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Dr. Elena Kinder and Dr. Heap work for BABYCO, the world's leading manufacturer in baby products. What the public doesn't know, however, is that Dr. Kinder and Dr. Heap are secretly working on cracking the code to "baby talk" which is actually a highly sophisticated language which allows babies to communicate the knowledge of the secrets of the universe with which they are born. Problems arise when Sly, the smartest of the babies, escapes from the lab and unites the babies of the outside world to help free the babies trapped in the lab. Kinder and Heap must find Sly before it is too late. Written by
The combination for Sly's alarm system at the beginning of the film is "1673." See more »
The homeless person who is "K.O.'d" by Sly, and then thrown into a stall in a restroom blinks, when supposedly unconscious. See more »
Diaper Rodeo! Diaper Rodeo! Diaper Rodeo!
Ok. On your mark. Get Ready. Get Set. Go!
[robin and dan are competing to see who can change a diaper faster. Robin is talking to Carrie]
Hold still sweetie, just hold still!
Oh no, There goes old faithful!
ahhh, sprang a leak!
oh no, i had a leak here, i also had an injury, a rotator cup injury-rotator cup!
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I wanted to feed these babies one by one to a Great White.
The guy that gave us the wonderful "Christmas Story," the absolutely terrifying "Black Christmas" and the rollicking "Porky's"offers up a big piece of post-holiday sludge about experimental babies and the evil high-tech scientists that are raising them. The premise is that babies speak a language that if deciphered would provide the answers to the universe. While the adults on the screen are spared the thoughts and clever dialogue of the little tykes, the movie audience isn't afforded the same luxury.
Movies about babies aren't supposed to make you hate the babies, but in Bob Clark's new comedy that combines the worst elements of "Look Who's Talking" and "Home Alone," I began to truthfully despise the wise-cracking karate-kicking diaper-clad little urchins within three minutes of the opening credits. In all fairness it's not the babies fault that they're about as lovable as a hang-nail, it's an absolutely inane script filled with stupid dialogue, tired slapstick and over-driven campy performances by the likes of Kathleen Turner, Ruby Dee and the always exciting Dom Deluise. Those factors and digitized little mouths spewing cliched movie dialogue, statements like "ooh...diaper gravy!" and yes even some bad words, makes for the most agonizing 94 minutes I've ever spent in a movie theater. There may be something far more unsettling and scary in the upcoming new millennium than just the Y2K bug..."Baby Geniuse's 2!"'
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