On "Baby Mama"
From The Dispatch:
"Baby Mama" is pretty much your average overcoming adversity comedy, in which a career-driven business woman (Fey) who is unable to have children goes to an agency who sends her a raucous, uncouth loudmouth (Poehler) to be a surrogate mother to her child. Friendships are made, broken, reflected on with a montage complete with sad pop song and ultimately healed - then everyone goes home happy.Click here to read my full review.
But thanks to Fey, Poehler and an absolutely hilarious supporting turn by Steve Martin (who nearly steals the entire film) as Fey's new age guru/organic market executive boss, "Baby Mama" has a distinct charm to it, even when all the jokes don't always hit home.