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[walks into room and sees a still hypnotized Dickie standing there with his finger in his nose and his tongue wiggling around outside his mouth]
Boy this is not your lunch break.
[Dickie continues to pick his nose and wiggle his tongue]
All right ice dork, hop to it.
[Dickie starts hopping out the room while still picking his nose and wiggling his tongue. Margo looks on in disbelief]
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Christopher Lloyd, as usual, is in top form. The rest of the cast is good as well, but that's not where Baby Geniuses fails. It's main problem is that the script just isn't funny enough. The film has moments of zany humor and a few laughs, but nothing here is that memorable...except the interaction between babies. These kiddies really appear to be communicating with one another. There are elements in this film that may help it achieve cult status in the near future. As it stands now, Baby Geniuses is an interesting failure. It entertained me until the end, but I just didn't laugh enough. See it for the novel plot and Lloyd's over the top performance. If you don't expect too much, this may be a guilty pleasure.
A 7 or 6 out of 10 (depending on my mood)
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