Director: Matt Riddlehoover
Stars: Jacob York, Charlie David, Chris Salvatore, Britten Tillinghast
Four years into his first stable relationship, a man finds out that he is pregnant with his partner's baby.
This was not that bad of a movie at all. It all seemed ridiculous. Men cannot get pregnant, but if they could very few men would do it. In this movie, just all of a sudden men are becoming pregnant all over the place. At first, it was Greg and Ken that were expecting, so they thought that they were the only ones in the world that this had happened to.
It all started with Greg bottoming for Ken for the first time, and he ends up pregnant. Their relationship starts to get rocking, because the tension is high between them on this massive change in their lives.
The cast was pretty good for this movie. At least the cast was made up of openly gay actors. That is always a big relief for a movie. Jacob York and Charlie David were good as the pregnant couple. Charlie David was acting similar in this movie as he has in others. He was still pretty good in the movie though. Chris Salvatore looks good. He is not the best actor. He is not bad at all. He looks really good though. That is what gets him though.
Like I said, this is not a bad movie. It is well worth watching once. It may be even worth watching more than that. This could be one of those movies that several people will love and watch it over and over. Enjoy.
Paternity Leave (2015) Trailer