They’re known as ‘The Sapphires,’ but not because they sing the blues.
What gives writer-director Judd Apatow’s latest slice-of-life comedy its “oomph” is the sometimes brutal honesty on display in this exploration of marital struggle and parenting fumble.
The double-meaning title makes it sound like a movie about a childless person whose friends have children. But it’s actually a movie about friends who decide to have a child.
Some adaptations are merely loose. This one is untied, untethered, and untoward.
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