Adventures in Babysitting
When plans with her boyfriend fall through, high school senior Chris Parker ends up babysitting the Anderson kids, Brad and Sara. What should be a quiet night in, however, turns into a series of ridiculous exploits, starting when they leave the house to pick up Chris' friend Brenda. Soon, Brad's buddy Daryl is involved, and the group must contend with car thieves, blues musicians and much more.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Comedy, Crime, Family, Romance, Thriller
- Stars:Vincent D'Onofrio, Elisabeth Shue, Penelope Ann Miller, Bradley Whitford,
- Director:Chris Columbus,
- Writer:David Simkins
Chris Parker agrees to babysit after her "dread" date stands her up. Expecting a dull evening, Chris settles down with three kids for a night of TV... and boredom. But when her frantic friend Brenda calls and pleads to be rescued from the bus station in downtown Chicago, the evening soon explodes into an endless whirl of hair-raising adventures! Babysitter and kids leave their safe suburban surroundings and head for the heart of the big city, never imagining how terrifyingly funny their expedition will become! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Adventures in Babysitting torrent reviews
(it) wrote: En DVD Interesante historia "sobrenatural", inquietante, que te mete un no se que en el cuerpo y un final inesperado. Una buena composicion musical bastante original y actuaciones aceptables. Con doble lectura, tal vez mas, plantea muchas cosas y situaciones que alguna ve todos o algunos hemos vivido.
(ca) wrote: McDowell plays the sicko well. Adapted from Grieco's book "The Communist Who Ate Children", which was based on real-life psycho Chikatilo. The directing is plain and dreary, which I suppose is the point. Would have been much better if it followed what really happened more closely.
(es) wrote: Review:After seeing who was starring in this movie, I was really looking forward to it, but once again, Woody Allen's constant babbling and silly humour just didn't work for me. The whole town is scared to leave there homes because there is a serial killer on the lose and they gather together to try and capture him. They form different gangs, who don't get along and all the way through the film, Woody Allen is completely left out of the loop. With such an intense situation, Allen's character is going around spurting out these annoying one liners which gets on everyone's nerves, including mine. On top of that, you've got the squeaky Mia Farrow whose in a troubled relationship and ends up sleeping with Cusack for loads of money. I liked the banter with the prostitutes, played by Kathy Bates, Jodie Foster and Lily Tomlin, but the storyline gets a bit weak after a while. It would have been much better if it was a whodunit because you see who the killer is, way to early in the movie. Anyway, I think it was a waste of a great cast and I personally thought that Allen and Farrow spoilt the movie. Disappointing!Round-Up:I was expecting Madonna to have a big part in this film, after seeing her face all over the poster, but she's only in one scene. You do see a few famous people along the way, like John C. Reilly and William H. Macy, but I doubt that you will notice them. Judging by the box office takings, I wasn't the only one that thought that this movie was a bit weak. Basically, for a suspense thriller, there really wasn't that much suspense or thrilling happening, so it has to get the thumbs down from me.Budget: $14millionDomestic Gross: $3million (Terrible!)I recommend this movie to people who are into there Woody Allen movies about a town of people trying to capture a serial killer. 3/10
(kr) wrote: My favorite film of all. Spielberg's best movie!
(fr) wrote: Just doesn't quite get anywhere that interesting.
(nl) wrote: The only thing I disliked was Nietzsche being misused (once again). However it was also the first time I've heard of him, so thanks for that (now that I've learned a little more about his philosophy). The dialogue and acting are gripping.
(kr) wrote: It's fucking amazing. Kick you right in the feels. I support for the heart-touching scenes, soulful songs, and Euro swearing. Dope flick. Actually, it was beautiful.