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this one was just as enjoyable as the original. big baby in a big shiny city= good fun for the whole family.
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THE TOOK A FAIRLY ORIGINAL IDEA, REVERSED THE IDEA AND MADE A SEQUEL, WHICH HAS LITTLE OF THE CHARM OF THE ORIGINAL. A FEW FUN MOMENTS, BUT OVERALL IT DOESN'T WORK
Honey, I Blew Up the Kid (1992): 3/10

'Honey, I Blew Up The Kid' is the sequel to 'Honey, I Shrunk the Kids'. This time, the professor builds a machine that makes objects larger, and you can see the direction that this film is going in.

I found this film to be more geared to adults. The previous film was all about the children, but this film is about the parents and their baby. It's also not a funny film, but it tries to be funny. The characters also seem far removed from the previous film; I was expecting to see the same characters that I enjoyed watching in the original.

The film takes on the approach of the baby as Godzilla or King Kong. I suppose that this had to be a baby because the older children are more reasonable and know what they are doing, but a baby cannot comprehend on this level. I think this is the fault of the whole film. It's really not a film that children are going to want to see. (Children don't like babies because it is a big responsibility, with no pun intended.) The characters just are not believable or particularly engaging, and the story lacks substance. I would not recommend it because I think it fails to captivate a majority of the audience and the intended audience.

HONEY, I BLEW UP THE KID
(RANDAL KLEISER, 1992)
PG
1 HOUR 29 MINUTES
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Honey, I Blew Up the Kid (1992)

I've always been a huge fan of Honey, I Shrunk the Kids but this is a far inferior sequel. A lot of the characters return but the concept isn't quite as fun this time around.
Entirely unrealistic but still was an ok family film.
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