The Happiest Baby on the Block

The Happiest Baby on the Block

The Happiest Baby DVD is the most watched parenting DVD in history! You’ll be able to soothe most of your baby’s cries in seconds…plus add 1-3 hours to your tot’s sleep! Like learning to tie shoelaces, parents master these fun tips best by watching.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:baby,  

THE HAPPIEST BABY reveals a secret used for centuries by the world's top parents...the calming reflex. It is almost an "off switch" for your baby's crying and an "on switch" for sleep. With... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Happiest Baby on the Block torrent reviews

Jesse O (ca) wrote: Terrible, Corin Nemec is decent as Speck but it's not enough. The dialogue is just the worst dialogue I've heard in a while. It would have been nice had the director chosen to explore more about Speck's past and his motives for the murders. Other than Nemic's performance (which is decent at best) the acting is terrible and the women playing the nurses were annoying as all fucking hell, especially Sondra. She looked like she was reading from a cue card, she had absolutely no emotion at all and her lines are the worst and so is her acting. I did not feel sorry for the nurses at all, which is why they are there, to create some sort of sympathy. Overall a terrible film, it's a shame that most mass murderer/serial killer movies suck. The plot basically writes itself so I don't know why 85% of the movies suck, I'm looking at you Ulli prick. Anyway don't watch it go watch Zodiac.

Nicole G (jp) wrote: Not bad, had some funny parts, nice little twists...

Frank P (mx) wrote: Worst Star Trek movie ever - awful

Dwain P (mx) wrote: One of the worst things rap's exploding popularity in the late 1980s ever did to America.

J K (ag) wrote: Asterix is annoying turd.

Joe A (mx) wrote: I saw this 70s TV movie horror classic as a kid when it first aired and it scared the heck out of me. I had trouble sleeping thinking the tiny demons from the film were under my bed and waiting to get me. Now, upon revisiting it, I do still feel it has some creepy sequences but some problems too. The little demons and their eerie whispering are still effective even now but, it's the human characters that are problematic. Kim Darby is just bland as the object of the demon's attention and Jim Hutton plays her husband like such an asshole that you can't stand him. That and the fact that there is no proper explanation as to what these creatures are, how they got there, and why do they need Sally specifically and not just any victim. Chunks of the story seem missing. Was footage cut to fit in commercials or was it just written with the idea of remaining vague. And my biggest question is, why William Demarest's handyman claims to only know something isn't right with the house, yet, when in the basement and he encounters the creatures, they talk to him like they know him,and, he responds as if he knows them too. It's never clarified. Even when the husband comes to him later for answers, he never mentions his encounter or that he knows exactly was going on. If he's going to warn them, why not tell them everything? There is still a nostalgic charm attatched to this so, I count this as a favorite despite seeing it now through the eyes of an adult and not an 8 year old boy.

Kimberly A (us) wrote: good feel good movie. Wish I could find the soundtrack. There is a good song in the movie I want. Loved it.

Lindsay W (ca) wrote: I don't know what's romantic about a guy who wants to get closure from a woman he met for a couple hours so that he knows whether he should just settle and marry his fiance instead? Such a bullshit premise trying to convince people that relationships happen by magic. Am I the only one who feels sympathy for the poor woman that did nothing wrong but got left at the altar?

Ryan L (ru) wrote: Delta Burke is a hotty!!Loved the play so much I had to get it. Del Shores is a brilliant man!

Alan M (it) wrote: Degrading to soldiers.

Simon T (de) wrote: Unintentionally funny thriller about an annoying Texan girl with big teeth who makes the sensible decision to surf on a deserted beach just as a shark - also with big teeth - turns up. If you like over-directed movies, almost entirely set on a rock, with lots of CGI and dumb dialogue you'll love this. In its favour, not as bad as Jaws the Revenge.