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, Rovi
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Predictable with gross language that leeches any beauty or romance out of it. Do people who love each other really talk this way? (i.e "I want to xxxx the xxxx out of you.) They certainly do in every "romantic" comedy since "Knocked Up"..