Oh hello again! Renate from popcornandfilm has sneaked into Milo and Reuben’s amazing blog to do a review. It truly is an honor to do another review on Stuff and That. Since I did a review on John Wick the last time I though I would go in the opposite direction and do a review on What to Expect When You’re Expecting. GERONIMO!
In What to Expect When You’re Expecting we meet five couples that all struggle with children and pregnancy in very different ways. Bringing up a child is not an easy task and there are many setbacks along the way but each and every one of them would agree that it’s worth it in the end.
This is the perfect combination between drama and comedy. What to Expect When You’re Expecting is such an eventful and fun movie. I personally really enjoy movies with a lot of different mini stories that are all somehow connected. Like these five couples had their own stories and problems but the couples were all connected to each other in one way or another. It really makes the movie more eventful and exciting. It can of course also become a problem. The individual stories can sometimes feel too short or like we receive too little information because of the small amount of screen time. I don’t feel like that is the case with this movie though. Every couple got the perfect amount of screen time.
We do also have a brilliant cast in What to Expect When You’re Expecting. Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Elizabeth Banks, Matthew Morrison, Anna Kendrick and Chace Crawford are some of the amazing actors that are featured in the movie. Rebel Wilson does also have a part in this movie and when Rebel’s in a movie it usually becomes very funny. I do feel like the movie actually had a lot of humor in it, some were a bit forced and boring but there were plenty of funny lines. I have to say that the two most amazing things about this movie are the cast and the humor. The story can be a bit up and down, but those two things really makes this a good movie.
Overall I have to say that it’s a pleasant movie to watch a rainy Sunday. You don’t really have to watch the screen every second to understand what’s going on, the movie’s very easy to understand and to follow. I feel like this can be a very relatable movie for plenty of people and couples, especially if you have or want children and even if it’s not relatable it’s still a fun and entertaining movie. I really enjoyed it.
Thank you so much for being such an amazing person and reading this!
*Thanks to Renate for gracing our pages with her awesomeness! If you wanna check out her stellar John Wick review, click here, and if you wanna check out her amazing blog, click here (you really should, it’s great).