Bringing Up Baby

Bringing Up Baby

David Huxley is waiting to get a bone he needs for his museum collection. Through a series of strange circumstances, he meets Susan Vance, and the duo have a series of misadventures which include a leopard called Baby.

Bringing Up Baby tells the story of a paleontologist in a number of predicaments involving a scatterbrained woman and a leopard named Baby. David Huxley is the stuffy paleontologist who needs to finish an exhibit on dinosaurs and thus land a 1 million dollar grant for his museum. At a golf outing with his potential benefactors, Huxley is spotted by Susan Vance who decides that she must have the reserved scientist at all costs. She uses her pet leopard, Baby, to trick him into driving to her Connecticut home, where a dog wanders into Huxley';;;s room and steals the vital last bone that he needs to complete his project. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Alex G (nl) wrote: Great ideas and visuals, but lacks humanity--ironically--and doesn't go the distance with its character(s).

Russell H (ag) wrote: definitely a whole different movie.

Adam M (fr) wrote: Another SyFy original that is so bad it's good. Super tank-like shark finds itself in swamp and starts eating animals and people.Swamp Shark is a decent 'get out of the water' feature much like Jaws, Piranha, Lake Placid Crocodile, etc. The film descends into comedy madness towards the end with the 'Gator Fest' - the worlds most poorly attended 'fest' ever - there's more staff working the stalls than people, and we're supposed to believe this is the busiest event in the town's calendar? Let's face it, you must already know if you're going to enjoy this or not even before the film starts.

Bill M (mx) wrote: Mad Martigan must really only enjoy films that are filled with millionaire stars, me? Nah, I like not seeing Will Smith or Tom (plenty of last names to choose from) clutter my 54 inch Panasonic flat! So, that said, are there stars in the movie, thank you no sir! Can't wait to see Ted, a film about a bear that comes to life and he is best friends with a lonely loser who is in really great shape. I don't know a lot of lonely losers that are in Marky Mark shape son! Alright, now to my simple review of this film that I saw in the UK, strange, fun place decent chicks. The action in Dead Season puts the viewer right there with the characters. It's almost a dirty horror film, not because of the genre, but it feels like almost a western/horror film and the characters are slowly forgetting about modern day technology and the ones that have survived are the ones that have let go to some of their past. That said, the main character Elvis, played by Scott Peete still tries to hold onto what he once had but doesn't loose sight on what he must do to survive. The best way I can explain it is if you are texting and driving, you're chances of dieing are at higher risk, so don't text and drive, seems simple enough right? Wrong, just because these zombies are "walkers" doesn't mean they still can't surprise you. Just re-read that, I get what I said, some might not. The other main character is a hot chick named Tweeter, played by Marisa Merril. Why is she hot? Well, I guess the producers of the little film wanted to find distribution so they cast an actress with a great rack! Bonus, she was one hell of an actress too. I couldn't stop watching her, very internal. The acting was key because at times the situations seemed odd, but they never broke and that kept me in this film. Also, they didn't try to do a lot of horror type of scare tactics that most of these films do. The sound and rapid pace and location kept you in tune to the story and what was going on. I think director Adam Deyoe did a wonderful job at telling this story. It was refreshing to see. I grew up a Sam Raimi fan and this was just as fun, less silly but his didn't get to that point until the sequels. Where does it stand? Well, I thought is was a fun little ride and something I could watch again. I say 7 out of 10 star named actors.

Joe M (jp) wrote: Better than the first one. One heck of a scary movie.

Mike B (fr) wrote: Ice fishing? Gotta see it. You betcha!

Mark S (kr) wrote: grade: c+ positives: some creative camerawork, interesting dance sequences, overall good actingnegatives: sacrifices historicak authenticity to cater to younger audiences who apparently wouldn't be interested in a "period piece" ???, ho-hum songs.

Leena L (it) wrote: And this completes my Billy Wilder Trilogy of this rainy Saturday. Matthau and Lemmon being funny, but the whole thing growing old at some point. Maybe it was just too long for what it was?

William H (gb) wrote: Your movie is in a lot of trouble if somebody gets killed by a bitchslap in the movie. I'm not making this up!

r r (mx) wrote: Silly but funny as hell. Older movie again with the classic Kung FUey action. Left me laughing through the whole thing!

Dinesh B (ru) wrote: The best of Chaplin! What an ending!!!

Michael H (nl) wrote: This plodding, campyhaunted-house chiller was produced and directed by television'sDan Curtis ("House of Dark Shadows"--thedirector of TV'sDark Shadows series).Filled with artistic ambitions that failed to materialize, it's based on the 1973 best-seller novel by Robert Marascoand is cowritten by Curtis and William F. Nolan. It's one of those films where the house (Dunsmuir House and Gardens in Oakland, California, a sprawling 37-room mansion on 50 acres) is the star and the characters are merely the furniture.

The B (de) wrote: I loved this movie, Jamiee Lee Curtis was hot :P