Life as We Know It [Blu-ray]
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After a disastrous first date for caterer Holly (Katherine Heigl) and network sports director Messer (Josh Duhamel), all they have is common is a dislike for each other and their love for their goddaughter Sophie. But when they suddenly become all Sophie has in this world, Holly and Messer must set their differences aside. Juggling careers and social calendars, they’ll have to find common ground while living under the same roof. Josh Lucas, Christina Hendricks, Hayes MacArthur and Jean Smart co-star in this tart and tender romantic comedy directed by Greg Berlanti (Brothers & Sisters, Everwood).
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This movie revolves around a plotline in which two people with opposite personalities become the legal guardians to their mutual friends' child. The two leads, Josh Duhamel and Katherine Heigl, both play their parts well, playing two characters so opposite from each other that your find it hard to believe that they are expected to live together to care for their friends' child. However, this challenge is one that they must overcome, a task filled with both struggles and moments of joy.
Along with the child and the house that the two leads inherit from their friends, they also inherit a neighborhood of wacky, yet hilarious, neighbors. Many of the laughs in this movie will come from the supporting cast.
Overall, this movie is will probably appeal mostly to women, but as "chick-flicks" go, it is grounded and "real" enough that it may appeal to a wider audience.
Life As We Know It is a light comedy that has a heavy start... two incompatible friends inherit the child of their respective best friends who tragically die. The movie is all about them discovering the joys of parenting in the ultimate crash course.
As a parent, I resonnate very well with this movie. My wife and I remembered many of the funny experiences of parenting (especially the firsts) as we watched the movie. The story line was a little predictable, but for a feel-good movie, you kind of need that.
Two drawbacks... The first is that there is a little too much language for a movie that kind of looks like it might possibly be a family movie (the baby on the front kind of gives it a bit of that feel). Second is the completely pointless drug scene where they bake their special brownies and get high. Other than setting the stage for an awkward meeting with the Social Services Representative, it served no purpose other than to significantly discredit them as parents (not that they are portrayed as great parents, but the plot moves along the vein of them striving to be). If they wanted to set the stage for an awkward meeting with the SS rep, they could have done something else, but that's just my opinion.
Otherwise, I quite enjoyed this movie and would definitely recommend it for those who want a good chick-flick or who want to appease their wives cravings for a chick-flick.