After inadvertently shrinking his children in 1989, inventor Wayne Szalinski is at it again. This time, Wayne's baby, Adam, wanders in front of his enlargement ray. Confronted by his wife, Wayne admits: "HONEY, I BLEW UP THE KID." Comic complications abound when Adam's growth skyrockets. The best family film of 1992, HONEY, I BLEW UP THE KID unfolds with brilliant execution, editing and acting performances, and presents a pro-family scenario featuring three powerful moral lessons: (1) children need moms and dads; (2) only parents have the responsibility for their children; and, (3) the world needs people who are different (even "nerdy" geniuses like Wayne).
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