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Obvious Child ist ein amerikanischer romantischer Comedy-Drama-Film aus dem Jahr , der von Gillian Robespierre und den Stars Jenny Slate, Jake Lacy, Gaby Hoffmann und David Cross geschrieben und inszeniert wurde. Donna Stern, eine Komikerin aus Brooklyn, wird von ihrem Freund verlassen, gefeuert und kurze Zeit später auch noch schwanger. Und das alles direkt vorm. designarsenal.co - Kaufen Sie Obvious Child günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. designarsenal.co - Kaufen Sie Obvious Child by Jenny Slate günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu​. Ihr Leben als Twenty-Something bietet der aufstrebenden Komikerin Donna Stern reichlich Material für ihren offenherzigen Humor. Auf der Bühne ist sie schlicht.

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It is obvious that small children need to be treated differently from teenagers. Moreover, it is also obvious that every child and every teenager is different. designarsenal.co - Kaufen Sie Obvious Child günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Inhalt: Stand-Up-Comedian Donna nahm ihr Leben bislang auf die leichte Schulter. Doch als ihr Freund sie verlässt und sie ihren Job verliert. In der Indie-Komödie "Obvious Child" versucht Jenny Slate als Stand-up Comedian ihr verkorkstes Leben auf die Reihe zu bekommen. Inhalt: Stand-Up-Comedian Donna nahm ihr Leben bislang auf die leichte Schulter. Doch als ihr Freund sie verlässt und sie ihren Job verliert. Obvious Child. Donna Stern nimmt das Leben mit Humor und baut ihre Erfahrungen im Alltag auch immer wieder in ihre Auftritte als Stand-Up-​Comedian ein. Many translated example sentences containing "obvious child" – German-​English dictionary and search engine for German translations. Perfekte Obvious Child Stock-Fotos und -Bilder sowie aktuelle Editorial-​Aufnahmen von Getty Images. Download hochwertiger Bilder, die man nirgendwo sonst.

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With its juxtaposition of early rock-and-roll and South American percussion that echoes the martial drumbeats on Mr. Simon's hit, " Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover ", it telescopes pop fragments that span more than three decades and three continents into an allusive musical reverie that is beyond generic designation.

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He's more like a kid camping under the stars in his own backyard. Reviews have continued to be very positive over time. Writer Steve Sullivan, in his book Encyclopedia of Great Popular Song Recordings, Volume 1 , calls the song "an extraordinary work that surpasses any individual song Paul Simon had ever produced as a solo artist.

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Entertainment Weekly. It strengthens the ideal that it is okay to make such difficult decisions particularly when it's in one's own best interest.

It's not often one has an opportunity to watch a film about abortion that is so refreshingly candid, yet comically relatable, that you can't help but praise Robespierre and her perspective of a late 20s woman whose life so far, isn't turning out quite the way she thought it would.

If Satan were a movie critic he'd likely give the abortion-themed romantic comedy an enthusiastic "two horns up. In fact, according to writer-director Gillian Robespierre's deplorable film, an expansion of her short of the same title, killing a baby in the womb can serve as the gateway to a bright and fulfilling future.

Just ask down-on-her-luck twentysomething Donna Stern Jenny Slate. A vulgar-minded stand-up comedian, Donna specializes in regaling her audience with tales of her sex life with live-in boyfriend Ryan Paul Briganti.

In a classic case of opposites attracting, the free spirit and a button- down preppy take a shine to each other.

So, once Max Jake Lacy has been vetted by Donna's gay friend Joey Gabe Liedman , he and Donna repair to his apartment for what all concerned assume will be a one-night stand.

Fast-forward a few weeks and it turns out that their encounter has had more lasting consequences. Donna is resolute from the outset, however, that abortion is the only option for her.

Throughout the events that follow, Robespierre treats the taking of innocent human life as something between an unpleasant necessity -- on the order of having your wisdom teeth removed -- and a rite of passage.

Under the latter heading, we learn that Donna's sympathetic roommate Nellie Gaby Hoffmann , among others, has undergone the experience and emerged from it emotionally unscathed and morally unrepentant.

Asked if she ever thinks about her abortion, Nellie reveals the depths of her narcissism by saying that she does so occasionally and that it makes her sad -- for her teenage self.

