Watch: L!fe Happens 2011 123movies, Full Movie Online – Unabashed party girl, Kim, is in for a rush of reality after a one night stand results in unexpected motherhood. Clearly not ready for the dating “buzz kill” that having a baby can bring, Kim eventually comes to realize that being a good parent to a precious little boy has its own rewards….
Plot: A comedy centered on two best friends, Kim and Deena, who fight to maintain normalcy in their lives after Kim gets pregnant and has a baby.
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Could Have Been Amazing!
Kate Bosworth was great in the movie. Krysten Ritter was great as well. Justin Kirk, who played Henri was great as well. And no he’s not French. Rachael Bilson was amazing. They could have made a movie on just her. From Valley of Dolls to America’s Last Virgin. She was awesome. So what went wrong? The script didn’t have enough development in the relationships. Kim and Deena looked comfortable and their rapid fire exchange showed they had great chemistry but it didn’t happen enough, which is why Bilson’s character stood out the most since she did it on her own. She was sweet, innocent, fun, kind, and sexy in a sweet girl next door way. Then there’s Nicolas and the baby. Why? The story centers around this for a good portion of the movie then Kim finds herself. This could have been Bridesmaid fun. Instead it ends up being a movie that falls flat. It remembers me of Life as We Know It and Friends with Kids. Both which are better than this. But I would love to see Rachael Bilson, Kate Bosworth, Krysten Ritter, and Justin Kirk do a spin off of sorts minus the baby and Nicolas. And Jason Biggs? Wasted effort.
Enjoyable, slightly quirky, worth a watch.
Strange film but I did enjoy. I actually went on a hunt for Kate Bosworth films ‘cos like she’s a pretty actress and I’m a sexist male so the two go together.
A comedy centered on two best friends (plus another one not in the tag line) who fight to maintain normalcy in their lives after Kim gets pregnant and has a baby.
So KB plays a gorgeous high maintenance bird, as one believes someone of her looks can achieve, and Krysten Ritter, dee one who gets preggers. KB (Deena) shags openly, loves sex and is kind of put upon as a friend to babysit for Max (dee baby) which she does, but she also has a life and and career. It’s not her baby.
KR, (Kim) does a great job of being generally flustered, goofy and weird, it’s the writing of course. But…
And here I have a jar with the film, because KR has absolutely know connection with the baby actor playing her son. None. Barely does she look at him, he’s just something lugged around on her hips. The film itself plays on the hardships of a single mother, but jeez, their was like no chemistry between KR & the baby.
In fact KB interacts more with the baby than the babies mother, look at the scene near the end credits. At first I thought this lack of bonding between mother and baby was going to form a plot point but nothing that interesting happened.
Fairly formulaic film but enjoyable all the same, boy meets girl, both have secrets they don’t discuss like people in the real world would, (oooh I have a baby, it’s so bad. Gee I’m separated from my wife, ahhgh)
They all lived happily ever after, probably, we’ll never know, this isn’t franchise material!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 41 min (101 min), 1 hr 40 min (100 min) (USA)
Director Kat Coiro
Writer Kat Coiro, Krysten Ritter
Actors Krysten Ritter, Kate Bosworth, Rachel Bilson
Country United States, Canada
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Techniscope
Printed Film Format 35 mm