Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989)
Average Rating: 6.2/10
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Fresh: 24 | Rotten: 8
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Average Rating: 7/10
Critic Reviews: 5
Fresh: 4 | Rotten: 1
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Average Rating: 2.9/5
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Erstwhile inventor Prof. Wayne Szalinski (Rick Moranis) has been experimenting with an electromagnetic shrinking machine. He leaves the device unattended in his attic; shortly afterward, it is accidentally activated. Alas, the demon machine is aimed at his children, as well as the son of neighbor Russ Thompson (Matt Frewer). The kids, shrunk to 1/4-inch height, are tossed into the trash bin by the unwitting Szalinski. For the rest of the film, our teeny-tiny protagonists attempt to gain their
Jun 23, 1989 Wide
Oct 8, 2002
Prof. Wayne Szalinsk...
Big Russ Thompson
Thomas Wilson Brown
Little Russ Thompson
Mark L. Taylor
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[It's] in the best tradition of Disney -- and even better than that, because it is not so juvenile that adults won't be thoroughly entertained.
Though it relies on special effects, this cutie-pie caper never loses sight of the protagonists amid the bigger-than-life Cheerios and 40-foot blades of grass.
The special effects are all there, nicely in place, and the production values are sound, but the movie is dead in the water.
Not great. Not an all-time legendary accomplishment of family-friendly cinema. But pretty darn decent altogether.
O visual oitentista e os efeitos visuais datados acabam contribuindo para o charme do filme, que ainda consegue divertir.
They don't make pre-teen entertainment like this anymore, and that's a crime...retains a filmmaking purity that's timeless, aging well against a summer of now dated motion pictures.
A wonderful blend of thrills, character, and humor that will keep both children and adults charmed and engaged throughout.
The special effects have moved on a bit since the 1950s, but this is old-fashioned Disney fun.
One of the better Disney live-action flicks from the '80s.
Except for the demise of an endearing ant, the film keeps everything in perspective and is amusing and light-hearted throughout.
A funny, silly, even exciting adventure for younger audiences with a nice pro-family message that doesn't get in the way.
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- Nick Szalinski: [his father opens his mouth and tries to eat him] Don't eat me!
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