Science Fiction • PG • 1999 • 1 hr 37 min
Just because it’s for kids doesn’t mean a movie has to be dumb - and this is really REALLY dumb. You can do better.
Beyond stupid, makes you feel uncomfortable for the duration of the film
Its placement on IMDB’s worst rated films of all time is well deserved.
Every bad feeling you could have, I had it. -Kurtis Conner
Terribly cringy but also surprisingly funny and entertaining? Do not watch if you are disturbed by the concept of babies being geniuses.
This website has given this movie a 1 out of 100 based on my taste. That's the most accurate it's ever been.
Only watch this ironically or high off of some drug.
Stupid and horrible. There's a thousand better children movies, stay away from this one.
A boring, trite movie, that will even do a pour job of keeping a non-genuis baby interested.
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