Baby Bink is out on the town for the day, visiting wondrous places and seeing fantastic sights. The only problem is, he is traveling alone! Frantically hunted by his mother and turned into a celebrity by the media, Baby Bink stays one step ahead of a trio of bumbling con artists eager to collect the reward money being offered by his wealthy parents.
Only a mother or a certified baby-phile could love this John Hughes comedy (he wrote and coproduced it). Aside from that endorsement, the diaper starts to stink. Baby Bink is kidnapped by three inept crooks, but the child escapes from their hideaway, leading to a chase through the city. Bink's journey follows the story line of his favorite bedtime book, Baby's Day Out, and he goes to a zoo, a construction site, and a retirement center. Hughes is following his accountant's favorite bedtime tale, "Let's rewrite Home Alone again," but with very little of the humor or impact of that smash. A number of scenes center on the crushing or incineration of Joe Mantegna's groin, not exactly family-fare yuks. There are some moments of levity with the crooks and a gorilla. --Keith Simanton --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
You don't need to be parents of a little one to enjoy this film. It is fun for the entire family and all generations and plus the baby is just plain cute!Published 18 months ago by Mark Feuer
Love this movie!
Saw it at a young age, and now watch it with my nephews under 3 years old, and they also love it!
Great movie for all the family! Cute, funny and even touching. The adventures of 3 bandits who kidnapped a baby and keep losing it (him).Published 23 months ago by lucesunshine1
considering it was a gift, I judge from the response it generated that it is/was a good movie, clear and correct in every way.Published on March 8 2013 by Arthur Waite
This is a family favorite. We loved it when our kids were small and still can apprieciate it now. Very funny and although a kids dvd the parents can get a kick out of it also. Read morePublished on April 3 2009 by Patricia M. Waddell