I have to admit I bought this film because it was written by Ben Elton, and had some good Brit actors in it, but mainly because I just love James Purefoy. He's highly underrated as an actor. And he's v gorgeous too. The film is very good, funny but also sad. The subject of IVF is a very emotional one to those going through it and I feel this was dealt with informatively and sensitively. However, I just feel that there is something missing. Don't get me wrong, I thoroughly enjoyed it, and the book too (Inconceivable). But parts of the film felt a bit stilted. Mainly, there's all this build-up to Lucy & the other man and then nothing really happens when you expect it to. Don't let this put you off, the actors play their roles well and it's funny in parts. Rowan Atkinson & Emma Thompson in their small roles are hilarious. But it got me thinking about my own personal life and how we all need to be more attentive to our partner's needs. Be adventurous, try things you haven't done before, don't become boring. But most of all, love one another every day to the best of your ability.