Jay Chandrasekhar's sexy adult comedy starring Paul
Schneider (Tommy) and Olivia Munn (Audrey),
The Babymakers follows the antics of an increasingly
desperate husband who fears his infertility is to
blame when his buxom wife can not get pregnant.
Finding the humor in an average guy's panic that he
might be shooting blanks, the film turns from a
romantic comedy into a slapstick heist romp once
Tommy recruits his goofy friends to rob a sperm bank
he frequented in his more virile bachelor day.
- Worldwide Box Office: $7,889
- Olivia Munn scores another
bikini cover shoot with Maxim.
The Babymakers features a quirky cast of popular
actors who give the comedy lots of eye appeal
including swimsuit-friendly Olivia Munn as the sexy
desperate housewife Audrey Macklin and Paul
Schneider as her beleaguered husband Tommy.
Providing lots of comedic action in the first act,
the attractive couple spends most of their screen
time trying to make a baby. When traditional methods
fail, the two turn to their friends and family
members to seek advice about the problem.
Audrey's girlfriends are deftly played by TV's
Aisha Tyler and Constance Zimmer who listen intently
to all her bedroom dilemmas and then repeat the good
parts word-for-word to everyone else they know.
Husband Tommy's pals are played by Wood Harris and
Kevin Heffernan who serve as totally misguided
relationship advisors he finally recruits to help
him steal back his deposits at a nearby sperm bank.
Director Jay Chandrasekhar casts himself as the
unlikely mobster who serves as the ringleader for
this gang that can't shoot straight.
The Babymakers' Director Jay Chandrasekhar crafts
this unlikely heist comedy with broad gestures
designed to get big laughs. While many films find
heartbreak in relationships gone off the tracks,
this film parodies the games couples play when
crisis strikes and sends up the "he said-she said"
plot line when everyone in town gets involved in the
bedroom problems of poor Tommy & Audrey. Believing
their situation is private and delicate, the
desperate husband and wife soon realize their baby
making has become the entire town's #1 topic of
Known for slapstick comedies and broad
scatological jokes Director Jay Chandrasekhar's
screen credits include Super Troopers (2001), Dukes
of Hazzard (2005) and Beerfest (2006) plus a number
of popular episodes of TV comedies.