The baby industry is a billion dollar industry. Therefore, it only makes sense that Hollywood wants to get into the action. Because Hollywood has a hard time coming up with original ideas, they have taken some popular movies and twisted them to meet the baby market. I have a very reliable source who is a Hollywood Insider that shared with me some ideas that Hollywood is working on for the near future. The movies titles are in bold followed by a short synopsis. Since I am always concerned about the welfare of my readers, I hope this will help you when it comes time to deciding what movies you will spend your limited resources on.
Movie Title: What Babies Want
A know-it-all daddy gets electrocuted when the baby monitor falls into the bathtub. He suddenly hears what Babies want. Contrary to popular opinion babies just don’t think about food and wet diapers. Hilarity ensues when it turns out that babies really do poop at the most incovenience times on purpose and like peeing dogs, they spit up on areas to mark their territory.
Movie Title: Million Dollar Baby
A baby enters the life of an aging boxing trainer. Not having any perky female friends to throw him a baby shower, he soon finds that the million dollars he had put aside for retirement will now have to be spent on formula, bottle warmers, and baby gyms.
Movie Title: 50 First Diapers
A new Daddy with no short term memory happily changes each diaper of his baby to the delight of his wife. Every time he opens up the diaper he is disgusted, mortified and amazed at the amount of poop a being that small can create.
Movie Title: 30 going on 13
A new father quickly regresses to the maturation of a 13 year old where fart jokes and the word “poop” never cease to create a snicker or two from the father.
Movie Title: Catch Me If You Can
Parents of twins discover the horror of their twins learning to walk at the same time. Things are further complicated when the twins figure out it’s a lot more fun when they run in different directions.
Movie Title: How to Lose your Sanity in 10 Days
A new father naively accepts a bet that he will remain sane while caring for newborn twins. The movie ends on the 8th day when the father is shown huddled in the corner, rolled up in the fetal position and muttering to himself “they just won’t stop crying, they just won’t stop crying, they just won’t stop…”
Movie Title: My Big Fat Geek Daddy
A daddy blogger finds himself ballooning far beyond the acceptable “sympathy weight” that was gained during his wife’s pregnancy. Daddy is calmed by his blogging buddies who insist he isn’t alone. The movie ends with the Daddy finally losing the weight and, of course, blogging witty entries along the way.
Movie Title: Close Encounters of the Worst Kind
A daddy is convinced he has an alien baby after witnessing the out-of-this-world toxic waste that is eminating from his baby’s butt.
Movie Title: E.B.: The Extra Baby
A couple who were only expecting one baby must suddenly cope with the demands of an extra baby. The movie takes place entirely in one setting (The house) because the couple cannot afford to go anywhere else.
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