Written by Cole the Kid Critic November 20, 2008
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As all parents know, the process of having children isn't necessarily something children need to know about. Baby Mama is a fun comedy for adults about the trials of a 37-year-old woman (Tina Fey) who chose her career over marriage and building a family. Now, at the top of her career and just a few years away from being too old to have a child, she finds her solution in hiring a surrogate mother (Amy Poelher).
As you may expect from the stars of "Saturday Night Live," the humor is on par with what you might see from the Not Ready for Primetime Players...humor that's blue but not quite raunchy. Jokes about drugs, body parts, periods and sex are abundant. But more than anything, Baby Mama is a story for adults (okay, for women) and is as boring and disgusting for kids as their describing a scene they played in "Call of Duty" is to you. For ages 13 and older.