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John Hughes's subjects have become increasingly puerile. So, alas, have his movies.
Unfunny slapstick farce.
OK slapstick in the "Home Alone" vein
Hey, at least the baby wasn't talking.
For the seven people out there who hoped for a movie stupider than "Home Alone 2."
Baby's Day Out is a decent family comedy that has some good laughs, but is not one of the best John Hughes produced offerings. The film is quite entertaining, and is funny, but this isn't the type of comedy that has stood the test of time, like so many of Hughes' previous outings as director or producer. Baby's Day Out is a fun film, but at times, the gags now have become redundant and unfunny. For what is, Baby's Day Out is a fun comedy that will appeal to the entire family, but like I've previously stated, some gags seem old and tiresome. When the film first came out, I remember that it was quite funny, but having re-watched it a few times since, The comedy feels a little flat, however it still manages to make me smile. There's a good cast here, and the actors playing the villains are funny in their parts and the rest of the cast do a fine job at making this film watchable. Baby's Day out is a decent comedy with decent laughs; however the gags aren't as great as I remember them to be. However, this is still a film worth seeing, and the film is quite entertaining at that. This is a comedy that the whole family can enjoy. The cast makes it worth seeing, especially the three kidnappers which are played by Joe Mantegna, Joe Pantoliano and Brian Haley. Despite its flaws, Baby's Day Out is still an amusing little film to watch, and does manage to make you smile even if the gags aren't as funny as the first time you've seen this film.
Love this film, it's so weird but at the same time really, really funny.
This movie is cute, sometime sickeningly so, but overall it's very funny and entertaining. I think kids will like it especially.
This isn't terrible, just kind of mediocre and a little dumb. The baby is unbearable cute and adorable though. I know that everyone needs to eat, but could they not have gotten some less well-known people instead of Mantegna and Pantoliano? It is fun to see a pre-"Sex and the City" Cynthia Nixon, though.
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