Are you suggesting that for one second, I am to believe that the goddess-like Heather Graham would EVER have trouble getting knocked up? I can name five guys – just off the top of my head – that would kill to be in the same room with her, not to mention stepping up to sire her kids. However, this is the scenario in which her character, Georgina, must adjust to in the heavily flawed and implausible movie Miss Conception.

Georgina’s just broken up with her boyfriend, Zak (Tom Ellis). He’s not quite baby-daddy material, and her mommy clock is set to fast and furious.

This puts Georgina, with the help of her good friend, Clem (Mia Kirshner), in desperate need of sperm and fornication. She searches high and low for the perfect male specimen, only to discover that it was in her ex the whole time.

Along with the complete bastardization of the English accent (thanks to Graham and Kirshner), this movie has no real point of view. Georgina wants a baby, but why? Thirty minutes in, and I was wondering if she really wants to be a mom or if she is just looking for a good shag.

Grade: C-

Miss Conception releases in select theaters June 6.