Wharton-educated biotech executive John Henry "Jack" Armstrong (Anthony Mackie
) gets fired when he informs on his bosses launching an investigation into their business dealings by the Securities&Exchange Commission. Branded a whistle-blower and therefore unemployable, Jack desperately needs to make a living. When his former girlfriend Fatima (Kerry Washington
), a high powered businesswoman and now a lesbian, offers him cash to impregnate her and her new girlfriend Alex (Dania Ramirez
), Jack is persuaded by the chance to make "easy" money. Word spreads and soon Jack is in the baby-making business at $10,000 a try. Lesbians with a desire for motherhood and the cash to spare are lining up to seek his services. But, between the attempts by his former employers to frame him for security fraud and his dubious fathering activities, Jack finds his life, all at once, becoming very complicated.
Weak... The movie was alright for entertainment purposes. It was very unrealistic. Being a lesbian myself I don`t know about paying a man to have sex with me so that I could get pregnant. I mean let`s be real here I don`t know any true blue lesbian that would want a man to do that to her. If they all really had money like that there are other ways to fertilize her eggs.
I believe that this movie was great. It had a deep, subliminal message that the average movie goer may not be able to comprehend. I believe that the lesbians becoming pregnant was just a smoke screen for what Spike was really trying to say. America needs to wake up to what is going on and I believe that Spike is really trying to tell us something in this movie. The real question is, what is Spike saying?
I became aware of the movie from Jim Ward who plays Officer Carl Schuler. I enjoyed the movie. It gave a different perspective on what a whistle blower goes through and how to overcome the many obstacles in life.