Baby's Day Out

Born to go wild
Born to go wild
D: Patrick Read Johnson
20th Century Fox (John Hughes & Richard Vane)
USA 🇺🇸 1994
98 mins
W: John Hughes
DP: Thomas Ackerman
Ed: David Rawlins
Mus: Bruce Broughton
PD: Doug Kramer
Joe Mantegna (Eddie Mauser), Lara Flynn Boyle (Laraine Cotwell), Joe Pantoliano (Norbert LeBlaw), Brian Haley (Victor Riley)
Fresh from the success of Home Alone comes another John Hughes written comedy about a juvenile getting the better of a bunch of dumb criminals when the baby's thirst for adventure takes him into the hustle and bustle of the big city.
It's nowhere near as a funny as Home Alone, but it is still quite entertaining seeing three idiots being outwitted by an infant. A little gloopy in places, but a relatively enjoyable family film.

Baby's Day Out
Baby's Day Out
Did You Know:
Although he normally did not enjoy films which show children or infants in danger, Gene Siskel gave this movie a "thumbs up" while Roger Ebert disliked the movie, and told Siskel he should be ashamed of himself. Their sharp disagreement has since become a popular Internet video.