Written May 16, 2010
An interesting look at babies are influenced by their surroundings and
parents, and visual stimulation. Also apparently how who we are may
be just a part of the fiber of our being...good natured, agile, etc.
If you go, prepare for a quiet movie, and try to be a bit still yourself as
you watch it. Reserve judgment. See how that works for you.
Written May 15, 2010
The family they picked to represent America was pathetic! Other than that, the babies were adorable from all four countries. It was an interesting look at other cultures and no matter what - the one common element was love. In that, we are all equal. Except the dippy American pseudo granola parents from San Francisco. That poor child. She will be in forced therapy at age four.
It is a great movie to take your kids to. My 9 year old daughter loved it. The cinematography was fantastic. I would recommend this to everyone.
Written May 27, 2010
Loved it. Poignant, fascinating, refreshing and full of miracles.
Written May 17, 2010
Cute babies the world over
Written May 18, 2010
I liked the movie, Babies. It would appeal to all age groups. The 4 babies documented were from 4 different parts of the world, but the universality aff babies at different ages came through. i couldn't help but cringe seeing flies on a baby, and seeing cows walk right up to a baby, and dogs licking a baby's face, and babies eating the dirt and using a real bone of some sort as a teether. But the family connection and love for all the babies was clear. the babies' tantrums and milestones were universal, too. It was fun, too after the movie, during the credits, they showed the babies 2 years or so later.