Five Word Review

By kenweatherly
Written May 09, 2010
It is simply just boring
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Babies

By goodstuffgirl
Written May 19, 2010
I was disappointed overall though there were some interesting and funny parts. It became too predictable and monotonous. Cinematography was well done.
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Great for tween girls...or baby lovers of all ages.

By twin_mom98
Written May 16, 2010
My 11 yr. old twin daughters are absolutely baby crazy; and, thus, they loved this well-done documentary. However, I completely agree with "visavegas"--the couple they chose to represent America was over-the-top absurd, and were practically caricatures of pseudo-granola hippie parents that possibly exist nowhere outside the Bay Area city limits! My daughters found it hilarious to watch as their baby attempted to escape from that earth-mother-hippie-fest-version of gymboree! Otherwise, a wonderful depiction of the common thread of love that links mothers/babies all over the world together.
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Five Word Review

By Grangizmo
Written May 10, 2010
Funny Cute Sweet Short Enlightening
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Babies

By muenala
Written May 10, 2010
Entering into another's "living room" was quite an experience, one I wish that we had more access to in our global community. Understanding the differences and the glaring similarities that are a part of the human existence can lead to a better understanding of our neighbors and people across the globe. My children found it to be a unique and charming experience, they laughed, they asked questions, and they gained an understanding of someone other than themselves. My husband, who grew up in another culture, found it to be honest and nothing out of the ordinary really. He noticed that those who had the least (materially) seemed to be the most content in many ways. I think that this movie should be seem by everyone, and I only wish we had more movies that bridge cultural gaps the way "Babies" does.
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