Well, this looks even more rancid than I expected:
Ladies! Always with the demands for homeownership! And wanting to punch their husbands in the face! Hatin’ on other ladies! And hipster dads! Using their babies for accessories, laughing about their incompetence, and complaining about their women! And of course, we couldn’t possibly have a gay couple in a movie that’s about the creation of modern families and parenting.
This is particularly embarrassing in the wake of Up All Night, which moved past its irritating-hipster-parenting stage fairly quickly, and has become a gratifyingly tender and perceptive look at what it means for a man to give up a career that he’s wonderful at to redefine himself as a stay-at-home parent. Sometimes it’s OK not to distance yourself from everything with a heavy layer of irony and artifice.