The scientist father of a teenage girl and boy accidentally shrinks his and two other neighborhood teens to the size of insects. Now the teens must fight diminutive dangers as the father searches for them.
Wayne Szalinski is a clumsy genius who comes up with new gadgets and experiments all the time, but something usually goes wrong and gets Wayne and his family into trouble, danger and fantastical adventure.
Barbara Alyn Woods,
Wayne Szalinzki, a wacky, absent-minded inventor, is back again but only this time he decides to use his infamous shrink machine just one more time. His wife Diane asks him to get rid of the "Tiki Man" a large tiki sculpture. Wayne refuses to get rid of it so he decides to restart the shrink ray and reduces the Tiki Man to pocket-size. However, after Wayne shrinks the Tiki Man the machine is accidentally activated and Wayne ends up shrinking himself and his brother Gordon. Meanwhile, when Gordon's wife Patty and Diane were going on a vacation they went back to the house when Patty suddenly realizes she forgot Mitch's medicine for his potassium deficiency. When they were about to leave, they decide to sneak into the attic and surprise the men, but the shrink ray is activated once again, and the ladies are shrunk as well. So the team must be very brave of disgusting household insects the size of dinosaurs and more in their biggest adventure to get their children's attention.Written by
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The final installment of the "Honey, I" franchise. See more »
(at around 15 mins) When Wayne and Gordon move the Tiki Man into the attic, Wayne closes the attic door. However, after he turns the shrinking machine on, there is a shot of the Tiki Man, and the door is clearly open. See more »
[on the phone]
I'm so excited, Patty. I've been looking at the La Costa brochure every day for two months.
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During the opening credits, the Walt Disney Home Video logo appears. As soon as its finished, the studio credit that appears onscreen reads, "Walt Disney Pictures presents", despite the logo not appearing. See more »
On the Netflix print of this movie, the 2006-present Walt Disney Pictures logo (reading simply "Disney") plasters the 1991-2002 Walt Disney Home Video logo that appeared on DVD, VHS and television prints. See more »
This was the third and final entry of the series, and I believe it's a fitting one. It wasn't that bad, and instead, I think it was a fitting way to end it. I say that mainly due to the plot. In the first two movies, it was the kid(s) that had to go through the tough adventures, and it was all due to those clumsy adults. But in this final instalment, however, it was time for those adults to go through their own "little" adventure, and that's what I enjoyed the most about this movie. In other words, this movie has a purpose, and it was indeed a good thing that it was made, and it also completes a trilogy which I think goes not only unnoticed but underrated too. I wouldn't say it's good as the previous two instalments, but it's still a good movie nonetheless. You don't have to see the previous movies in order to see this, but if you have seen the other two movies and enjoyed it, but yet to see this one, it makes sense to do so because you won't feel disappointed. What I loved the most about these movies are its titles. Each were similar, yet different, and the plot lived up to it including this one.
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