What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this romantic comedy, while not brimming with sexual content, does address the fairly complex, mature topic of becoming a single mother by choice ... and the methods necessary to accomplish that goal. Expect references to what a sperm donor does to collect his specimen behind closed doors, discussions about the insemination process, and visuals of the substance in question (in a cup, of course). There's also some swearing and a fair amount of drinking (one character, in fact, makes a critical decision while sloshed).
- Families can talk about the movie's message. What is it saying about families and how they form?
- What are the consequences of both Kassie and Wally's decisions? Do they seem realistic?
- How does this movie compare to other romantic comedies?