I'm not really sure how to categorize this movie for a review. It's not really good. But it's not really bad either. It's actually one of those movies that is more enjoyable after multiple viewings, like those old cable TV stalwarts from back in the day, where you'd turn it on while doing chores and then you'd turn off the vacuum for the parts you liked the best. The movie, mostly set in Atlanta, follows multiple couples at different stages in their lives with one thing in common: they got pregnant roughly around the same time. They also turn out to be interconnected with each other, some of them in surprising ways that the director keeps in his pocket until he's ready to spring that connection on you. This is not as annoying as it could have been because, to varying degrees, the characters are quite likable. Some of the gags do not get old (mostly courtesy of Chris Rock but Brooklyn Decker and Dennis Quaid also make an effective comedy duo), others were not really funny in the first place (but they get a sticker for trying, except for one joke made of so much cringe even J Lo couldn't save it, seriously who greenlit that joke, and the poor actor who had to deliver it looks mortified even while he's saying it). A lot of the tone is farcical, with the exception of one storyline that takes a turn for the dramatic complete with a musical stinger straight out of a horror movie. I mention this because (spoiler ahead) I think people expecting a fluffy comedy ought to be mentally prepared for a miscarriage storyline right in the middle of the movie if they're going to watch this. For the most part though, this is a comedy with quite a few satirical moments, and it is very rewatchable.