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Screwball suburban inventor Moranis reverses his shrinking process and this time manages to enlarge his two-year-old into a 112-foot giant who gets bigger every time he comes in contact with electricity. Yikes! Loaded with great special effects, this is a charming and funny film that's fit for the whole family. Sequel to "Honey I Shrunk the Kids."

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Available on Running time 89 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Inventors & Inventions, Giants, Disney Family Movies, Family Comedy, Comedy Sci-Fi, Viva Las Vegas!
Screenplay
Thom Eberhardt, Garry Goodrow
Cast
Rick Moranis, Marcia Strassman, Robert Oliveri, Daniel Shalikar, Joshua Shalikar, Lloyd Bridges, John Shea, Keri Russell, Gregory Sierra, Julia Sweeney, Kenneth Tobey, Peter Elbling
Director
Randal Kleiser
Music
Bruce Broughton
Producer
Touchstone Pictures, Edward S. Feldman

Visitor Reviews

Honey, I Blew Up the Kid
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Nicholle

I used to love watching this movie when I was a kid. Wayne Szalinski is still trying to experiment with his inventions. Instead of shrinking things again, he has machine made to make things grow huge. He brings his sons Nick and Adam to see his invention and the machine zaps Adam accidentally. Now, Adam keeps growing and growing and growing, along with his toy bunny rabbit. Every time Adam comes near electricity he gets taller and taller. He’s now as big as building. My favorite part of the movie is when Adam starts walking through Las Vegas. That would be hilarious to see if that was real.