Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

The scientist father of a teenage girl and boy accidentally shrinks his and two other neighborhood teens to the size of insects. Now the teens must fight diminutive dangers as the father searches for them.

Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Wayne Szalinski: Rick Moranis
  • Russell Thompson Sr.: Matt Frewer
  • Diane Szalinski: Marcia Strassman
  • Mae Thompson: Kristine Sutherland
  • Russell Thompson Jr.: Thomas Wilson Brown
  • Ronald Thompson: Jared Rushton
  • Amy Szalinski: Amy O’Neill
  • Nick Szalinski: Robert Oliveri
  • Tommy Pervis: Carl Steven
  • Don Forrester: Mark L. Taylor
  • Gloria Forrester: Kimmy Robertson
  • Dr. Brainard: Lou Cutell
  • (voice): Frank Welker
  • Quark: Sammy (dog)
  • Professor Frederickson: Craig Richard Nelson

Film Crew:

  • Casting: Mike Fenton
  • Casting: Judy Taylor
  • Original Music Composer: James Horner
  • Director of Photography: Hiro Narita
  • Screenplay: Tom Schulman
  • Sound Editor: Scott Martin Gershin
  • Director: Joe Johnston
  • Production Design: Gregg Fonseca
  • Co-Producer: Jon Landau
  • Foley Artist: Ellen Heuer
  • Construction Coordinator: Charles Collum
  • Producer: Penney Finkelman Cox
  • ADR Mixer: Robert Deschaine
  • Makeup Artist: Del Armstrong
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Per Hallberg
  • Story: Stuart Gordon
  • Co-Producer: Brian Yuzna
  • Executive Producer: Thomas G. Smith
  • Stunts: Bob Yerkes
  • Art Direction: Dorree Cooper
  • Set Dresser: Denise Pizzini
  • Editor: Michael A. Stevenson
  • Story: Ed Naha
  • Second Assistant Director: Michele Panelli-Venetis
  • Art Direction: John Iacovelli
  • Costume Design: Carol Brolaski
  • Foley Artist: John Roesch
  • Gaffer: Steven R. Mathis
  • Property Master: Brad Einhorn
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Gregg Rudloff
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: John T. Reitz
  • Stunt Coordinator: Michael Cassidy
  • Sound Designer: Wylie Stateman
  • Foley Mixer: Greg Orloff
  • Music Editor: Jim Henrikson
  • Sound Editor: Chris Hogan
  • Foley Mixer: Carolyn Tapp
  • Storyboard: Rick Moore
  • Storyboard Artist: David Lowery
  • Stunts: Anthony G. Schmidt
  • Script Supervisor: Marilyn Bailey
  • Assistant Sound Editor: William Dotson
  • First Assistant Director: Betsy Magruder
  • Storyboard Artist: Phillip Norwood
  • Production Accountant: Garrison M. Singer
  • Dialogue Editor: Lou Kleinman
  • Stunts: Mickey Cassidy
  • Sound Editor: Mark R. La Pointe
  • Casting: Lynda Gordon
  • Dialogue Editor: George Fredrick
  • Foley Editor: Victor Grodecki
  • Songs: Jeff Pescetto

Movie Reviews:

  • GenerationofSwine: Well, it didn’t age well. At least not the special effects. But, they were more practical than digital and that makes a difference. You get the feeling that the people are actually there when the effects are practical and not digital, and you don’t have that sensation that you are watching other people play a video game like you do with a lot of the digital effects heavy movies these days.

    It’s just, the practical effects weren’t that great and kind of cheap, even in 89, because they figured… kid movie.

    However, it’s still more Family Movie than Kid Movie. It has enough in the way of adventure and fun to appeal to all age groups, and it knows how to keep things clean without dumbing them down… and that is something that a lot of family films do NOT know how to do.

    It has enough where, the only people that don’t like it are the people that need everything deadly serious, and they aren’t going to like much

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