May 11

The Switch

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The Switch (2010)

PG-13 101 min - Comedy, Romance, Drama - 11 May 2010

An unmarried 40-year-old woman turns to a turkey baster in order to become pregnant. Seven years later, she reunites with her best friend, who has been living with a secret: he replaced her preferred sperm sample with his own.

Director:  Josh Gordon, Will Speck
Stars:  Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, Jeff Goldblum, Juliette Lewis, Todd Louiso, Jason Jones, Scott Elrod, Patrick Wilson, Kelli Barrett, Thomas Robinson, Bryce Robinson, Victor Pagan, Will Swenson, Edward James Hyland, Caroline Dhavernas, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Jeremy J. Mohler, Brian Podnos, Amanda Barron, Stephanie Domini Ehlert

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Storyline

An unmarried 40-year-old woman turns to a turkey baster in order to become pregnant. Seven years later, she reunites with her best friend, who has been living with a secret: he replaced her preferred sperm sample with his own.


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Genres: Comedy, Romance, Drama

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Country:   United States of America
Language:  English
Release Date:  11 May 2010

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Company Credits

Production Companies:  Mandate Pictures, Bona Fide Productions, Echo Films

Technical Specs

Runtime:  1 h 41 min

by Ginger

A woman artificially inseminates herself with a turkey baster. The movie then jumps to seven years later and the father meets his son. This movie screams adult themes. I would not take children of any age to this movie. The main character is a single mom throughout the movie.

The movie is busting with direct sexual references, including accurate anatomical features. The entire movie is about the reproductive process, including how the entire reproductive process gets started. The main character is single. When the child first meets his father/donor for the first time, the mother introduces the father as an “uncle”. The movie contains many questionable actions by the main character in response to motherhood. The Switch shakes up traditional family roles, such as the father’s role in the partnership, and throws them out the window. It makes light of some serious adult themes. It is not appropriate for children and teens probably would not like it. It is an adult drama.


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