If you were lucky enough to be alive in 1989, then you, too, may distantly recall the magic that was seeing Honey, I Shrunk the Kids when it first premiered in theaters. Back then, the thrill of seeing the world from a bug's-eye view as you watched kids slide down giant blades of grass and ride a huge ant across their own backyard was enough to leave anyone thoroughly mind-blown.
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids was so popular that Disney didn't hesitate to capitalize on its success by making not one, but two more movies in which the characters found themselves inappropriately sized. First, Honey, I Blew Up the Kid was released in 1992. In this sequel, a toddler the size of Godzilla wreaks havoc on Las Vegas. Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves was released in 1997 and featured the parents finally getting a taste of their own medicine.
The third installment only seemed fitting, considering each of the movies' plots were fueled by hilariously bad parenting decisions. Get ready to see the films unfold from a parent's perspective as you take a look at the truly astounding parenting failures throughout the films.
- 118 VOTES
Wayne Repeats All His Mistakes In The Second Movie
- 220 VOTES
Wayne Is A Workaholic Who Neglects His Family
- 316 VOTES
The Parents Never Attempt To Communicate With The Shrunken Kids
- 418 VOTES
A Remote-Controlled Lawn Mower Is Left Unattended In The Yard
- 515 VOTES
Wayne Leaves A Dangerous Shrinking Machine Around The House
- 619 VOTES
Wayne Throws A Temper Tantrum When His Invention Fails