Cupid's Pulse Article: ‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting’ Has an All-Star Cast!Cupid's Pulse Article: ‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting’ Has an All-Star Cast!

By Matthew Dougherty

This comedy features an all-star cast including Jennifer Lopez, Cameron Diaz, Matthew Morrison, Elizabeth Banks, Dennis Quaid, Chris Rock and Anna Kendrick. The plot follows five couples, all expecting children, who must overcome the issues that couples all face when expecting a child. The trailer is quick on the laughs and the heart making for what could be a fun summer comedy stuck in between all the big action blockbusters. With a cast of respectable actors like this all signing on to do the same film, the script has to be good.

Should You See It? If you need a break from robots, aliens, superheroes, or all three this could be a great film with which to just go and have a laugh.

Who To Take: Anyone really. The comedy seems light enough to bring your mother or little sister. But it could also be a great date movie or outing with friends. Your significant other will like that the jokes are not all directed at women and expecting mothers.

Do you have a big decision to make in your relationship? Here are some tips on how to keep away from trouble:

In What to Expect When You’re Expecting, all five couples’ problems stem from one thing: the decision to make a baby. Having a child isn’t the only major decision that couples have to make, however. Here are some tips on how to make sure you and your significant other are making the right decision with the least amount of turmoil possible:

1. Make sure both parties are on board: One way you can run into trouble is if your significant other does not completely agree with a decision. Talk to them and make sure that you both are getting what you want.

2. Plan it out: Do not rush into things. Instead, plan as much as you can out beforehand so there are no unexpected surprises. You can be spontaneous, but by planning enough things out, the spontaneity can only be positive.

3. Do it for you: Make sure this is a decision you want to make. Do not take pressure from your friends, family, or even your significant other. Take a step back and make sure this decision is right for you, because if not, you can harm a lot of other people in the process.

Have you dealt with a major decision in a relationship? Share your experiences below.