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Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves (1997)

Family | 74 minutes
1,60 387 votes

Genre: Family / Comedy

Duration: 74 minuten

Country: United States

Directed by: Dean Cundey

Stars: Rick Moranis, Eve Gordon and Bug Hall

IMDb score: 5,0 (16.916)

Releasedate: 18 March 1997

Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves plot

"The world's wackiest scientist has done it again!"

A small mistake makes Wayne, his brother and their wives shrink enormously. Now they have to survive between insects the size of dinosaurs, dangerous toys and rides in soap bubbles.

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dave

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Possibly one of the worst movies I've ever seen.

Why should a third part be made? The second in a row was already inferior to the first. How would this stop the downward spiral? What's on the minds of the creators? Do they not have an ounce of self-respect?

The biggest problem is the lack of talent, in every possible way. The acting is one of the worst I've ever seen. Only 2012 Doomsday scores lower.

The two mothers are without a doubt the worst. I wanted so badly that they would suddenly spontaneously catch fire and just disappear for good. Even the kids act better, and they don't get it at all. Everyone in this mess comes across as incredibly unbelievable and drags the hopeless film to an unprecedented depth.

The story is practically the same as in part one, but it doesn't hold your attention for a long time. Everything they experience is so uninteresting and unbelievable. What good is some fun situations if the cast doesn't manage to present it in a reasonable way anyway? After all, who cares what these four fools are up to. A gang of macaques might enjoy it. Laisse tomber.

Man, I find this embarrassing. You'll just be in Dean Cundey's shoes, fingered forever.

Sad.

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