Tim Avery, an aspiring cartoonist, finds himself in a predicament when his dog stumbles upon the mask of Loki. Then after conceiving an infant son "born of the mask", he discovers just how looney child raising can be.
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 amusement park is the one at Circus Circus in Las Vegas, NV. 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 »
[sly and the other babies huddle around a sleeping lennie. sly steps up and starts chanting]
You are in my power. You will obey my commands. You are in my power. You will obey my commands. Before i take the babies home, I will drive to Babyco. Everything depends on my driving to Babyco.
What are you trying to do?
I have a theory that grown ups remember our secret language in their sub-conscious. If i'm right... I can hypnotize him.
[returns to lenny]
You are in my power. You will obey my commands...
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I know that many critics say this movie is "bad", but they are must be watching with their eyes closed, do they not see the detail, and the amazing effects, not to mention the dead on acting from Lloyd and Turner. Technology like this has not been seen since Forrest Gump, with the mouth moving detail, it'll blow you're mind. And what a story, it really shows what a little imagination and two separated twins can do. Without even going into the "Mall Montage" I'll just say that this movie is a MUST SEE for any discriminating movie-goer.
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