Mom and dad dump son Cody, daughter Abby, her best friend Marcella and a baby on the farm with Grandpa and Grandma. Purple dinosaur Barney soon appears to entertain kids, and when a large ...
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Mom and dad dump son Cody, daughter Abby, her best friend Marcella and a baby on the farm with Grandpa and Grandma. Purple dinosaur Barney soon appears to entertain kids, and when a large colorful egg deposited on a farm by a shooting star is accidentally carted off, Barney and kids start their chase for it. Written by
John Landis was asked by PolyGram to direct this film. They wanted Landis to do another movie for them, having done An American Werewolf In London (1981) for them 17 years earlier. But Landis turned it down because he was working on Blues Brothers 2000 (1998) at the same time and Landis even said that he had no interest into directing a children's film, especially with what happened with him on the making of Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983). See more »
At Miss Goldfinch's house, while singing "What's Inside It?", Miss Goldfinch suddenly throws the egg into the air...even though it was on the other side of the room (and not in her hands) an instant before. See more »
Unlike the TV show, which is quite good for kids 2-4, this film is inappropriate for just about anybody. Very young children will be lost in the plot. And I don't really want to subject my child to slapstick humor (e.g. the sullen boy accidentally stepping on a cow pie).
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