But, she adamantly concludes, for Donna's benefit and ours, "I never regret it. The fact that they manage to strengthen their relationship while colluding in the liquidation of their unborn child will only bother the backward, sarcastically speaking; all right-thinking moviegoers will welcome Donna's improved prospects.

With Donna on the operating table, drugged and largely oblivious, smiling dopily as the machinery of death quietly gears up, the soothing sight is meant to convey how painless an abortion can be, at least for the mother.

A better interpretation of the image, however, might be to see Donna, at that moment, as the embodiment of a society lulled to narcotic indifference by one of the oldest, most convenient and most destructive falsehoods in human history -- namely, the idea that some class or category of human beings are not in fact human, and that they are not therefore endowed by their creator with rights of which no individual and no government can ever legitimately deprive them.

The star is for the 'acting'. So many of us, young and old struggle to find our voice. This voice could be a calling, a talent or just a passion.

Obvious child took place in New York, were, as the environment seems very open to the dark comics perspective and self-exploiting personal issues.

Donna Stern's Jenny Slate character actually intrigues and made me fell like part of the movie. As a musician, artiest and father.

I find the connection and atmosphere of living life with a dream and reality of supporting yourself in the process.

To some this movie could be very controversial dues to its nature with Donna Stern's Jenny Slate character leading up to and committing to have an abortion during this period of here life.

I don't look at the film as an advocate of abortion nor, do I support its cause, but more to show the perspective of young minds struggle with finding themselves as well as the realization that our decisions bring.

The character showed compassion as well as her dark humor as a reaction to the decision. There was much truth and reality to the story as Donna Stern's Jenny Slate found her self in the middle of a personal struggle as well as a relationship struggle.

She looked to her personal exploits to poke fun of her reality. Much understood to artiest as we aim to please others in order to make up for our own insecurities.

Donna Stern's Jenny Slate understood what was going on around her and its effect on the on the others in her life. She aimed to share this situation with her one nightstand, but seemed to want to get to know him first.

This was easiest understood as the beginning of the movie, which featured her break up with a previous boyfriend, and her temper tantrum reaction.

With a bit of a stalker vibe she starts to down a path the leads to her current situation.

I felt disgusted throughout the movie by her behavior toward him, her view on abortion and at the end I was really shocked.

It looked like a happy ending. Starting a relationship with an abortion can't set good foundations. Don't get me wrong.

I am pro choice, for simple fact that I'm a guy and cannot dictate to a woman, what to do with her body but my choice would be to keep the baby, even if it wasn't mine.

I always took maximum precautions not to get a woman pregnant because I believe it was always my responsibility to keep my swimmers away from her vagina.

I really can't believe the whole attitude in this movie. Its irresponsible and inhumane, but main character has shown on many occasions how deeply selfish she is, while crying how others did her wrong.

I've seen it in real life. Those 2 characteristics go hand in hand. I give one star, not because the movie is bad, but because it creates a really awful picture of reality as if it was a normal thing.

Movies have too much influence on people to let it slide. Edit: Upon further review I realized this is an excellent movie.

My emotions got the best of me. This movie perfectly depicts people I can't stand. It deserves to get a This is evidently a remake and padded out expansion of a short film, and its relatively brief running time seems too long.

I'm all for the right to abortion, but there's really not much of a story here. And I didn't laugh once. I don't find the juvenile "Did you just fart in my face?

To repeat because of this site's length policy: This is evidently a remake and padded out expansion of a short film,and its relatively brief running time seems too long.

Jenny Slate is adorable. Usually I dislike small-time comedians, especially the ones who just go on about their genitals and complaining about their life in that twee-awkward way, but she pulls it off well enough.

Also, the dialogue is witty and engaging most of the time. But other than that, the movie does not have much going for it.

Indeed, the approach to abortion is controversial, other reviewers have that covered. I want to highlight that the way the main character Donna treats the love interest, Max, is absolutely deplorable.

And he hardly bats an eyelash about it. The way the movie handles the central conflict and winds down is incredibly lazy writing and jarringly unrealistic.

The movie has little in the way of a plot arc or character development, then it suddenly ends. Also, lots of other charming actors populate the line-up, like Gaby Hoffman and David Cross.

They kept the movie watchable and worthwhile. ReganRebecca 7 January After it came out at Sundance Obvious Child was labelled an abortion rom com, which it sort of is, but I understand might put some people off.

