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Known as: Junior
Online Status: Owned on UV
Price at time of addition: Unknown
Category: GENERAL
Rating: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Running Time: 109 minutes
Studio: Universal Studios
Theater Release Date: 1994-11-23
Origional Release Date: 1994-11-23
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 (Widescreen)
Language: English,Spanish
Subtitles: English,Spanish
Dubbed: French
Director: Ivan Reitman
ID: 485
ASIN: 0783230370
UPC: 025192033827
EAN: 9780783230375
Date last watch: 2011-01-01
Date Added: 2010-12-25
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Danny DeVito
Emma Thompson
Frank Langella
Pamela Reed


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Doctors alex hesse and larry arbogast have been working on a drug to ensure healthy pregnancies. The project is canned and they implant a stolen egg in dr. Hesses body. Complications arise when he falls for the researcher they stole the egg from. Studio: Uni Dist Corp. (mca) Release Date: 06/21/2005 Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger Danny Devito Run time: 110 minutes Rating: Pg13 Director: Ivan Reitman

Arnold Schwarzenegger as a pregnant man? The Terminator with cramps and morning sickness? That was all the teasing audiences needed to flock to this 1994 farce, which reunited Arnold with his director and costar from Twins, Ivan Reitman and Danny DeĀ Vito. Reitman had also directed the Austrian muscleman in Kindergarten Cop, and they brought the same breezy quality of those earlier films to this enjoyable fluff, in which Arnold plays a scientist who uses his own body to test a revolutionary new fertility drug. His colleague De Vito talks him into the experiment, which succeeds beyond their wildest expectations when Arnold begins a full-term pregnancy. Emma Thompson offers a wealth of comedic support as the biologist who moves into Schwarzenegger's lab while he's coping with his "maternal" condition, and Pamela Reed (who was also in Kindergarten Cop) adds to the fun as DeĀ Vito's pregnant ex-wife. What's surprising about this mainstream hit is not that it makes the most of its absurd premise, but that it's also sweetly heartwarming in its treatment of role reversal and the joys and pains of pregnancy. It's a good-natured vehicle for a different side of Schwarzenegger's star appeal, and the fact that it works at all is a tribute to Reitman and his cleverly talented cast. --Jeff Shannon
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