Friends with Kids


Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 67%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 49%
IMDb Rating 6.2 10 38170


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October 04, 2012 at 03:03 AM


Kristen Wiig as Missy
Megan Fox as Mary Jane
Adam Scott as Jason Fryman
Jon Hamm as Ben
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749.18 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 47 min
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1hr 47 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Victor Holm Johansen 8 / 10

A good movie, for what it is

For what this is, it is an amazing movie! I cracked up laughing out loud countles of times and from two minuttes into the movie I was enjoying myself tremendously. It is not unpredictable or artsy fartsy and renewing the way movies are made or anything, but it is a good easy-to-watch comedy-romance movie. And Adam Scott is amazing as always and the female lead is very cute. Also nice to see Kristen Wiig in a little different role :)

Reviewed by sinifdosyalarih 3 / 10

Friends with benefits but instead of benefits they have a kid

This is my first review and i just opened an account just to warn and save other people.

A predictable roller-coaster ride with very few decent scenes sprinkled in. The film has some points about marriage but tries to make those points through exaggerated shitty relationships.

In the first 30 minutes I thought this would not be a mainstream romantic movie but it disappointed me with an extremely linear and ordinary story. Not recommended for anyone to watch, save your 2 hours for any other movie.


Reviewed by jadavix 5 / 10

Clichéd and forgettable

"Friends With Kids" is a typical rom-com/chick flick for the modern age. It features a modern twist on a relationship: two people who only love each other as friends decide to have a kid between them after seeing what the standard marriage-and-children debacle has done to their friends.

The casting of dependable comic actors like Chris O'Dowd and Kristen Wiig makes you anticipate at least some sort of ensemble of memorable characters, or even memorable scenes with these actors, but the movie delivers none. They just fight constantly to make it abundantly clear why the main characters take a different route. It feels like a rip-off that you're stuck with Adam Scott and Jennifer Westfeldt in a movie with O'Dowd and Wiig.

Adam Scott is a good actor, but I wasn't sure how to take his turn as a serial womanizer who ends up with the surgically enhanced Megan Fox on his arm. He has a certain smarmy charm, but is he a ladykiller?

And Westfeldt? Well, if you haven't heard of her (I hadn't) I don't think that's likely to change any time soon.

The movie could have at least been an example of a filmic version of an alternative relationship, but then the ending bottles it in the most clichéd possible way. If you read the first paragraph of this review, you already guessed how it ends.

Move along, nothing to see here.

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