Baby & I (2008) poster



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Both movies focus on the development of the bond between father and son, with a female friend to help out.
Recommended by redbeanmochi
Both films tackle the same thing: the struggle of a single man taking care of a child he barely knows. Usagi Drop is a little bit in the dramatic side while Baby and I is a little bit in the funny side, in my opinion. And the little difference is that the child in Usagi Drop is six years old while in Baby and I, the child is still an infant.
Recommended by Jolene
Both revolve around a young man having the sudden oncoming of responsibilities and a lifestyle situated within parenthood. Though it's not as comical, it still leaves an impact much similar to this movie.
Recommended by mangokid
Both these movies have the main character suddenly being forced to take care of a baby out of the blue. By the end of both movies, the main characters grow unexpectedly attached to the babies.
Recommended by Skye-N-Rain
These films are soooooo funny. You'll watch them and laugh so hard. what happen to both the protagonists are hilarious and they have serious melt-downs. If you seriously need to have good laugh and you also liked Fasten your seatbelt than watch Baby & I. They're both fantastic. Such a LOL. though be prepared for profanity.

Recommended by Mexu2d
These movies are similar because both have young men some how becoming the caretakers of a baby. The male-leads both struggle with their new found responsibilities as a father and also have romantic side-plots. Overall they both have a similar feel with the comedic elements and feel-good family vibe they share.
Recommended by GigiRedbird
the baby theme because a guy has to care of the child.
Recommended by iamsarah
Both movies deal with men trying to deal with raising a baby. Both are both very comical.
Recommended by JustBruck
Well, even though the Korean movie is not exactly that similar to the drama they still deal with similar issues like taking care of a kid and growing up as a person.
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