Not to wax poetic, but this movie has its pluses and minuses, it’s good and it’s bad, it’s yin and it’s yang. It doesn’t offer anything new as far as nanny and child relations go, but the ending is rather nice. Annie the Nanny (Scarlet Johansson) is a long suffering person with an identity crisis. She doesn’t desire great wealth and soon learns, by watching her employer, that money alone is not a remedy for happiness. She finds fulfillment as a nanny but her employer also frustrates her to no end. She speaks up for herself twice during the movie, and she expertly picks both times. Johansson gives a good performance but some of the dialog falls flat. The movie does have some genuine funny moments and lines but, as far as this being a family-friendly picture, we were disappointed to hear a lot of strong language in the film. In addition, an unmarried couple spend the night together. For these reasons, Dove cannot award our Dove Seal to the picture.