What the movie gets right is by never really treating the abortion part of the movie as a joke, but according it the weight it deserves.

To rewind a bit: what the movie is actually about is Donna Jenny Slate , a struggling comic who finds out she's just been dumped by her boyfriend who has left her for one of her friends.

It's a hard pill to swallow and Donna doesn't take it well, melting down in spectacular fashion both in private and on stage during a set.

To rebound she meets up with Max, who just misses one of her disastrous sets but quickly falls for Donna thanks to her cute looks and absolute wit.

They sleep together, which Donna thinks is a one night stand and Max thinks is something more, and the majority of the film watches them navigate this space, as Donna slowly comes to realize that Max might be someone she could actually fall for at the same time as she keep secret the fact that she is also pregnant.

This is a star making performance from Jenny Slate who handles both the comedic and tragic aspects of her character perfectly.

He's the perfect blend of gentleman and shy boy and the way he sets out to capture Donna's heart is the kind of sweetness that only exists in the movies.

Some roots are like cages tieman64 20 January Pretty good for a directorial debut, Gillian Robespierre's "Obvious Child" follows Donna Jenny Slate , a stand-up comedian who, after a drunken one-night stand, finds herself pregnant.

Donna considers having an abortion. As a movie "about abortion", "Obvious Child" ranges from raw and sensitive to trite and flippant.

One never gets the sense that Donna is grappling with a weighty, traumatic and serious issue. Instead, abortion is matter-of-factly presented as a just another consumer option.

Indeed, it is presented as the "only" option. Donna never seriously entertains the notion of giving birth. But Donna's rush to abort is nevertheless understandable.

Here is a young woman who uses her stage performances to disgorge all manners of intimate personal details when we first meet Donna, she's talking about congealed vaginal slime.

Donna has no inhibitions. More than this, her comedy routines hinge on a form of self-depreciation. Donna reveals everything about herself because Donna sees herself as being pathetic and so pathetically funny.

That a person like her deserves a child, let alone the love of the kind young man Jake Lacy who impregnated her, is inconceivable to Donna.

In the context of her film, Robespierre's title also offers other allusions. Is Donna "obviously a child" on the cusp of maturation?

Is it "obvious" that she should have had her own child? Is it "obvious" that she shouldn't? Regardless, as low-budget, white-indie-hipster-comedies go, "Obvious Child" is more tolerable than its kinfolk.

The opening monologue by a comedian about the nature of her womenly parts should have been the first clue. The movie couldn't go downhill since it started at the bottom already.

We gave it a solid 45 minutes before calling it quits as it really had gotten too painful to watch any more. The characters were poorly developed, apart from the heroine.

The constant crude language wasn't all necessary and did not endear us to the character. Stories of youth growing up, pain in love and work, and Jewish identity have been tackled by much better films.

I'm quite open to independent films, artistic license and so on. Sorry, I failed to see the merit of the film. Taylorbrantley89 23 September At first, I found myself really into the movie.

Donna is a lost city girl just trying to make ends meet and loves doing stand up comedy. The movie is kind of a slow start because you don't really understand what the point of the movie is supposed to be until she falls pregnant by a stranger and decides she wants an abortion.

Then you are rooting for the baby and hoping she changes her mind and tells the guy she drunkenly slept with. The movie ultimately ends with her finally telling him she was pregnant and was getting an abortion as one of her skits on comedy night.

Multiple people in the movie had abortions at younger ages and basically are pressuring you to think abortion is some great thing.

She has the abortion and the movie ends with her seemingly starting a wonderful relationship with the guy she slept with I wasted 2 hours of my life watching an abortion glamorizing film?!

There is nothing exciting about abortion, you are killing your child. I am beyond disgusted with this film and I hope whomever is reading this review is too.

This movie was incredible. Jenny Slate is wonderfully relatable and real, and the film somehow managed to dodge every romcom trope I had expected of it.

The premise didn't really grab me, a young female comedian finds herself pregnant after a one night stand. Meh, I assumed it would avoid any real commitment into discussing the reality of abortion, or the terror that can often come with the discovery of having a potential human inside of you.

But man, this was a really honest look at what it would be like to have to make this kind of decision.

And somehow, while being frank and beautiful and impeccably acted, it is also hilarious. In a way that some people you know are hilarious, not in a joke-joke-punchline-punchline Seinfeld episode kind of way.

