Jennifer Westfeldt wrote, directed, and stars in the romantic comedy Friends With Kids. She plays Julie, a Manhattanite whose biological clock is about to run out, so she convinces her longtime platonic best friend, Jason (Adam Scott) to father a child with her. They seem to have a much easier time juggling the responsibilities of new parenthood without the complication of being in a relationship with each other, which is in contrast to the two couples they are closest to. As their friends' marriages implode, Julie and Jason's happy equilibrium topples over as well when he falls for a hot young artist (Megan Fox) and she begins dating a successful businessman (Edward Burns). Friends With Kids played at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival.~Perry Seibert
Audio Commentary with Jennifer Westfeldt, Jon Hamm and William Rexer
Making Friends with Kids
Fun with Actors and Kids (Ad-libs & Bloopers)
MJ Rocks at Video Games with Optional Commentary
Scene 42: Anatomy of a Gag with Optional Commentary
The film is so funny, and the cast is amazing.. It tells a honest story of how we deal with our friends who have kids, and try not to judge them for their choices. A very good film with a cast that portrays the way we want to deal with those people in our lives in the same situation...
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Was a good movie, just not quite as funny as expected.
You would never guess the deep and involved story-line that will be occurring from the opening scene that makes it seem like just another smart Alec Friends Sitcom. This movie follows the friendship change of the two main characters in a manner that will touch the heart.
Quite a few really great actors and actresses in this movie. Funny, sad, dramatic, and real all at the same time and I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who has kids (or even if you don't)!!