Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

The scientist father of a teenage girl and boy accidentally shrinks his and two other neighborhood teens to the size of insects. Now the teens must fight diminutive dangers as the father searches for them.

The scientist father of a teenage girl and boy accidentally shrinks his and two other neighborhood teens to the size of insects. Now the teens must fight diminutive dangers as the father searches for them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Carlos D (us) wrote: well,this pretty much shows that is NOT about religion,is more about FAITH in ourselves and in a better way to do things in life.

Valentina K (jp) wrote: Complete hogwash. Don't even waste your time. Watch "Groundhog Day" instead.

Griffyn S (ag) wrote: That movie was just horrible! Why did the RT staff rate it 86% of Fresh Tomato?! It's just flat-out rubbish! The story is completely flat, the plot doesn't make sense and the most worst of all, LAME JOKES!!! I mean, come on! I would go with other Aardman movies, like "Wallace And Gromit" or 'Chicken Run". Those movies I can cherish forever. But this movie, don't even bother! No siree, bob! 2 out of 5 stars for sure.

Wrik S (ru) wrote: a little too sticky and messy a story about teenage sex....

Leighton T (ca) wrote: This is the kind of movie every aspiring screenwriter wants to write - the story of people whose small moments amount to so much. Claire Denis does this perfectly behind the camera and with her written word. Her cast does beautifully as well. It is so simple, yet it amounts to important moments within these characters' lives. It's a slow burner, but it's well worth the watch.

Miguel C (kr) wrote: Misanthropy as reaction of being defeated by live and one's mistakes. Gruesome captivating script.

Fong K (fr) wrote: Sizzling with the fury of many a fierce performance, this adaptation of David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning play is an actor's dream assignment, howbeit its exclusive theatrical salesmenspeak.

Sherry M (fr) wrote: GREAT, GREAT MOVIE!!

Tee B (ag) wrote: Great movie that explores and critiques the evils of the welfare system; haven't seen another movie like it and it is understandable if you know what welfare has done to the black family structure.

Paul D (ru) wrote: This movie tried to be ambitious, but it just ended up being rushed and directionless. As messed up as the original was, at least it was easy to follow what was going on. This one is all visuals with very little context or reason to exist. This movie is a poor follow up.

Lawrence W (ru) wrote: Tyler Labine is entertaining, but his gusto doesn't make up for how bad the movie is, especially Lucy Punch whose last name is appropriate for the feelings that she gives the viewer.

Nick E (fr) wrote: The story is cliched on more than one occasion, but both Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan keep it from being too conventional.