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  • Actors: Lara Flynn Boyle, Joe Mantegna, Joe Pantoliano, Brian Haley, Cynthia Nixon
  • Directors: Patrick Read Johnson
  • Writers: John Hughes
  • Producers: Bill Ryan, John Hughes, Richard Vane, William S. Beasley
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Fox Video (Canada) Limited
  • Release Date: Dec 14 2004
  • Run Time: 99 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005RT3K
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #63,282 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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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.

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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.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Deborah Earle on Sept. 4 2001
Format: VHS Tape
If I were in the shoes of the three thugs who kidnapped Baby Bink, I wouldn't want anyone to know how I was foiled by a nine-month-old, especially one who helped put me behind bars.
This is a hilariously funny movie about a wealthy couple(Lara Flynn Boyle, Matthew Glave), whose precious baby is kidnapped all because Mrs. Cotwell wanted her son's photo in the newspapers. The thugs disguise themselves as photographers and trick her into leaving them alone with her son. But in the hilarity that follows, Baby Bink proves that he is not so helpless as he leads his captors on a wild goose chase around Chicago.
The whole family can watch this movie together,with great scenes of Chicago, and a wonderfully acted morality tale showcased in one of the best ways possible.-- Through the eyes of a child.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robin M Goffinet on July 5 2004
Format: VHS Tape
When baby Bink is kidnapped by three bumbling kidnappers posing as baby photographers, he manages to escape from their hideout and do all the things mentioned in his favorite story book.
Always one step ahead of his would be captives, he leads them through parks, construction sites and an ape house at the zoo. The best part of all is when they finally get their hands on him just as the cops come up to ask about their vehicle. Trying to hide baby Bink under his coat, Eddie gets a little warm downstairs. By the time the cops leave and he is able to remove his coat from his lap, he is on fire. His buddy stomps him out again and again ("THAT is how you put out campfires")
I laughed so hard at this movie I was crying. Not really for children, but a great comedy for teens and adults.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Janeau on Nov. 28 2003
Format: DVD
I bought this video when my son was 3 (8 years ago), my kids and I watch it a few times every year. It's so worn that I just bought the DVD. It's our family all-time classic next to the Lion King. The humour reaches both adults and kids (all ages), we laugh like crazy!
A definite recommendation for all...
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Format: DVD
Ok, then, let's start with the fact that Leonard Maltin thought this is a bomb. He didn't like the cartoonish aspect of it, which John Hughes originally used in his "Home Alone" series, or the fact that John Hughes repeated himself.
I view it differently. I see it as John Hughes creating a Kubrick-esque final statement on live cartoons. The film is hilarious at moments, even after watching it several times. The most amazing thing is the performance of the two young principals, the Worton twins. The director, by whatever magic, manages to infuse the "Baby Bink" performances with wit, and a significant tongue-in-cheek aspect. Yes, the gonads on fire joke is a bit on the nose, but the way John Hughes takes it to the extreme of this movie, who would dare to try and top that? And how could you even accomplish such a feat?
In any event, this movie is a delight. And if you are curious about the process of making it, including some of the most incredible stunts performed by none other than Vern "Mini-Me" Troyer (uncredited as an actor, but mentioned on several occasions by the director in the commentary), listen to the commentary and laugh about the process, too!
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Format: VHS Tape
I recently bought this video for my 6 year old daughter. We rented this video from a video store about 2 months ago and she loved it. So when we were at a garage sale a week ago I saw it for 2 dollars and got it for her. Little did I know that this was not the same version I had seen before. From what I understand this is how it works. Some sick person goes in and finds a kids movie, he finds people who look similar to the actors, he then takes the script to the movie and alters it to make a very disturbing movie. Here are just some of the changes for one in this version "bink" has a twin brother "blink" who gets kidnapped by the smae people that bink did. They take both babies and demand a ransom for them just like in the original movie. But then it all changes, they decide that they don't get the money fast enough so the brutally decapitate one of the babies and bathe naked in it's blood. After that they leave the corpse of the baby in a trash bag on the parents front steps. Did I forget to mention they brutally execute the real baby photographers. I do not know how this version ends and frankly I do not want to know. I immeadiately burned this version and started to look for the sick people who would do somthing like this. So far i have had no luck. You can tell the differenc between the real and the child snuff film beacuse most likely you will not find the real one for they are very hidden and probably have to be specially ordered. I tried to contacted the people at the garage sale and they said they had no idea it was any different. The "child-snuff" films will have a black lining on the inside and a rating of "none given".
I do not dislike Baby's Day Out I just think it should be known that movies like this exsist.
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Format: VHS Tape
The star of this delicious comedy is that darling infant. Of course, Joe Mantegna was so funny but I keep seeing him as a gangster instead of an ordinary child kidnapper.
And how nice to see Fred Thompson actually smile (for once). My neighbor suggested this video to me and I pressured the public library to get it -- as I needed a laugh, bad.
Watching this, I couldn't mope. Watching all the adventures of the story book come true was too too cool. It looked like Chicago as the setting.
So that's where the producers of the first TOY STORY got that idea of crossing a busy avenue dodging oncoming traffic. But that took some doing with the truck actually going over the active boy. Some special effects!
And that scene with Joe M. hanging from the shut down machinery of a high rise building during construction reminded me of Doris Day in MIDNIGHT LACE.
This was a laughable film -- in every way. Look for it at the video stores or better yet, buy it from Amazon.com
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