Like all Wayans brothers films, you can expect this to be a mix of romance, drama and toilet humour with some occasional witty dialogue and a completely inplausable storyline that always seems to work regardless of how ridiculous it is, and this is definitely no exception. Unlike the usual Wayans Brothers films, you'll find less of the stereotypical single urban professional characters in this, and more focus on family dynamic and values which makes a nice change of pace from the the usual romantic comedy. You'll find it chock full of the Wayans brothers regulars, Shawn and Marlon Wayans, John Witherspoon, Lochlyn Munro and Chazz Palminteri, as well as noteable amusing performances from Family Guy's Alex Borstein, and White Chicks' Brittany Daniel. A funny caper that will amuse even those who aren't die hard fans of the previous Wayans Brothers ventures.
Calvin, a hardened criminal of tiny stature gets released from Prison only to immediately pull off a heist getting his hands on a ridiculously big diamond. In the escape, Calvin hides the diamond with an unsuspecting married couple. In panic when he realises he needs a way of getting the diamond back without drawing attention to himself and being turned in during the process leading him to disguise himself as a baby to be left on the doorstep of the unsuspecting Vanessa and Daryll. Daryll, eager to be a father, is only too happy to have little Calvin become a part of their lives since his wife is so unwilling to settle down and commit to have children of their own while she is at an important stage of her corporate career. Calvin, however, is not as eager to be a permanent fixture in the lives of the couple, and his desperate to find the diamond and be out of their lives; unfortunately he may find that in Daryll's overzealousness to prove he can be a father, and his own rotten luck, his attempts to get his diamond back may be foiled.