Following the footsteps of the successful Knocked Up and Juno, Baby Mama also explores pregnancy through comedy. In the movie, Tina Fey plays Kate, a successful single businesswoman trying to get pregnant but who can’t. Enter Angie (Amy Poehler), a surrogate who’s just about the complete opposite of Kate the clean-freak, and who ends up moving in with her.

Cue the hilarity, right? For the most part, yes. Poehler and Fey play the odd couple very well, and there are numerous funny moments throughout the movie. Although the story walks down a very formulaic and predictable path, Poehler’s random antics make up for it.

As long as you don’t go in expecting Knocked Up or Juno (and seriously, if you’ve seen the trailer or the commercials, can you even expect that?), you’ll find yourself being entertained for a good hour and a half.

Grade: B

Baby Mama is currently in theaters.