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Kash Rajdeo over 6 years ago
for all those who questioned Arnold's ability, He answered in a rather quirky-funny manner
Lino Monteiro almost 7 years ago
How does a man get knocked up if he has no uterus?! Still... entertaining enough.
Anna 1 month ago
Ana C.M. 11 months ago
N B 1 year ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
Rachel Marshall over 2 years ago
Dan almost 3 years ago
Daniel Duval almost 3 years ago
Tyler Richardson over 3 years ago
Rafael Santos almost 4 years ago
Guy Meltzer almost 4 years ago
Asael Acosta 4 years ago
Al Guillermo over 4 years ago
Angela Ka over 4 years ago
Junior is a 1994 American comedy film written by Kevin Wade and Chris Conrad and directed by Ivan Reitman. It stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as a scientist who undergoes a male pregnancy as part of a scientific experiment. Gynecologist Dr. Alex Hesse (Arnold Schwarzenegger) has a nightmare about urinating infants in a library. In the real world, he and his colleague Dr. Larry Arbogast (Danny DeVito) have invented a fertility drug, "Expectane", that is supposed to reduce the chances of a woman's body rejecting an embryo and thus prevent a miscarriage. Unfortunately, they are not allowed to test it on women since the Food and Drug Administration has not yet approved the drug; so Hesse and Arbogast move forward in their research. In response, Hesse breaks into the laboratory and locks himself in. The head of the review board, Noah Banes, informs Arbogast that while the FDA has denied their team the right of human experimentation, the team has managed to receive a donation by Dr. Diana...
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