"(…)pleasing, lighthearted look at the mommy wars. "Motherhood" (…) is neither earth-shaking nor profound, but it has considerable charm, thanks to an appealing cast and some sharply witty observations about the pressures of child-rearing in Manhattan. It will please audiences who can relate to the tiny, everyday problems that the main character endures.Dieckmann seems aware that Eliza can seem a bit self-indulgent in her carping. (…) But Thurman brings a lot of grace and conviction to her portrayal (…). "
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"Uma Thurman's comedic talents talents are poorly evidenced and ill-served by the shrill tones of Katherine Dieckmann's new comedy Motherhood. Playing like a second-string Sex in the City or The Devil Wears Prada, this is an atypical project from John Wells Productions and Christine Vachon's Killer Films . "
"As a sleepless, serially blogging, financially strapped, generally embittered Manhattan mom of two, Uma Thurman looks convincingly frumpy. World preem at Sundance went over like a lead balloon among viewers who laughed more at pic's implausibilities than at jokes per se. Name actors will ensure adoption of this fussy baby by smallscreen folks, but other pickups seem iffy. Sporting rumpled clothes, unkempt brown hair and the eyeglasses of yesteryear, Thurman appears in every scene, which is less advantageous to the star than it may sound. "