Looking for a baby-sitter for the night, Marc Schaudel entrusts his son Remy to the care of his employee Franck, a straight man. But the thing that Marc doesn't know, is that Franck is getting 30 years old this weekend and that his son Remy is a very capricious child. The next day, Marc and his wife Claire are awakened by a call from the police. Remy and Franck are missing, and the house is totally devastated. The police finds a camera in the leftovers. Marc, Claire and the police start watching the video that has been recorded the day before during the night and find out what happened to Franck and Remy.Written by
Just finished watching Babysitting after a friend told me about it. I honestly expected more from it. He told me I would be laughing the whole movie and that didn't happen. I guess we don't have the same sense of humor. But all in all I did enjoy the movie. There were a couple scenes that made me laugh. Could it have been better? For sure, but then again I saw way worse comedies then Babysitting. And even though I like Gérard Jugnot, especially in his time with the comedy team Le Splendid, in this movie he had a minor role and he's been funnier then that. The movie is fine to watch once, you will probably laugh a couple times, but it's not a masterpiece either.
9 of 21 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this