- Rated: PG-13
- Closed captioning available
- Run Time: 1 hours, 39 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: June 1, 2004
- Originally Released: 2004
- Label: Miramax Lionsgate
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Packaging: Keep Case
Performers, Cast and Crew:
New York Times - 01/10/2004
"[With] a sweet attitude..."
Taking a fun-loving and lighthearted look at first-time fatherhood, MY BABY'S DADDY proves that even the most juvenile of guys can eventually become responsible men. Eddie Griffin, Michael Imperioli, and Anthony Anderson are Lonnie, Dominic, and G, childhood friends who continue to live like children. But when they find that they're about to become fathers, they must face up to a whole new set of responsibilities. Lonnie is the most uptight of the three, who soon realizes that his girlfriend, Rolanda (Paula Jai Parker), is more interested in partying than being a mother. Aspiring record producer Dominic is having a baby with Nia (Joanna Bacalso), but he soon discovers that she has fallen in love with her midwife. And then there's G, a wannabe boxer who is unable to commit 100% to his girlfriend Xi-Xi (Bai Ling). As the pressures of parenthood put an unbearable strain on Lonnie, Dominic, and G, they gradually begin to see what's important in life, and do what it takes to become responsible adults. Cheryl Dunye's film has a positive message underneath it's comedic exterior, and features standout supporting turns from rapper-turned-actor Method Man and Amy Sedaris.
Description by Buena Vista Home Entertainment.:
My Baby's Daddy
The ever outrageous Eddie Griffin (UNDERCOVER BROTHER) stars with Anthony Anderson (BARBERSHOP, SCARY MOVIE 3) and Grammy-winning rapper Method Man in this hilariously funny comedy from one of the executive producers of SCARY MOVIE! Lonnie (Griffin), G (Anderson), and Dominic (Michael Imperioli -- TV's THE SOPRANOS) are three bachelor buddies who have always thought of themselves as big-time players. But the party's over the minute their girlfriends all announce they're pregnant! Ready or not, these guys suddenly go from players ... to play time ... and deliver nonstop laughs like the ones you loved in BARBERSHOP and DADDY DAY CARE!
- Theatrical Release: January 9, 2004