Because her dad's desire when he has suddenly a heart attack, Ruth decides to fake the pregnancy. Everything becomes chaos when she loves her new boss and he is eager to raise her unborn children as his own.
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April 30, 2015 The script slyly pokes fun at the beatification of pregnant women and is smart enough to consider the serious issue of infertility at the same time.Read in Source
May 14, 2015 A compelling, periodically amusing look at conformity and misunderstanding, finding some fresh material to mine with a plot that's already informed a wide range of comedy projects.Read in Source
May 06, 2015 Throughout, Sonja Bennett embodies slackness as an affectation, not a raw response to a culture of authenticity-killing productivity.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
May 07, 2015 For all the implausible, coincidental and slapstick moments, there's a caustic veracity and trenchant social commentary in "Preggoland" that rings particularly true ...Read in Source
April 30, 2015 Bennett creates a memorable character in feisty Ruth and there's enough comedy and redemption to make Preggoland an enjoyable romp.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
May 01, 2015 Preggoland feels like a rough cut of a Judd Apatow movie, similarly pushing the taste envelope in cringe-worthy directions before wrapping up with a rom-com bow.Read in Source
New York Times
May 07, 2015 The movie's flaw is that it mixes tones. Ruth, her relatives and her fellow workers are realistically played, but her gal-pal buddies are caricatures.Read in Source
May 11, 2015 Pointed social commentary shines through in this uneven but amusing pregnancy farce.Read in Source
May 05, 2015 There's satiric comedy to be mined from the conflicting messages society still sends about pregnancy, motherhood, and women's worth, but the script isn't smart enough to explore them.Read in Source
NYC Movie Guru
May 07, 2015 An amusing screwball comedy with a refreshingly complex female lead, but unevenly blended with drama at times.Read in Source
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