Annette Bening and Julianne Moore play lesbian moms experiencing midlife crisis.
More about that later.
They’re also the parents of Mia Wasikowska (ALICE IN WONDERLAND) and her younger brother Josh Hutcherson—both products of artifical insemination.
Then Josh gets the notion to track down their birthfather.
But since according to the law he’s still to young, he gets 18 year-old sister Mia involved. Together track the birthfather (Mark Ruffelo) and introduce him (Mark Ruffelo) to the moms.
A rather awkward situation at best as, as Ruffelo now tries to bond his way into the family and redefine—make that re-RE-define the family ties.
Meanwhile back to Bening and Moore’s midlife crisis.
Their sex lives these days need a little extra ooomph. So marital aids, in the form of gay male porn DVDs, seem to help Julianne as she ‘services’ Annette in a round of undercover carpet munching.
And when the kids accidentally stumble onto the moms’ gay male porn (and how they’ve been