Fun movie for kids & parents
My husband, I, and our 6-year-old daughter all enjoyed this movie. As the review indicates, there is little offensive about this film, barring some moments of peril which are brief and end comically. The main female character is smart, courageous, and funny. My daughter already knew that babies don't come from storks, so she was able to see the humor in this. I really don't understand the criticisms about the end of the movie showing babies being delivered to different types of families. Beyond the obvious offensiveness of such a comment, the clips showing this are so incredibly brief that they are likely to be missed except by the most astute watcher. And it could easily be explained (if you are so worried) that the two women are the baby's mom and aunt, etc.. However, instead I would encourage parents to take such a great opportunity to talk to your kids about how love transcends gender and what a wonderful opportunity adoption can be for parents who are unable (or don't want) to have a biological child.
To the reviewer who is concerned about sending their child "confusing messages" about how babies are made by showing same sex couples and a single woman receiving babies: wolves forming into a submarine, storks delivering packages, penguins raising a baby ... THESE are topics in the movies that might "confuse" your child, not the reality of same sex couples and single people having babies.