The Babymoon

Reviews

The Babymoon

The Babymoon is still admirable for its efforts despite its imperfections.  The premise is also surprisingly layered – another element that earns our respect.  When the movie slacks on convincing dialogue or it loses subtlety in the performances, writer/director Bailey Kobe isn’t afraid to send his audience into a feverous tailspin, making us wonder in amusement how our jilted characters wound up on this crazy adventure in the first place.