Three Men and a Baby
Three Men and a Baby
- 1h 42m
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Take three of Hollywood's stars (Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, Ted Danson), add one adorable baby girl, and the result is the funniest blockbuster comedy hit of the year! Three handsome Manhattan bachelors find their dating and mating rituals irreparably damaged when an unexpected new roommate -- complete with crib, pacifier, and dirty diaper -- shows up on their doorstep. This bouncing bundle of joy is anything but joyous -- until the trio's hilarious fathering instincts take over and she becomes "Daddy's Girl" to all three hunks. Blanketed with unexpected story twists and endless laughs, THREE MEN AND A BABY delivers pure enchantment for all!
Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, Ted Danson, Margaret Colin, Celeste Holm, Nancy Travis, Philip Bosco, Paul Guilfoyle, Cynthia Harris, Alexandra Amini, Francine Beers, Michelle Blair, Lisa Blair, Barbara Budd, Michael Burgess, Claire Cellucci, Eugene Clark, Derek de Lint, Michele Duquet, David Ferry, David Foley, Earl Hindman, Mario Joyner, Gary Klar, Christine Kossak, Joe Lynn, Edward D. Murphy, Jacqueline Murphy, Colin Quinn, Thomas Quinn, Jackie Richardson, John Gould Rubin, Camilla Scott, Daniele Scott, Sharolyn Sparrow, Louise Vallance, Jonathan Whitaker
© 1987 Touchstone Pictures
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Critics Consensus: The American remake of the popular French comedy mostly works a charm under the combined talents of the three leads, who play nicely against type -- although forced plot elements and sentimentality at times dampen the fun.
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Dated '80s comedy has sex, stereotypes, cursing.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Three Men and a Baby is a 1987 movie in which three devil-may-care bachelors must learn to take care of a baby left on their doorstep. The movie opens with a montage of women arriving at and leaving the bachelor pad shared by the three main characters, with the clear implication that they're not there to deliver cookies. The bachelors sleep around, talk of the sex they've had or are having with women. The baby (abandoned by its mother) was the product of one such fling. Sexual insinuation -- woman hints at the size of her boyfriend's penis. Dr. Ruth shown on television talking about women having orgasms. In relation to a heroin-smuggling subplot, some violence regarding a drug dealer is discussed but not seen. It's implied that the heroes and baby are in danger. The entire premise of the movie rests on the assumption that women are somehow natural parents while men must learn. Some drinking and drunkenness -- especially at a party thrown in the apartment the three men share. Profanity throughout the movie including "bulls--t," "s--t," and "d--khead."
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- Genre:Comedy, Drama, Family
- Release Date:November 25, 1987
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
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