Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves! Reviews
There's laughter and nice movie so give it a try
Taking place about five years (maybe) After Honey I Blew up the kid, with no understandable year of date. We see little Adam as now a "preteen", Nick and Amy have gone off to college and with Robert Oliveri and Amy O'Neal both retired in 1994, and remember the dog kork? Yeah, he went to heaven... He along with some relatives and friends don't realize their in a "nutty" situation when Wayne (Rick Moranis) and wife, Diane, brother Gordan and sister-in law, Patty accidentally shrunken themselves.
For some illogic, I always kinda thought this film was fine; not great but watchable than "Blew up". Clean, tiny fun. If you never realized, this has marked the final live-action film Moranis has starred in before his subsequent retirement from acting.
Oh Moranis that sucks!
- 'Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves' is a 1997 comedy adventure, that forms the third installment of the 'Honey, I Shrunk the Kids' film franchise. I must confess I like this part the least. The same elements as the first film are used, but aren't as convincing. I do think kids will love it, as parents shrink to the size of a breadcrumb and have the adventure of a lifetime inside their own house. With Rick Moranis (Ghostbusters, The Flintstones) returning as inventor Wayne Szalinski. What would you do if you got shrunken?
It's been eight years since the events of the previous film. Wayne (Moranis) and Diane Szalinski are living with their youngest son Adam in a new neighborhood. While Diane and her sister-in-law Patti are ready to leave on a trip together, Wayne and his brother Gordon must look after Adam and his cousins Jenny and Mitch. The two adult men go to the attic to shrink the Tiki Man, a statue that Diane hates. But both get hit by the ray. Because Patti forgot to give Mitch his medication, the women come back home. As they search their husbands, they also walk into the attic. With all adults gone, the kids plan to have a party...