The stand-up scenes fit seamlessly instead of feeling forced or tacked on. The relationships feel established and multi-faceted, and there are some real emotional themes without it ever feeling too heavy.

And let's face it, the "Rom-Com Abortion Dramedy" isn't exactly an established genre, it took some guts to make this kind of movie.

It's a gem, truly, and in my opinion, a really important film. Ever since it became legal for women to have abortions in real life, they practically quit having them in the movies.

As a rule, if a woman in a movie has a legal abortion, she is portrayed negatively. The movie was filmed in a 2. This movie intends to present its pro-choice message in a big way.

Speaking of romantic comedies, that is exactly what this movie is. Donna is a struggling comedienne who does stand-up, and she is just as funny offstage as she is on.

Her humorous take on life persists throughout the film, and even her abortion provides material for one of her comedic routines. People who are pro-life need the subject of abortion to be taken seriously, and this movie refuses to do that.

When the movie starts, her boyfriend breaks up with her right after one of her performances, and for a while she is upset.

Then she meets Max, and she has the best one night stand you ever saw. But you know what that means. In movie logic, if a woman has sex with a guy just once, she gets pregnant.

She goes to an abortion clinic to make sure, and when the test comes back positive, she says she wants an abortion. The doctor tries to talk to her about options, but Donna says she is not interested in hearing about those options, and simply wants an abortion.

In this way, the movie snubs the pro-life alternatives. Speaking of which, we never see the outside of the abortion clinic, and thus we never see pro-life people hurling insults and carrying signs saying "baby killer" and whatnot.

The movie ignores them, much in the way Donna ignores the options the doctor keeps mentioning. Donna is a Jew.

This is important for two reasons. First, it allows for a crucial joke to be told. Because Donna's humor is always about stuff going on in her life, when her boyfriend breaks up with her, her depression over the breakup enters into her performance.

Supposedly she bombs, but actually her jokes are still funny. And one of her jokes is about the holocaust. If she were not a Jew herself, such a joke might have come across as anti-Semitic.

But being a Jew, she is inoculated against that charge. So, why does the movie need a holocaust joke anyway? This movie makes its attacks on the pro-life movement not through direct argument, but through the association of ideas.

A lot of pro-life advocates try to equate abortion with the holocaust, arguing that abortion clinics are like the showers at Auschwitz.

This movie undermines that argument by treating the holocaust itself as material for humor. Second, it allows for a cultural contrast between her and Max.

When Donna first meets Max, a friend comments that Max is very much a Christian. This is ominous, because we associate the pro-life movement with Christianity.

So, when Max comes back into her life after she has decided to have an abortion, we expect that when he finds out, he is going to take a strong pro-life position, waxing sentimental about the baby, and being appalled that she would even consider doing such a thing.

But as it turns out, he is all for it. In a similar way, when Donna tells her mother about her situation, her mother tells her about the illegal abortion she had in college, which worked out fine and was for the best.

And Donna's roommate Nellie is also an abortion veteran, with no regrets. In other words, no one in the movie represents the pro-life position.

It is deemed unworthy of consideration. Much of the humor in the movie is scatological. There were several fart jokes, on and off stage, including a scene in which Max urinates outside while accidentally farting in Donna's face.

There is a joke about what fluids do to a woman's panties, a joke about diarrhea, a joke about anal sex, and a funny scene in which Max steps on a dog turd.

When Donna's boyfriend breaks up with her, he does so in a unisex restroom, and there are several references to his "dumping" her.

Furthermore, when Donna and Nellie are in the bathroom doing a pregnancy test, Nellie sits down on the toilet to have a bowel movement.

I have no problem with bathroom jokes, but they keep appearing so relentlessly throughout the movie, that it becomes clear that they are intended to have some kind of significance.

Their purpose is to get us to form an association between the embryo and fecal matter. The message of this movie is that having an abortion is just a way of taking a reproductive dump.

Therefore, whereas the pro-life people argue that the embryo is a human being and that killing it is murder, this pro-choice movie answers that the embryo is just waste material that needs to be excreted.

Finally, abortion is shown to be perfectly compatible with romance.

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I thought this movie was funny and the character of Donna was one we rarely see. A female character that is still struggling at the ripe age of 28 I guess only male leads can be post-college age and still trying to figure out life and love?

A female character that is still learning to love herself. A female character that has center stage. It is only fitting that the movie ends with the main character watching Gone with the Wind for the first time while recovering on the couch.

