15 x Copies of 'What to Expect When You're Expecting' on DVD

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About The Product

Conceived from the best-selling, most beloved pregnancy book in the world of the same name, What to Expect When You’re Expecting is a hilarious and heartfelt comedy about five couples whose

intertwined lives are turned upside down by the challenges of impending parenthood.

A kaleidoscopic comedy as universal as it is unpredictable, What to Expect When You're Expecting finds humour and uplift in all the unexpected trials and triumphs of welcoming a child into the world.

Features an all star ensemble cast featuring Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Elizabeth Banks, Chace Crawford, Brooklyn Decker, Anna Kendrick, Matthew Morrison, Dennis Quaid, Chris Rock, Rodrigo Santoro, Ben Falcone and Joe Manganiello.

Due on Blu-ray, DVD or for download October 3

Product Reviews

madison27, Port Germein SA


i love this movie it was so funny but there was a few sad scenes in it but i think every one should watch this as it has a great cast of actors in it and lot of eye candy for the girls and the guys plus it had all my favourite actors in it so i really hope they make another one soon

Sandra604, South Tamworth NSW


What to expect when you’re expecting is a great chick flick it was a love story with humour. What an amazing funny movie it truly is a great move to watch when you just want to unwind and have a good laugh. An excellent cast great actors and actresses can’t wait for the sequel. I would recommend this movie to anyone that wants a laugh even most men could sit through this as it has enough humour to keep them watching . I have let it to my girlfriends and they have given it a big thumbs up.

auds, Shalvey NSW


Very funny,interesting & a great intersting storyline.

Sandra604, South Tamworth NSW


Best girl flick totally funny enjoyed 100% the movie was even enjoyed by the males of the family .

Melanie1811, Manifold Heights VIC


I had been really looking forward to watching What to Expect When You're Expecting, as I had frequently referred to the book by Heidi Murkoff during pregnancy. Although the movie didn't really have anything to do with the book itself, it portrayed trying to concieve, pregnancy and childbirth in an over-the-top Hollywood manner.

The film followed the journey of a number of couples and their cleverly intertwined lives. I found myself laughing out loud a number of times, and wiping away tears during other scenes. I really enjoyed this film and would recommend it to anyone looking to relax, unwind and watch a funny and light-hearted DVD.

Bronwyn, Rosanna VIC


Very enjoyable comedy. Great for all ages, and especially all those thinking about or having a baby.

Alexandra17, Mernda VIC


I thoroughly enjoyed watching this movie, which was very entertaining. I loved how the characters connected in the movie and how the men were also very much involved during and after the pregnancy. You don't find this kind of involvement in other movies, which have the same subject. The movie never got boring and there's always something new and unexpected happening. I loved the conversations the 'experienced' dads were having during their social outing in the park and also the scene, where it became clear to one of the expecting mums, that pregnancy isn't always that fabulous for the duration of the whole nine months. Great film for all generations to watch and mums and dads alike.

Theresa113, Mitcham VIC


Fantastic light hearted movie. Perfect for a girls night in. Watched this with a group of girl friends and a bottle of champagne (or 2...) and had the best night in for a long time.

Good for a movie that does not require all that much concentration. Recommend for all ladies looking for a laugh!!

amc20, Alfred Cove WA


The movie was ok, although I wouldn't rave about it. It was good for a night at home without my hubby, he wouldn't be able to sit through it. Some funny bits (I was mostly laughing at the men). I liked Dennis Quaid's and Chris Rock's characters.

Alyena, BruNSWick West VIC


What to expect when you're expecting is definitely a lighthearted, stereotypical but fun look at the joys (and dramas) or finding out you're pregnant and what follows on from that! Recommended to watch on a cold winter night with a bowl of popcorn and a hot drink.