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The movie is sentimental and reliant on bodily-function humour, but it also has a generous spirit, a multicultural rainbow of characters, and a social message about approaching fatherhood responsibly. Read full review
A fairly harmless fertility rite with a skewed if not downright ugly view of women. Read full review
Homies can make good hubbies, goes the moral of this January dump job, a tired send-up of hip-hop-isms that also aspires to be a Waiting to Exhale for men. Read full review
Isn't an embarrassment. Rather, it's an acceptably executed, thoroughly routine time-killer. Read full review
There's no story to speak of - three cohabiting bachelors are dragged into adulthood by the simultaneous pregnancies of their girlfriends - but Anderson, Imperioli and Eddie Griffin are amiable company and there's an earned laugh here and there.
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As to the dream sequence featuring Lonnie's and Brandy's trash-talking babies, it's just creepy. Read full review
The finished product looks like it was thrown together during a lunch break -- by a drunk person. The level of ineptitude on display in this urban version of "Three Men and a Baby" is simply gobsmacking.
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probably less painful than actual childbirth, but it's still a very long 86 minutes. Read full review
Diapers, even from three babies, can't stink worse than this. Read full review
Though the three leads are all likable performers, their lunkheaded characters are as thinly drawn as their cartoon counterparts, and the supporting cast is littered with one racial stereotype after another. Read full review
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