Tomorrow is another day. ArchonCinemaReviews 4 February Gillian Robespierre makes an endearingly funny film about unplanned pregnancy and abortion with Obvious Child.

Don't believe us? Watch it! Obvious Child, written and directed by Gillian Robespierre, is the breakout indie comedy that swept up audiences hearts at both Sundance and SXSW festivals.

Donna was recently dumped, and not just dumped, but had her heart ripped out and stomped on by her now ex-boyfriend and needless to say she is going through a rough patch.

What does one do when one is heartbroken? Well, dancing in her underwear to music, one-night stands and maintaining a certain level of drunkenness seems to be the remedy for her.

Unfortunately for Donna this leads to further complications when she finds her uterus fertilized which forces her to address aspects of her life she's been avoiding.

All the characters written by Robespierre are realistic, engaging and fully formed, especially Donna's best friend Nellie Gaby Hoffmann and straight-laced paramour Max Jake Lacy.

Whether it be from the actors' talents or the superior writing, either way, Obvious Child is a fast-paced film with entertaining and intellectual dialogue.

Obvious Child is not a film for everyone. If you gripe about the sanctity of marriage and have considered or participated in a pro-life rally then this film is probably not for you.

You've been warned. Obvious Child is definitely slanted toward the liberal agenda and lucky for this film, so am I.

StevePulaski 14 November Jenny Slate plays a twenty-eight-year-old by the name of Donna Stern in Obvious Child, who makes a living working in a bookstore and performing irregularly at some of Brooklyn's seediest comedian clubs.

Her humor reminds of Sarah Silverman, as its punchline, regardless of the joke, is that a woman can be just as crass and dirty as a male comedian can.

It's not that Slate isn't a gifted performer - she's sly and has mastered the art of being able to throw herself in a plethora of different situations and remaining believable throughout all of them - but that consistently tries to be funny by using excessive vulgarity and sexually-explicit scenarios that are ineffective and lifeless.

Obvious Child, however, is more than just my brief summation; it's actually a millennial romantic comedy with a shockingly nonchalant and comedic look at abortion.

Donna winds up being dumped by her longtime boyfriend, who finds their relationship stagnant and her jokes about their love-life quietly offensive, as he hopes to turn over a new leaf with the woman he has been cheating on Donna with.

On top of that, she loses her job and gets pregnant by sweet and well-meaning Max Jake Lacy , whom she had a one-night-stand with in light of her breakup.

With this, Donna, a free-spirit and a fly-by- the-seat-of-her-pants woman, is forced to seriously contemplate single motherhood in a way she never had to before.

She schedules an abortion and, ironically, gets scheduled for February 14th, further plunging her into a realm of contemplation she never foresaw herself entering.

Obvious Child plays a lot like Lena Dunham's directorial debut Tiny Furniture, but doesn't find itself as incessantly artificial as it.

The film is corrupted because it takes the annoying traits of its characters and makes a film that functions like one of them, as well, including being mixed with frustrating conversations that reveal nothing about the characters, dodging and weaving through motivations and internal-thoughts of the characters, empty attempts to humanize these people outside of the quintessential idea of a liberal millennial caricature, and making every other character in the film besides Donna a faceless soul.

What results is a film that lacks any form of engagement to the audience. A film where abortion is taken in a simultaneously comedic but contemplative light is ripe for a wealth of intriguing commentary Juno toyed with the concept and did a fairly nice job , but Obvious Child exercises the idea in a way that I find indistinguishable.

I cannot tell if I'm supposed to sympathize with Donna, or scoff at the way she can write off big life decisions or simplify their significance.

This is the same issue I took with the aforementioned Tiny Furniture; I'm unable to tell if I'm supposed to recognize that the world created in that film was artificial or regard it as an accurate depiction of contemporary Brooklynites.

Was I supposed to be inherently detached from the main characters of the film or was I supposed to try and form some sort of connection to them as their asinine lives unfolded.

While Obvious Child at least finds itself with an idea it wants to execute - the comedic or, at very least, light-hearted portrayal of abortion - despite not finding an adequately funny or thoughtful way to explore it.

For a film proclaiming a character in it to be "obvious," I strangely found the film to be anything but. Starring: Jenny Slate and Jake Lacy.

