"Honey! I Shrunk The Kids"? movie: Would you want to look at the world from a birds view?
I think it would be majestic, but only if I were somewhere in the wild, somewhere where I would be able to roam free. The thrill of soaring through the sky and diving down to a lake to catch a jumping fish (eating it wouldn't be a dream of mine, just the catching of it)-- I think that would be excellent.
Question about laws of physics and accuracy pertaining to the move "HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS"?
If an Ant or a fly or a mosquito is moving in front of you, and they are not in different time zone so parents would not be in different time zone too,both are respected to same time zone thats why they all also in same time zone.
By special theory of relativity, length also effects on time but according to formula, there should be much difference. It not possible in macro-world, only micro-world can take an effect.
Girls, if your EX permanently shrunk down to 2-inches tall (like on Honey, I shrunk the kids)?
Since you put this in the Poetry section
I would have to do something creative
Like say "What you doing on that floor"
Then gently sweep him out the door.
Not to be neglected - and seen nevermore
But to cut the lawn - which now is a big chore ♥
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids or Honey I Blew Up the Kid?
Honey, I Shrunk The Kids is the one I'd choose first. Honey, I Blew Up The Kid was cute, and I used to watch it a lot when I was younger, but the first one was the best.
I DID NOT like Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves which came out straight to video. That wasn't very good. Oh, and then you had Honey, I Shrunk The Audience here at Disney World's Epcot that I experienced several times. That was pretty fun when it first came out. :)
Did you watch Honey, I Shrunk the Kids growing up?
Yes! i saw all the movies, I think the first one was Honey I Blew up The Kid (the dad made his son big, lol, his son was a toddler!), and I saw Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, and I saw Honey We Shrunk Ourselves (that one was funny because the kids thought their parents weren't around and they had a party, but their parents were really tiny).
Are the new 3-d movies like avatar like the honey I shrunk the kids 3-d show in Florida?
I've never seen that 3D show in Florida, but it's not like the red and blue glasses anymore, no 3D really is anymore. The new 3D doesn't use the red and blue filaments anymore. They use a type of light filtration so the glasses aren't colored, they are just gray-like. Also, the effects are less about coming off the screen and more about making the screen look deeper and more layered. They are trying to give more a real life view on screen where when you look at it, you don't just see everything on one plane. However, they thankfully still do have those moments when things come off the screen and, when they do, they are much more vivid, clear and realistic. Be prepared to catch yourself ducking. :)
These are the top 3 I use. They are all streaming. The 2nd one, movies come in sections so if you dont mind that, it is still a good site.
there's only two i can think of off the top of my head from willy wonka.
first is when augustus is sucked up into the pipe. he either gets pushed up the pipe by a underwater pump that he somehow didn't get chopped up by, or he gets sucked up by a pump. assuming he gets sucked up, when he's stuck, the pump would suck out most of the air in the pipe while attempting to undo the clog. with most of the air gone, you wouldn't be able to hear him yell from inside the pipe. there's no equation, but you can't hear a noise in a vacuum.
second, when charlie and his grandfather get the fizzy lifting drink. in order for something to float in air the way they do, it has to be less dense than air. in order to be less dense than air, it has to either lose mass or gain volume, by the equation density= mass*volume. neither charlie or his grandfather show any gain in volume, and they actually gained mass by drinking the fizzy lifting drink. though it is accurate that by burping up the stuff they started to fall (lost volume) they didn't show an appreciable gain to be lighter than air.