Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show
| 27 September 1997 (USA)

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    Sorry, this movie sucks

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    A waste of 90 minutes of my life

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    Although it has its amusing moments, in eneral the plot does not convince.

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    Hayden Kane

    There is, somehow, an interesting story here, as well as some good acting. There are also some good scenes

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    I originally watched this when I was a kid when I think it was going through repeats. I loved every episode I was able to watch. The adventures of an inventor who continually makes world-changing gadgets and devices is just an incredible notion to me (I really love fun sci-fi like this). I loved the movies and, honestly, I think the show is better. All the different inventions and family dynamics were done so well for the show. All the characters are fun and have their own identity which is something I find refreshing and bright.One thing I absolutely hate is that this series has never been put out on DVD. I think you can buy them off Amazon but I much prefer having a hard copy for collecting sake. As well as just making sure I have a physical object to own instead of being given license to watch.If you're able to find a way to watch this show nowadays, good luck. Pretty much most main links you could think of don't really exist. Probably have to go off the beaten path if you want to recover this gem.Just watch the thing if you can. I doubt emails to Disney would wind up doing any good.

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    I can't believe somebody ever took the time to write and direct such a stupid and nonsense show. And what is worst how somebody could act in this show without feeling some sort of shame. I guess they were without jobs and they needed the money. Peter Scolari was great in bosom buddies with Tom Hanks, but I guess that this show made me realize the reason why Tom hanks went to be one of the greater actors of all time and Peter had to do something so imbecile as this show. I watch it because there's nothing else on TV, but then I get mad cause i am watching something so repulsive. Please if you are a human being that thinks, don't watch it. If you are brain dead, well this is your show.

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    I too thought that this would be a hacked rip off of the movie. Boy what a supreme surprise. The show was infinitely better then the movie. Then I realised why this series was so clever and so awesomely funny and intelligent -Savage Steve Holland who did the acidic and hilarious 'better off dead' movie, was directing these. And this has even wound up on the Disney Channel - go figure!

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    This show is under-rated and deserves more acclaim. It is a fine series of far-out adventures which always keep you entertained. The dialogue is witty, the characters are perfectly cast and despite the low plausibility of some of the material this is always forgiven. The plot of some of the episodes ,aliens taking over the world, a corporate leader turning everybody into choose are as entertaining as many blockbuster films, and the storylines make constant reference to fairytales and make satirical references. This deserves to be bigger than it is, catch it if you can.

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