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This is a funny take on having a baby in a most unconventional way! I just got a little, er, really, distracted with the big eyebags of the character Jenn here. I noticed that in almost all of the scenes, she has droopy eyebags that make-up enough can't seem to hide it. The story is engaging, but I just got really distracted with the eyebags. Nevertheless, Harris and Wilkas were great and the duo had chemistry as best friends who try to fulfill a pact they agreed upon while they were younger. The support cast was impressive and their awkward intimate scenes were funny yet tastefully handled. So save for the eyebags that I notice too often, I'd still have to say this is a film worth checking out!