115 minutes


Action and Adventure, Comedy, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Thriller



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Energetic performances and great special effects make this manic sci-fi comedy from the director of The Hole and Gremlins a really fun ride. In an irrepressibly zany plot, wise-cracking Navy test pilot Tuck Pendleton volunteers for a dangerous medical experiment, involving being miniaturized inside a submarine-like craft and injected into a rabbit. But everything goes horribly wrong when thieves attack the lab, and unfortunate Tuck winds up floating around the body of hypochondriac grocery store worker, Jack. With Tuck's vessel also quickly running out of oxygen, it’s naturally down to Jack to go against his own timid personality and save the day. First though, he needs an ally to help locate the stolen shrinking technology - Tuck's estranged, and consequently, peeved, girlfriend, Lydia.


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Contains occasional mild language, violence and sex references

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