10 Funny Baby Movies
A list of the 10 funny baby movies remind us how much we laughed at all the antics that went on in these hilarious films. Major actors and actresses were happy to be a part of these funny films and they made an excellent choice because many of these baby movies became classics and earned extremely good money.
"Look Who's Talking" This movie starred John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, George Segal and Bruce Willis as the voice of Mikey. What a cast! "Look Who's Talking" became John Travolta's most successful movie since "Grease." This 1989 comedy resulted in two sequels, "Look Who's Talking Too" in 1990, "Look Who's Talking Now" in 1993 and a television sitcom starring Tony Danza as the baby's voice.
"Three Men and a Baby" This film is another classic. Watching Tom Selleck, Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg hysterically take care of a baby left on their doorstep is quite an experience!
"Junior" Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, this was an unusual movie for someone who is usually a big, strong man! Remember him in this portrayal of a pregnant man?
"Baby Boom" Diane Keaton stars as a busy career woman who suddenly inherits a baby instead of money! Trying to juggle her job along with caring for a baby provides many laughable moments.
"Raising Arizona" Nicholas Cage and Holly Hunter play an ex-con and a policewoman who kidnap a quintuplet because Hunter's character could not have a child. They are pursued by some prison buddies and a bounty hunter. The movie is full of offbeat action as well as heartwarming scenes.
"Honey, I Blew Up the Kid" Here is another offbeat film. Picture a baby who is blown up to around 112 feet tall and all the action that entails!
"Father of the Bride Part II" A sequel starring Steve Martin and Diane Keaton. When his daughter and her husband decide to try for a baby, Steve and Diane's characters end up also having a baby.
"Nine Months" This movie features the popular romantic comedy actor Hugh Grant about a man who panics when he finds out his wife is pregnant, but it is done in a better way than most.
"Baby Mama" Tina Fey's character is a single career woman who tries to turn herself and her baby surrogate into the perfect expectant moms. This romantic comedy also stars Amy Poehler, Sigourney Weaver and Steve Martin.
"Knocked Up" This film was Seth Rogen's first starring role and was an early film for Katherine Heigl. After a one night stand results in a pregnancy, the couple tries to reunite, but they have to cope with him being a slob living with four other guys (includin Paul Rudd's character).