Sunday, April 22, 2012

“Friends with Kids” : nobody beats the system

Friends with Kids is a daring and poignant ensemble mistakenly categorized as a “comedy” it was announced as created by the producers of “Bridesmaids” and has 2 of the actresses in there ,so you get into Movie theater expecting to laugh your brains out and end up watching a poorly made romantic comedy about a close circle of friends at that moment in life when children arrive and everything changes. The last two singles in the group observe the effect that kids have had on their friends' relationships and wonder if there's a better way. They decide to have a kid together and date other people. There are big laughs and unexpected emotional truths as this unconventional 'experiment' leads everyone in the group to question the nature of friendship, family and, finally, true love.

Kristen Wiig who brought to life the character of Annie Walker in “Bridesmaids” did an exceptional job proving that she is capable of doing any type of acting, which I strongly believe was the only reason she took this role , but If you ask me I’d say : Girl don’t try to re-invent what is already been invented , if you are supremely talented at making people laugh like crazy , just stick to it !

another great performance in “Friends with Kids ‘ was payed my Maya Rudolph using her dark and sarcastic sense of humor, but it wasn’t all great performances in this moive , somebody needs to let Adam Scott know he has not skills for acting , I did not believe a word that came out of his mouth in this movie , he was lazy and slow talked and lame ,awfully boring acting , 2 thumbs down for him in this one .
anyway "Friends With Kids" doesn't reinvent the parenting romantic comedy. But every now and then, it's good to have a fresh take on why nobody "beats the system" and gets away with it. you can’t fight human nature and re-invent family .

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