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What Berlanti does well is populate "Life" with quirky supporting characters and nominal narrative twists.
Melissa Mc Carthy is good as the seen-it-all Mom Dee Dee.
With Duhamel we cheer for Messer's transformation.
At the story arc, he confesses to Heigl, "Together Somehow we're a family." At times we're smarter than the screenplay.
But raising a child puts a crimp on their style and they don't exactly get along. Do they fall in love, and transform into loving parents?
Deitchman and Robinson's story strongly evolves. Director Greg Berlanti expertly orchestrates the right tone.
When her brother decides to ditch for a couple weeks, Viola heads over to his elite boarding school, disguised as him, and proceeds to fall for his school's star soccer player, and soon learns she's not the only one with romantic troubles.
Holly and Eric were set up on a blind date by their friends, Peter and Allison who are married. In their will, unbeknownst to Messer and Holly, the Novaks' name them as legal guardians to their 1 year-old daughter Sophie.
Fortunately, Heigl and Duhamel are smarter than the script—hinting at the underlying love Holly and Messer have always had. Validation comes when Baby Whisperer Amy (great Britt Flatmo) says, "You guys make an awesome couple." Listen to the 12 year-old.
Heigl and Duhamel are an amazing looking couple that has a very comfortable feel.