I'm a girl who likes to go to the movies. There are some periods of time where my husband and I go every week. We live about 5 minutes from a theater that only charges $5.50 (used to be $5) for the first showing of any movie so we roll out of bed on Sundays and go to the movies. We can actually leave when it's supposed to be starting and get there in time for previews! My mom likes to say I see movies based on who is acting in them not necessarily what they are about. This might be true. Either way, I see a lot of movies.
One movie I want to see is "What to Expect When You're Expecting", but I'm not going to lie, I'm not sure if it's a good idea. If I weren't trying to get pregnant (for so long), I'd see it no problem or if I was already pregnant, I'd see it of course. But, since I'm not pregnant (that I know of yet) I might end up spending the whole movie crying. And let's be honest, I've been doing enough of that lately with all the hormones.
It does look like a good movie though, I like the ensemble casts in a movie ala "New Year's Eve" and "Valentine's Day". I saw a preview for it the other day and Elizabeth Banks' character's phone was going off because she was ovulating and she jumped on her husband. I can definitely relate to being hyper aware of things like ovulation (and using phone apps to track it)! I also like the scene where Brooklyn Decker's character sneezes and out pops her baby! Ha, a girl can dream!
In theaters May 18!