Directed by: Gillian Robespierre. I see only one woman has reviewed this, so that partially redeems women, who seem largely responsible for this mess.

This story seems to have been told and re-told lately, and I'd like a new one, please. Late 20s-something female in the Big City is adrift, playing at "comedy" although neither my wife nor I saw anything to laugh at , rejected quite rightly by her boyfriend, and has a nothing job in a bookstore that's going out of business.

New guy inexplicably falls for her, they have sex, she gets pregnant, decides to have an abortion, eventually tells him, he says nothing but supports her by going with her to the clinic, and then they start to watch Gone With the Wind although where are the bells in the opening soundtrack of GWTW?

Sadly, the Jenny Slate character doesn't seem to have any redeeming qualities. Self-pity is not a redeeming quality. There is no indication whatsoever as to why the guy falls for her, other than the fact that she seems to be available and drunk.

And I have to say the abrupt ending threw me. Abortion good, hard work bad? Some guys will date almost anyone?

What's the point in trying because I can't be as good as my mother? We have no indication as to what thoughts entered her mind.

The guy has no say. The only likable character was her mother: was this to remind us that that "Thirty-Something" where the actress gained fame and fortune was actually a far superior show about young people?

And I'm sorry, but why the title? Who's the child? And if it's Jenny, are we supposed to celebrate that fact that she's 28 or so and totally clueless?

Is that a good thing? Sorry, thumbs way down from me. Obvious Child delivered 84 minutes of witty dialogue , excellent performance Jenny Slate and humor mixed with light drama.

It's ingenuity forces the viewer to feel the attractiveness of the actors even when conventional beauty is scarce. There are no super models in Obvious Child , no flashy implants , and no forced nudity , but the movie draws a constant smile on your face from beginning to end credits.

I'm no big fan of rom-coms but this movie changed my mind. Yes a lot will discuss the morals of the movie abortion and take sides with or against but the value of this movie , in my humble opinion, is outside that debate.

ThomasDrufke 6 November Making a movie that seems authentic is hard in this day and age considering what films make money and what films don't.

Most of the time audiences don't feel like watching a film deal with real issues when they can just watch a summer blockbuster, but Obvious Child is an incredibly effective real film.

Jenny Slate gives an incredible lead performance of a woman who is a struggling stand up comedian and dealing with personal issues to go along with it.

After going through a break up she has a one night stand with a complete stranger, who also happens to be a charming and genuinely nice man.

Slate and Lacy have great chemistry together on screen, even if it's dependent upon dirty and crude humor. Speaking of dirty, if the films opening doesn't have you laughing than it's probably not for you.

The jokes can be a bit much at times but that speaks to the bond these two strangers have built over a short period of time. It also treats abortion with care while never really leaning to one side of the spectrum or the other politically wise.

Comedically it's on par with a lot of straight up comedies, but it separates itself by having true moments of drama. Props to the entire cast for creating these real characters who everyone can relate to.

I think Jenny Slate will be a powerhouse in comedy if she chooses the right roles for herself. Obvious Child is a great short little indie film that's definitely worth watching.

I love it Kirpianuscus 5 January The performance of Jenny Slate is the key of seduction in the case of this lovely, deep honest film.

Like the performance of each actor, like the shocking end , because, inspired by title, you expect than abortion be excluded option in last moment.

But the film has its way. And it gives a fascinating portrait of freedom, love, loneliness, friendship, new start, a youn woman in a box , a closed bookshop and relations with parents - the special job of Richard Kind.

So, I love it! Why does a movie do a in the final 15 to 20 minutes and give us something worthwhile, with the first hour here devoted to cringe inducing and painfully unfunny situations and dialog.

Also, I found this film to be filled with lots of anti-male stereotypes as it progressed. After her boyfriend dumps her, she ends up having a one night stand with the super nice guy Max Brown, portrayed by Jake Lacy.

In a few weeks Donna finds out she's pregnant from their sexual encounter, and begins to move forward to possibly have an abortion, suffering through all the emotional turmoil that accompanies such a decision.

Things get even more complicated when Max comes to the bookstore, and asks her out again. Donna also must decide if she wants to tell her mother Polly Draper and father Richard Kind.

This movie seemed to be trying so hard to shock the viewer with raw language, as well as a myriad of scatological and sexual jokes, which fall as flat as a pancake.

As mentioned, only in the final minutes did I get a sense that I was watching an actual story that might have some entertainment value.

