• Released
  • September 16, 2011
  • (Sneak Peak on Sat., 9/10)
  • PG-13 , 1 hr 31 min
  • Comedy
I Don't Know How She Does It Synopsis
A Boston financial executive (Sarah Jessica Parker) struggles to balance career and family.
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Movie Reviews

I Don't Know How I Saw This Whole Movie

By lorenjey1226
It should have been a Lifetime or WE movie. The character did no accomplish something extraordinary like the cure for cancer. She is a working mother, with a husband. If the producers wanted to be...

typical show for the times

By daughtersFATHER
NO.. didin't enjoy it. Just like most shows now....why does a PG 13 rating speak of such issues? Kids need leadership. People to look up to... not some doped up POTTYMOUTH that claims its cool. ...

"Chick Flick"

By DonB7
Just too predictable. My wife liked it more than I did....

Really cute!

By golflady
It's a really cute movie. I think it's the best thing SJP has done. It's very realistic, and has a lot of funny moments and the story is good. It's just a really good movie, not a classic by any...

Worse Movie Ever 2011

By trillseeker
I went on a blind date to see this movie, thought it would make a great date move, turns out i flee asleep and my date got upset turns out we both hated the movie is so boring we left half way into...

I Don't Know How She Does It

By DragonMadame
A really great, uplifting show! As a Mom and working mother I can so relate....

By mlmumbauer

I Don't Know How She Does It review

I enjoyed this light and fluffy movie. Good, clean, and enjoyable....

I didn't buy it

By Iloveafilmcliche
I just didn't buy the chemistry of her loving her job enough to be making the sacrifices she was making. There were definitely BIG laugh moments and all the pieces were there when you want to pay...

So cute!!!

By venegasabby
Whitty and cute! I love SJP as a hardworking mom. Great story!...

More Info

Rated PG-13 | For Sexual references throughout
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Frantic working mom tale doesn't have much teen appeal.
Read the Common Sense Media Review