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Miss Conception
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Directed By
Eric Styles

Written By:
Camilla Leslie, Katherine Chandler

Heather Graham, Mia Kirshner, Orlando Seale, Charlie Kranz, Jeremy Sheffield, Robert Kane, Laurence Doherty, Tom Ellis, Nathan Hughes, Ruta Gedmintas, Ruta Gedmintas, Laura Goulding, Laure James, Debbie Javor, Nicholas Le Prevost, Edward MacLiam, Mary Ellen McCartan, Anthony McKenna, Vivienne Moore, Olivia Nash, Richard Parkin, Paul Telfer, Maria Watton-Graham, Bronagh Waugh, Will Mellor, Davina OnCall, Cathal Sheahan

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Miss Conception (2008)
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Movie Review by Zara
February 23rd, 2010

Cute enough but still a little too much on the desperate side of believing that women live and die to have babies, I liked that at least the movie gave the leading lady a best friend who had no desire to have children as well as an admission that when she did accidentally get pregnant when she was younger, she had an abortion without any regrets over that decision. This is something that would really only happen in a non-American movie.

Which is where a major portion of the problem lies with casting Heather Graham as the lead, since her British accent is as terrible as you would imagine it could be. She plays the heroine with the fertility problems with the best of aplomb, so I was able to forgive a lot of her lack of understanding how a true Brit would act in light of the situations that occur to her (she still comes off as American pretending to be British, even in her demeanor).

The film gives you the happy ending that you see coming from a mile away, but the humour is much more appreciated here and less awkward than her other fertility movie that I watched today. While it's not something that I would go out of my way to watch again, it wasn't as painful of an experience as the other film.

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