Five or 10 children might have led to comedy; 533 of them make for farce. All the same, Mr. Huard is endearing in the role of a perpetual adolescent who finally wants to stand up to his responsibilities, which include the one baby he has fathered the traditional way, and in his own name. show more
A lovable underachiever unwittingly spawns his own village in Starbuck, Ken Scott's crowd-pleasing comedy exploring various meanings of fatherhood in the modern age. show more
There are certain plot points in Starbuck, it's true, that either don't make much sense or are simply underexplained. But the picture is so breezily warm, without being too insistently ingratiating, that those flaws don't matter much. show more
Very very nice movie and an amazing story!
A few critics label this movie as preposterous due to the number of biological children sperm donor \"Starbuck\" has procreated. While a bit far-fetched, do not miss the spirit of the movie - its humor and its compassionate moments. Very good script and good cast!