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I Dont Know How She Does It (2011)


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0.5 out of 10 This was just awful
Aisling from Mayo, 09 Jul 2012
One of the most pointless films ever made. As a working single mother I think that this is as believable a portrayal of working mothers as Tom Cruises Irish accent. It is also horrendously insulting to stay at home mothers. The sum of it is that working mothers are always running around, neglecting their kids. And stay at home mothers are snobby pretentious women with nothing better to do with their time than slag off working mothers. As for the "romance" between SJP and Pierce Brosnan....bleugh. About as much chemistry there as a cat and a goldfish. Awful awful film.
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3.5 out of 10 Thumbs up
Sebastien from Dublin, 19 Mar 2012
It's a good representation of real life but SJP is too close to her previous characters and this spoils the whole movie a little bit. The book is (as usual) better but altogether it's a nice one. I would recommend it to women and couples, it's a movie about a mother, her relationship to her husband (even though the character is not devloped a lot) and it's not a chickflick.
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0.5 out of 10 Terrible movie
Belinda from Dublin, 17 Feb 2012
I love chick flicks and I love Sarah Jessica Parker and even I hated it! total rubbish! very predictable, nothing unique about this at all. SJP is just Carrie Bradshaw with kids in this film.
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1.5 out of 10 Waste of time!
Kerry from Dublin, 09 Aug 2012
Awful viewing, I fast forwarded through most of it. Save yourself two hours and go for a walk instead!
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4 out of 10 Great Fun
Maria from Cork, 23 Sep 2012
Good humour and very life like. SJP is great in it. Well worth a laugh. Family enjoyed it too.
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What's it about....
A working mother strives to balance her demanding career with the stress of raising two young children and maintaining a healthy marriage in this comedy adapted from the best-selling novel by Allison Pearson. By day, Kate Reddy (Sarah Jessica Parker) works for a Boston-based financial management firm; by night she's a devoted mother to two adoring children, and the happily -married wife of out-of-work architect Richard (Greg Kinnear). Though balancing those two worlds has...

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