Watch Baby's Day Out
- 1 hr 39 min
Baby's Day Out is a 1994 family comedy movie directed by Patrick Read Johnson. The cast of the film includes Lara Flynn Boyle, Joe Mantegna, Joe Pantoliano, Brian Haley, and Cynthia Nixon. The film follows the adventures of a baby named Bink, who while trying to escape from his kidnappers, stumbles onto adventure after adventure in the city. The story is set in Chicago, and the movie opens with Baby Bink living a comfortable life with his wealthy parents. The baby is the center of their attention and is doted on by three different nannies. However, his parents are preoccupied with their social lives, and they do not give much thought to the possibility of kidnapping. The plot takes an unexpected turn when three conmen, Eddie, Norby, and Veeko, come up with a plan to kidnap Baby Bink and hold him for ransom. They pose as photographers and con their way into the baby's house, where they take several pictures of him for his parents' album, and then kidnap him. While in their custody, the kidnappers mishandle Bink and lose him while trying to escape. Bink quickly crawls out of the car and begins exploring the city as the three kidnappers panic and try to find him. Bink's adventures take him through the bustling streets of Chicago, from rides on a city bus to trips through a train station and a museum, and encounters with various people including a kind-hearted ice-cream vendor and a sympathetic zoo-keeper. His innocent and adventurous behavior makes him popular around the city, with many people lending a helping hand as he navigates his way through. Meanwhile, his parents hire an eccentric private investigator, played hilariously by Joe Mantegna, to find the baby, but they are not satisfied. They storm the police station and demand that the officers take their child's disappearance more seriously. The film reaches a thrilling climax as Bink finally reunites with his parents, but not before taking his kidnappers on a wild goose chase around the city. In the end, the villains get arrested, and Baby Bink returns to his life of luxury, completely oblivious to the adventure he had just experienced. Overall, Baby's Day Out is a charming and delightful comedy, filled with unexpected surprises and heartwarming moments. The film's childlike sense of adventure, combined with its slapstick humor, makes it an enjoyable experience for both children and adults alike.