Sorry, overall, this film has to be rated poorly in my book. When asked about my 20s, I tell people it's a decade-long roller-coaster of mayhem, mistakes, memories and maturity.

The decade where you learn about the real world, learn from one's actions and its consequences.

Oh, and learning that ex-boyfriends don't really pine over you for the rest of their lives. Fidgeting at the gates of the dirty thirties, Donna's in an emotional crisis right now.

Her boyfriend just dumped her for her girlfriend whom he had been seeing behind her back. The bookstore where she works is closing down, placing her in the unemployment line and she's worried about not being able to afford her rent.

In addition, the relationship with her mother Nancy Polly Draper is still complex but luckily, Donna's relationship with her dad Jacob Richard Kind keeps her balanced.

And last but not least, Donna's recently discovered she's pregnant. With Max's played by Jake Lacy baby.

He's the one-night-stand 'piss-farter' she met at the bar where she's performs her stand-up comedy routine.

As a way to figuring out everything in her life right now, Donna talks about these relationship issues with her friends both on and off stage.

And like any irrational, insecure woman who has recently been dumped, Donna also tortures herself by drunk dialing her ex-boyfriend and 'stalking' his house to see if he'll exit with her ex-friend.

Donna finally turns the maturity corner after inadvertently meeting preppy nice guy Max following her disastrous stage performance, and subsequently falls pregnant from their one- night-stand.

The surprise pregnancy steers the film in a more controversial direction when, after carefully considering her circumstances, responsibility and readiness to be a mother, Donna decides to abort her pregnancy.

Don't think this subversive rom-com makes a mockery of abortion. It doesn't. In fact, first feature director Gillian Robespierre handles the abortion plot point with finesse: placing it in a relatable context that seriously considers the consequences of the protagonist's actions whilst weighing it against the reality of responsibility and unstable circumstances.

And despite the stigma surrounding such a decision, Slate's character remains resolute in her choice throughout the rest of the film.

It strengthens the ideal that it is okay to make such difficult decisions particularly when it's in one's own best interest.

It's not often one has an opportunity to watch a film about abortion that is so refreshingly candid, yet comically relatable, that you can't help but praise Robespierre and her perspective of a late 20s woman whose life so far, isn't turning out quite the way she thought it would.

If Satan were a movie critic he'd likely give the abortion-themed romantic comedy an enthusiastic "two horns up. See the full list. In , a teenager living with her sister and parents in Manhattan discovers that her father is having an affair.

In the throes of a quarter-life crisis, Megan panics when her boyfriend proposes, then, taking an opportunity to escape for a week, hides out in the home of her new friend, year-old Annika, who lives with her world-weary single dad.

A good-natured womanizer and a serial cheater form a platonic relationship that helps reform them in ways, while a mutual attraction sets in.

A New York woman who doesn't really have an apartment apprentices for a dance company though she's not really a dancer and throws herself headlong into her dreams, even as the possibility of realizing them dwindles.

Jenny Slate's debut stand up-comedy special blends with home videos from her childhood and interviews of her with her family.

The story of a teenage boy, his mother, and two other women who help raise him among the love and freedom of Southern California of A middle-aged couple's career and marriage are overturned when a disarming young couple enters their lives.

A hard-partying high school senior's philosophy on life changes when he meets the not-so-typical "nice girl.

A divorced woman who decides to pursue the man she's interested in learns he's her new friend's ex-husband. For aspiring comedian Donna Stern, everyday life as a female twenty-something provides ample material for her relatable brand of humor.

On stage, Donna is unapologetically herself, joking about topics as intimate as her sex life and as crude as her day-old underwear.

But when Donna winds up unexpectedly pregnant after a one-night stand, she is forced to face the uncomfortable realities of independent womanhood for the first time.

Donna's drunken hookup - and epic lapse in prophylactic judgment - turns out to be the beginning of an unplanned journey of self-discovery and empowerment.

Written by A24 Films. The performance of Jenny Slate is the key of seduction in the case of this lovely, deep honest film. Like the performance of each actor, like the shocking end , because, inspired by title, you expect than abortion be excluded option in last moment.

But the film has its way. And it gives a fascinating portrait of freedom, love, loneliness, friendship, new start, a youn woman in a box , a closed bookshop and relations with parents - the special job of Richard Kind.

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