Georgina Scott (Heather Graham) is a broody 33 year old, who sends her boyfriend, Zak, (Tom Ellis) packing when it has become apparent that he doesn't share her desire for a bundle of joy. Zak sets off on a documentary shoot and hopes that she'll cool off in his absence. But Georgina discovers that early menopause runs in her family and heads for a specialist with her reluctant best friend, Clem (Mia Kirshner, The L Word), in tow. Learning that her baby making days are numbered, Georgina enlists Clem and their camp pal, Justin (Orlando Seale), to make the most of it. A battle plan is drawn up but their escapades become increasingly frantic as Georgina explores internet sperm donors, night clubbers, a love struck co worker and funeral-goers in her desperate and hilarious attempts to beat the biological clock.
The toplining Heather Graham has a daffy comic quality but mainly relies on cutesy mugging, much as the story rests on flimsy situations. A light touch keeps the film from being an ordeal, but the story's trajectory is as predictable as the setup is more