BABY’S DAY OUT (Theatrical Release USA 1994))

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.7|5.0 Starsììì

Baby’s Day Out—
funny with a few heartfelt scenes and a basic, good storyline—turns into a good film. Story-wise, the presentation is suitable, and the film is cute. The acting is usual for slapstick comedy. The film is a suitable watch. Watch for a terrific, soft introduction and a very nice tie in with that introduction at the conclusion of the movie. Terrific adherence to classic story-telling techniques. The stage settings for the house and nursery are outstanding—eye candy for dreamers.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


Mischievous and wealthy Baby Bink (Adam Robert Worton) is kidnapped and leads his abductors on a wild chase.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Patrick Read Johnson for directing efforts. Thank you to Executive Producer William Ryan for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Eddie (Joe Mantegna), Laraine Cotwell (Lara Flynn Boyle), Norby (Joe Pantoliano), Veeko (Brian Haley), Gilbertine (Cynthia Nixon), FBI Agent Dale Grissom (Fred Dalton Thompson), Mr. Andrews (John Neville), and Bennington Cotwell (Matthew Glave).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Maybe. It’s an afternoon flick to watch when nothing else is available, has some reminiscence (parallelism) to the first Home Alone movie except with a substitution of a very cute baby in the place of an older child.

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