Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar surprised the world by announcing that they are pregnant for the twentieth time. What's mostly surprising is that somebody named Jim Bob was able to have sex a minimum of twenty times.

But seriously, that's a lot of kids. And though having children is an enriching experience, there has to be a point where having that many is an impediment on a functioning life. It can cause financial, emotional, and vaginal strain. Not to mention the fact that they're ineligible to appear on Family Feud.

However, the large family trend is growing in popularity with many Americans opting to raise a shitload of children. This is thanks in part to The Duggars, but also to the film families listed below.

Xenomorphs - Aliens

When it comes to movie moms, the Alien Queen really gets around. She has hundreds of children, all of which were conceived with a different partner. Her self-esteem must really be in the toilet. Alien Queen's dad really messed her up.

Gremlins - Gremlins

Stripe the Gremlin probably has the biggest family in film history. Think about like this, if a spilled glass of water caused Gizmo to birth five offspring, just imagine what Spike's jump into a YMCA pool yielded. Hundreds, if not thousands. When you factor in his babies having babies, that's a ton of Gremlins. It must be really rough for them around Christmas.

The Carveths - The Brood

Nola Carveth had a lot of issues with her parents. Sadly, she never had their love, as they'd much rather show that love to bottles of alcohol. Recalling this abuse, the rage she'd bottled up for so long manifested itself when she parthenogenetically birthed scores of asexual, color-blind, murderous child creatures both toothless and devoid of a belly button. Parents, when was the last time you hugged your child?

The Rico Clones - Judge Dredd

Judge Dredd finds his greatest enemy in Rico. Both were created from The Janus Project, an experiment that attempted to create the perfect law-keeper via cloning. Rico is the inferior clone and bitter enough about it, that he commandeers a revived attempt of the Janus Project and creates an army of clones using his own DNA. However, they aren't allowed to cook long enough before being released and just kind of disappear from the film altogether. Seriously, film editor?

The Aliens - Toy Story 3

Denizens of a strange world known as Pizza Planet (Brett Ratner's favorite planet), the Toy Story aliens are vast in number, but fiercely loyal and cult-like. Three members of this enormous family are separated from their kin, but charitabl taken off the streets by The Potato Heads. Though they share no biological connection, they love one another just the same.

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