Adventures in Odyssey: Baby Daze
When a baby shows up on the doorstep of Whit’s End, the place becomes a flurry of splattered food, dirty diapers, and talking sock-puppets! Eugene wants to study the child’s behavior in the name of “science.” And Dylan and Connie can only laugh at his hilarious attempts at childcare. But the baby’s short history catches up to him, and the events that follow turn Eugene’s world upside-down. Eugene must decide which is more valuable—the advance of science or a life made in the image of God.
- Stars:Zack Duhame, Paul Herlinger, Katie Leigh, Alan Oppenheimer, Neil Ross, Will Ryan,
- Director:Stephen Stiles, Robert Vernon, Ken C. Johnson,
- Writer:Ken C. Johnson, Phil Lollar (radio series), Steve Harris (radio series)
When a baby shows up on the doorstep of Whit's End, the place becomes a flurry of splattered food, dirty diapers and talking sock-puppets! Eugene wants to study the child's behavior in the name of "science." And Dylan and Connie can only laugh at his hilarious attempts at childcare. But the baby's short history catches up to him and the events that follow turn Eugene's world upside down. An evil scientist! Runaway robots! And kidnapping? Oh, my! Eugene must decide which is more valuable - the advance of science or a life made in the image of God. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Adventures in Odyssey: Baby Daze torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Spike Island beams in nostalgia but brings an arresting sense of blissfulness and understanding to the power of the Stone Roses' music and what it meant to four aspiring teens.
(ag) wrote: Disturbing. I would not let my child act in this movie. Hard to watch, and worth it to watch, but I wonder how this affects a young child actor or actress. Can't be good.
(gb) wrote: Embarrassing, feel like it's mocking itself
(nl) wrote: Is a 2 1/2 out of 5 stars Because it is not grate . 1st of aLL is not ReaListic
(ag) wrote: Liked the movie. Loved the soundtrack more.
(es) wrote: I thoroughly enjoyed this Mel Brooks effort, turning his satirical gaze towards history, much as Monty Python did in their last three films. Narrated perfectly by none other than Orson Welles, one can only hope that, given Mel's recent success on Broadway with The Producers and Young Frankenstein, that he will come out of retirement and show recent people who have spoofed genres with far less success, how to do things properly with Part II.
(gb) wrote: I feel like my appreciation for "Atlantic City" will heighten upon watching it a second time. Here is a quirky, cute comedy that works almost entirely because of Burt Lancaster's honest performance and John Guare's screenplay, which contains elements of thriller, romance and black comedy. I don't think that any other actor could have pulled off what Lancaster does in "Atlantic City." His life parallels his character's so much that it introduces a whole different kind of emotional depth to the film, and it doesn't hurt that Lancaster is such a talented actor to begin with. "Atlantic City" is enjoyable and odd and plotted like a fine novel, and it grows on you.
(ru) wrote: As much as I enjoy watching the frightfully camp way people used to talk in the great British silver screen, this wasn't all it was cracked up to be. A little misogynistic too.
(ag) wrote: It's super fun, entertaining, cute. It leaves many teachings
(mx) wrote: Un film d'animazione piuttosto mediocre che non riesce a comunicare molto di pi di quello che si vede sullo schermo. Le animazioni lasciano a desiderare e, anche se la storia carina, non mi ricorder di "Monster House" tanto a lungo.