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Honey, I Blew Up The Kid (1992)

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6/10: I blew up the baby
Tuesday, May 26, 2020

This sequel is worse than the original. I would not consider this a good sequel. It is not the a movie I would recommend almost ever. 4.8 I think is not fair it is not like it is the worst thing ever. As a movie itself it is ok. It made me laugh a couple times. There was a corny villain. There was an Indian Jones ester egg for some reason (I don't know if that is good or bad). The rules of this universe if changing the size something make no sense, but who cares. It does not fall into the trap of most bad sequels where they recast everyone. Half the cast is not really there, but they have the Dad, Mom, and Son. With the addition of a young Keri Russel to the cast Nicky's crush and ten family's babysitter. It made me laugh a giant baby is a little funny by itself...

6/10: Honey adventures continues with this sequel
Thursday, October 11, 2018

This is a really good sequel to "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids". What I enjoyed the most about "Honey, I Blew Up the Kids" was just how different the plot was compared to the original movie, and that was a good thing. In fact, this movie doesn't look like it has ties to the original at all, so ineffectively, you could watch either in any order, really, and it still won't make much of a difference. What I like about this sequel was just how funny it is compared to the first one. I liked how the baby just kept growing bigger and bigger in a short amount of time. It's also more touching and emotional compared to the first one, and it even had me cry a bit - that you actually felt sorry for the baby. I first watched this on television, and I remember just how funny and enjoyable it was. Probably, the most difficult...

9/10: Wayne Szalinski does it again, except now he has a machine that makes things grow
Monday, July 23, 2007

This one is pretty good. Those who say that he runs around in a stupid King Kong or Godzilla like fashion are wrong. Does he eat anybody? No. Does he kill anybody? No. He is just a normal baby that has had an accident that most babies never have. He does break things, but that does not mean that he is a terror to society, or should be killed, or tranquilized. Moranis is excellent as his usual "eccentric" role in all three of these movies. Too bad the Szalinski's moved, because I liked the Thompsons from the original. I bet they either had to move because of Nick and Ron always at each others throats, or because Amy and Little Russ could never be parted. But it seems like Amy has forgotten all about Little Russ Thompson by now, because she just goes off to college with no regrets or worries. Bridges was good as Wayne's boss-totally...

10/10: bullseye sequel
Saturday, April 1, 2006

I don't get whats wrong with people, this sequel was a damn good follow up to the original(HISTK is my favorite childhood movie). We had all the characters back from the original, including Amy, in her very brief scene, the only people missing were the next door neighbors. There is one section in the movie where i was really enjoying it, that was when Adam was only tall enough to fit in the house and he was running a muck,i really enjoyed that. I really think they should have had Amy in it all the way to the end, if not, more little cameos of her, i thought it would have been cool if she was at collage and her and her friends were watching TV and then a news report pops up, like an update about the baby's massive proportions, and then she realizes its her brother. All in all, this was a great movie...

10/10: Absolutely wild and zany time which you will surely enjoy
Friday, November 25, 2005

HONEY, I BLEW UP THE KID, in my opinion, is an absolutely wild and zany time which you will surely enjoy. If you ask me, it was funny when Mandy (Keri Russell) said, "There's no way I'm changing those diapers." Also, if you ask me, Wayne (Rick Moranis) was even absent-minded than in the predecessor. Don't get me wrong, but I thought that it was funny when he told Diane (Marcia Strassman) that he blew up Adam (Daniel and Joshua Shalikar). Before I wrap this up, I'd like to say that everyone involved did an outstanding job and I really liked the Las Vegas scenery. Now, in conclusion, if you like Rick Moranis or hilarious sci-fi adventures, I highly recommend this absolutely wild and wacky adventure that you will surely enjoy. You're in for a wild time if you haven't seen it, so get ready

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