Baby Baby (2016/Sony DVD)
B- Sound: B- Extras: D Film: C
Klugman's clunky romantic drama Baby Baby Baby (2016) is more
of the same when it comes to romantic comedy fair. Here we have two
mismatched people, an artist and an actor, who fall in love and go
through the daily struggles and drama that every relationship faces.
Sporting a decent cast including Adrianne Palicki (who usually does
action roles), Brian Klugman, Michaela Conlin, Kelsey Grammer, and a
cameo by William Shatner - the low budget film attempts to be
relatable and pulling of the heart strings but instead comes off
pretty bland and plays it safe for the most part.
(Klugman) meets Sunny (Palicki) and the two hit it off despite her
being a bit out of his league. The relationship goes swimmingly
until they decent to take the big step in moving in together and
everything starts to go wrong. Trust issues, jealously, and a lack
of success start to hurt their relationship, and the two must work
together to overcome their drastic differences.
in standard definition with an anamorphic widescreen aspect ratio of
1.85:1 and a lossy English 5.1 Dolby Digital track, the film looks
and sounds fine for DVD and isn't really a stunner in terms of
presentation. Some of the nice locations in the film could
definitely benefit from high def, where now many scenes lack the
definition and detail of the digital format.
chick flick and nothing more, Baby Baby Baby is mostly pretty