Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves
Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves
PG | 18 March 1997 (USA)
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The joke's on absent-minded scientist Wayne Szalinski when his troublesome invention shrinks him, his brother and their wives so effectively that their children think they've completely disappeared. Of course, this gives the kids free rein to do anything they want, unaware that their parents are watching every move.

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Stevecorp

Don't listen to the negative reviews

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Intcatinfo

A Masterpiece!

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Voxitype

Good films always raise compelling questions, whether the format is fiction or documentary fact.

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Janae Milner

Easily the biggest piece of Right wing non sense propaganda I ever saw.

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JKlein9823

Enjoyable family film from Disney. I like movies of many different genres, from supernatural thrillers to the classics. This pleasant film reminded me of one of the Disney films from the 1960s with a simple premise. Good use of computer graphics to create a "giant" cockroach and a Daddy longlegs. Recommended for age 6 and up.

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Kristinartist79

I just saw this movie recently with my boyfriend. This movie was okay; it was funny, but not half as great as the 1989 "honey we shrunk the kids". The only actor I believe to be from the first movie (or even the second) was Moranis. The actress that plays Diane is too young to be the same mother that was played by Strassman, who is much older and does not look anything like her. The movie was kind of funny and creative though. I guess since they had amovie with the kids being shrunk and blown up, they had to do one with the adults. But the first movie was made a decade before and the second one was made like five years before, so it was like the first one (and maybe the second one) was forgotten by the time this movie came out. I mean when the second one came out, it was only a few years later, so the same genration of children were still familiar with it. But I guess it kind of brought the first movie back so the next generation of children could enjoy the Szalinskins.

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Punk19

Rick Moranis(Wayne Szalinski) is once again thrown into a turmoil of trying to solve another shrinking problem. Only it's not on his kids, his neighbor kids or his toddler. This time he done it to himself, his wife Diane(Eve Gordon),his brother Gordon(Stuart Pankin) and his wife Pattie(Robin Bartlett).So what does a whole family of Szalinski's to do when they get in contact with big shoes, huge bugs and sick party goer children? They do their best to make us laugh more and more and more. Do they get themselves back to normal to stop their kids from sending themselves to jail? Watch to see.Rick Moranis is the only one that remains the same all the way through this funny series.

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TelevisionJunkie

The premise of shrinking Moranis himself seemed natural after the first two films, however their execution was way off. I never had any intention of watching this but I had on the TV Guide channel and saw the name Eve Gordon and it was driving me nuts trying to figure out why I knew her name... So I watched it. At first I didn't realize why I knew the name and then it hit me -- both Eve Gordon (who doesn't even look like the same person in this film) and Robin Bartlett starred together in the shortlived sitcom "The Powers That Be." They had good chemistry as enemies on that series (an all-time favorite show), but their chemistry together in this film really sucks. And then came all the other TV actors (Mila Kunis, Stuart Pankin, Allison Mack)... Talented Moranis and his cohorts are completely wasted in this film. What were these people thinking? The effects are atrocious -- there's perhaps only two shots of the shrunken parents that look like they might actually be in the house rather than standing in front of a bluescreen. The plot's a rehash (drolly executed). The script is laughable, and not in a good way. Most of the "jokes" are painfully unfunny and/or in poor taste, even for a child demographic audience. It seemed like each commercial break lasted 10 minutes and I found out why when I came here and discovered the film is only 74 minutes.Can't really say much that hasn't already been said, so I'll leave it at this with apologies to the cast: avoid this turkey!

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