Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves

Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves

The joke's on absent-minded scientist Wayne Szalinski when his troublesome invention shrinks him, his brother and their wives so effectively that their children think they've completely disappeared. Of course, this gives the kids free rein to do anything they want, unaware that their parents are watching every move.

The Szalinsky family once again discovers size really does matter after Wayne, his brother, and their wives are shrunk accidentally. The team now must be very brave of disgusting household insects the size of dinosaurs and more in their biggest adventure to get their children's attention! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves torrent reviews

Piotr S (ru) wrote: watchable. mostly liked.

Mary B (au) wrote: A time in history well told with great acting.

Emi M (it) wrote: Really nice movie: funny and touching. Great cast and magnific Prague!!!

Graham M (mx) wrote: What worked in the book looks silly on film.

Field M (ru) wrote: I am in mourning after watching this film, not for that poor lady or anything caused by the repercussions of what happened to her, but for the lose of 2 hours of my life I am never getting back.

Andrew S (ag) wrote: Not a bad movie. It gets hated on by critics some times but I honest think it's good.

Mine L (us) wrote: Super sad but a super good movie too.

Danny A (fr) wrote: Finally saw it, pretty good, cult classic midnight movie type.

Grant S (jp) wrote: Texas, shortly after the Civil War. Henry Moon is an outlaw, on the run from the law. He is captured trying to escape to Mexico and taken back to town to be hanged. The town has a special law that a condemned man can walk free if one of the single women of the town offer to marry him. Henry is in luck - at the last moment Julia Tate offers to marry him, and pretty soon they are married. However, Henry soon discovers that Julia's motives are purely business-orientated - she needs someone to work the mine on her property. This makes for a very cold marriage...Ostensibly a comedy-western, but not overly funny. Has its moments, but many of the attempts at humour are of a slapstick nature and end up rather silly. Had some potential as a drama, exploring and developing the relationship between Henry and Julia, but this is pretty basic and predictable.Some pretty big names in the cast: Jack Nicholson, Mary Steenburgen (in her first movie), John Belushi, Christopher Lloyd, Ed Begley Jr and Danny DeVito (in a minor role). Unfortunately the movie does not come close to making full use of their talents. Even Nicholson seems unconvincing, even hammy at times. Why John Belushi was even in the movie was beyond me - he doesn't have much screen time and his performance mostly consists of insane laughter and ramblings. Considering how he tended to find inspiration, I reckon that, during the filming of the movie, he did more lines off-screen than had lines on-screen...Belushi's presence might also explain Nicholson's persistent nasally way of talking in the movie...

Michael S (de) wrote: One of Dietrich's worst films. Howver, I love Dietrich singing "Get Away, Young Man".

Knox M (kr) wrote: Carol Reed's Hitchcock moment has a stellar script textured with comic thrills.

Kelsey R (ca) wrote: Some of the worst special effects in the history of movies. This movie is a joke. Horrible acting, cheesy super fake stunts and makeup that's scary because of how pathetic it is. Honestly the worst movie I've seen in ages, I'm glad I only rented it.

probowl 4 (es) wrote: Predictable, sure, but that doesn't stop 'We Are Marshall' from being an emotional and ultimately uplifting movie that pays homage to those who were lost in the Plane crash and those who strived to revive the Marshall University Football program.

Erik W (ca) wrote: Its a bad movie..i am dissapointed..was very happy..most badly movie of the year 2015!!!