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Honey, I Blew Up The Kid
Bruce Broughton
Honey, I Blew Up The Kid
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Soundtracks
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Lloyd Banks, Member of 50 Cent's G-unit, Delivers the First Single from his Debut Solo Album "The Hunger for More".


CD Details

All Artists: Bruce Broughton
Title: Honey, I Blew Up The Kid
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Intrada Records
Original Release Date: 7/17/1992
Re-Release Date: 11/24/1992
Album Type: Enhanced, Soundtrack
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Soundtracks
Styles: Comedy & Spoken Word, Pop Rap
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 720258703026


Album Details
Lloyd Banks, Member of 50 Cent's G-unit, Delivers the First Single from his Debut Solo Album "The Hunger for More".

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Wonderful follow up to the first
Ramsis Lion | Long Island, NY USA | 02/19/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Usualy sequals to movies like this can really lack and leave a lot desired but this follow up to the hit "Honey I shrunk the Kids" is actualy a lot of fun and a nice change on the size changing themes that were developed in the first. This movie realized that we probably saw enough of the shrinking and being lost in the backyard idea and decided to do the opposite. A few new characters were introduced in this movie to make things work. The most important being Wanyes new son Adam who is a 2 year old toddler and will be the focus of this latest instalment with the wacky inventor and his family. Wayne now is part of a big company who wants to use his size alteration invention for their own uses. The only problem is he can't get the growth part to work correctly. On a surprise visit to the lab with his two sons to do some extra work, 2 year old Adam accidently gets caught under the rays of the growth ray only to wind up growing very slowly over a long period of time. Before they can blink he has grown to over 100 feet tall and terrorizing
downtown Las Vegas. To make matters worse an evil partner in the company is trying to take control of things and wants the kid destroyed. Its a fun story that really has a lot of creative moments like His other son and the babysitter getting captured by the giant and stuck in his shirt pocked for most of the movie. They make it look really realistic with the giant baby towering over some famous Las Vegas casinos and the crowd reacting pretty realisticly. Kinda like one of those silly Godzilla movies but still with a Disney charm to it. It has a great story and a good climax and everything seems to end up happily ever after. Its defintely a movie that all ages would enjoy, some may not like it more then the first but this one relies more on fewer characters and a focus of one huge character compared to a lot of small characters. So its a fair tradeoff I feel and worked well. Unfortunatly though the movie has a few problems. One was that they totaly write out the daughter sending her to college, the neighbors too are not mentioned and they don't really show a lot in the way of the kid growing . He sorta just is one size one moment and bigger another. They could have done a little more with such things but those are minor problems. Bottom line. If you are looking for a fun, carefree and family safe movie. This is the one for you. If you liked the first or any of the "Honey I..." movies this is a must get for the colection. You won't be disapointed."
OK sequel, still fun, but not as great as the first movie
B. Mah | Edmonton, AB, Canada | 08/11/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Honey, I Blew Up The Kid (1992) was a sequel to the the 1989 hit "Honey, I Shrunk The Kids". As always with most sequels, they are never as great as the original film. However, there are still some funny moments in this one, and I think its still an OK film to watch for family viewing. Rick Moranis and Marcia Strassman return as Wayne and Diane Szalinski, reprising their characters from the first movie. Seeing their 2 and a half year old son get up to 112 feet (after being zapped by one of Wayne's inventions), the Szalinskis try to get things resolved fast, but of course, problems ensue during the course of the film. Veteran actor Lloyd Bridges also co-stars in this movie, along with a young Keri Russell, who would later be known as Felicity Porter on the TV series, Felicity (1998-2002)."
Honey, I blew up the kid is a good movie!
Ramsis Lion | 11/02/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I think that this movie is cool! It is also very funy!"