New York Times - 07/01/1994
"...The most refreshing thing about BABY'S DAY OUT may be its absolute absurdity....[A] soap bubble of a movie with a slapstick heart..."
USA Today - 07/01/1994
"...The watercolor-hued sets are a pleasant nostalgia trip..."
Three inept kidnappers pursue an unbelievably agile toddler through the mean streets of Chicago in this slapstick romp from producer John Hughes, in the tradition of HOME ALONE and Road Runner cartoons.
Comedy about "Baby Bink," an infant who is kidnapped by three bumbling idiots. Unfortunately for the abductors, they manage to lose Bink even before they've had the chance to pick up the ransom. As Bink's parents, the police, and the kidnappers try to find the missing baby before it's too late, Bink unwittingly crawls in and out of hair-raising situations... always managing a happy last-minute escape.