Be My Baby
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Having been burned one too many times by cheating husbands who claim to be single, Rylee plans an elaborate payback scheme. She meets a married man, gets him drunk, makes him think he's had a successful one-night stand, and then shows up with a baby in tow twelve months later, asking for blackmail money.
This works well until she meets Max. Max really is single and really wants to keep their baby. Now Rylee has a problem, and the game of cat-and-mouse begins.
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It's a typical boy meets girl and find their is sparkling chemistry but a simple misunderstanding quickly breaks them apart. Girl volunteers at a Day Care center run by her mother and "borrows" toddlers in a scheme to make philandering husbands "pay" for their misdeeds. Sounds interesting and it certainly could have been a lot more fun that it actually was. The scheme begins as a misunderstanding that turns into a dedicated plan to get revenge. It's hard relate to a woman who creates elaborate scams to make some money and get revenge.
The movie is pleasant enough to watch but so much potential was lost in story.
The most surprising thing is that the main actress in this movie actually wrote the script. Maybe that's why she took on the lead role because nobody else would want it. I know I'm being mean, but it really was that bad. The storyline was all over the place. Nobody was really likeable. The humour felt forced. And the dialogue was sooooo boring at times. I will admit the idea of the story may have sounded interesting, and with a better script it really could have worked. I just wish I hadn't wasted ninety minutes of my life attempting to watch this.
With a juvenile script and lots of former television actors in bit roles (a nearly unrecongnizable Julia Duffy plays her mom and the former Mr. J. Lo is the philandering best friend), this is a must miss from the first frame. The production values are cheesy, the acting is kind of second rate, and the heroine is so unsympathetic that it will be hard for viewers to feel anything for her but contempt.