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Three Men and a Baby (1987) Movie Information

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Overall Rank:

7990

Avg. Rating:

2.41/4

# of Ratings:

145

Genres:

Comedy, Family

Rating:

PG

Language:

English

Theater Date:

11/25/1987

Director:

Leonard Nimoy

Actors:

Tom Selleck
Steve Guttenberg
Ted Danson
Nancy Travis
Margaret Colin
Alexandra Amini

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

Three bachelor friends have the ideal life of fun and freedom. They find their world turned upside down when a baby is left on their doorstep. -- serioussir

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Typically contrived and lame Hollywood rom com with a cast of TV has-beens churning out the usual nappy jokes.

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Pretty much what you expect, from the title. Not bad.

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I thought this was a great movie when it first came out.

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Cute without being unbearable. Three popular 80s actors together on screen that work remarkably well together. It has its moments, but isn't what I would call a classic 80s film. Still, you could do much worse.

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serioussir 05/08/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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A cute comedy, this movie provides laughs, tears, and some touching moments. Although the drugdealer side-plot is silly, Selleck, Guttenberg and Danson give good performances and make this film worth a look.

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08/03/2007 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Back in the 80's Steve Guttenberg, Tom Selleck, and Ted Danson were all fairly well known celebrities. Today they don't seem to be making nearly as many waves in the film waters. This movie was a good family picture. It was a remake of a French film under the same title (only in French). The premise is that all 3 men are roommates , Steve Guttenberg's character Michael is an artist, Tom Selleck plays a construction worker named Peter, and Ted Danson's character, Jack, is an actor and he is off shooting a new fillm. One day they awake to find that a child has been left at their front door, its from an ex-girlfriend of Jack who says that she cannot raise Mary, and is leaving her to be raised with him because she would be better off. The remainder of the movie is the 3 men doing their best t...

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