a heavy dose of laughter. If you have seen the trailer for the movie, you might have wondered if the trailer is funnier than the movie. Thankfully that is not the case this movie is very enjoyable. It is loaded with laughter, warmth, depth and dialogue that will appeal to both men and women alike. Guys, if you are dreading the thought of seeing this movie have no fear, this movie is worth the trip. Head to the theater expecting good things from What to Expect When You're Expecting.