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I can tolerate it. I still thought it was pretty funny the 85th time I saw it.
a nice little movie. but you need a lot of imagination to enjoy it. fun for the family..at least.
JUVENILE SLAPSTICK, A SORT OF BABY VERSION OF "HOME ALONE". AS STUPID AS IT IS, THERE ARE A FEW CHUCKLES IN THIS ONE. PREDICTABLE, HARMLESS FUN.
Baby's Day Out: 2/10

A wonderfully refreshing, witty, comical and even spiritually uplifting family movie! Those who have panned this film obviously don't have a real clue about this genre of film making. These people simply cannot see beyond the surface entertainment value of any movie; unless it titillates their vulgar senses in some way they go away unfulfilled. So sad, really.

But for those who can enjoy the subtle symbolism of a carefully and well crafted story, Baby's Day Out is a delightful commentary on life and what we can choose to see (or not to see) during our adventures to this earthly sphere.

"Unless you become as a child," the Master taught, "You can in nowise inherit the kingdom of heaven." And there is far more power in seeing this life through the eyes of a child than one might guess.

This is a movie you can watch with your children, your grandchildren and the whole family. It will delight you, and leave you with an unexpected feeling of joy and an enhanced belief in yourself and the basic goodness inherent in this world you hadn't previously guessed.
(* 1/2)
Baby's Day Out (1994)


Despite a slow beginning and being very predictable, Baby's Day Out has laughs from 'til the end thanks to more brilliant writing by John Hughes and the hilarious performances by Mantegna and Patiliano.
Baby's day out.
DIDN'T LIKE THIS MOVIE MUCH. I GIVE BABY'S DAY OUT ** 1/2.