Obvious Child Synopsis
What happens when Brooklyn comedian Donna Stern (Jenny Slate) gets dumped, fired and pregnant just in time for the worst/best Valentine's Day of her life?
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Movie Reviews

Great Movie.

By I_Love_Kale
HILARIOUS, and heart-warming. I highly recommend it. Jenny Slate is so funny, and delivers perfectly in this film. I will buy it when it comes out....

Hilarious, Honest & Heart-warming

By abigaildhazlett

Better than expected, very funny!

By TLC_28
I'm a mom in my late 30's, took 2 16 year olds, and we sat near many 20 & 30 something's. My initial reaction from the clip was ok, some funny parts, but were going to be the only funny parts. This...

For once a movie that gets it right!

By jamesvillarrubia
Finally a movie that delivers a truthful tale about pregnancy and abortion. This movie should have come out 20 years ago, but no one had the guts to write it or star in it. I can't praise this...

A Must See!!!

By 6thStEV
Not only is Obvious Child hilarious, but it also nails what it's like to be a woman in your mid to late twenties now. Jenny Slate is a real hero!...

A must see!

By MovieFan116
Really funny and fun movie, great for a date night or with friends. Jenny is hilarious!...

For New Yorkers Mainly

By StellaJessie
So it's in that fairly large genre of films that's myopically New York in its tone, subject matter and point of view. The ONLY other place on Planet Earth is LA which is referred to disparagingly....


By slcp118
important to demystify the abortion topic. very well done love the characters. must see...

Witty nyc gem with uncomfortable topic

By lydiasmile
I really enjoyed this movie is spite of the uncomfortable topic. The casting was spot on featuring a male actor I have never seen before who reminded me of an American stockier young Hugh Grant. This...

pro choice

By drumbumjazz
pro choice...

More Info

Rated R | For language and sexual content
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Pause for kids 16 & under Smart, irreverent, edgy romcom about complex choices.
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