Alamo Kids Camp


Director Joe Johnston
Year 1989
Starring Rick Moranis, Matt Frewer, Marcia Strassman
Rating PG
Run Time 93min
Age Policy

18 and up; Children 3 and up will be allowed only with a parent or guardian. No children under the age of 3 will be allowed and families with loud children will be asked to leave.

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Alamo Kids Camp will run during Spring Break at our Slaughter, Village and Lakeline Alamo locations in Austin. Like our Winter series, your $1 admission to Spring Break Kids Camp will help our neighbors, because all ticket money will be donated 100% to one of three local nonprofits: Multicultural Refugee Coalition (Village), Any Baby Can (Slaughter), and Literacy Coalition of Central Texas (Lakeline).

Admission is still on a first come, first serve basis and tickets must be purchased at the box office the day of the event.  We hope you'll join us for a low-cost holiday movie that also supports some great local causes.

We all know that in terms of wild and vivid cinematic imagination, the 1980s represented the apex of all creative endeavors anywhere, at anytime: past, present, or utopian future. Never has this been more instantly recognizable than in HONEY I SHRUNK THE KIDS, where the modern, mundane world suddenly becomes gargantuan and totally mystifying. Wayne Szalinski (Rick Moranis) is a proud father of two and scientist on the verge of a major discovery, the ability to miniaturize people and things to insect-like proportions. What is the exact purpose of his scientific endeavor? Well, it’s not entirely clear, but when his son and daughter accidentally zap themselves into miniatures, their backyard becomes an untamed jungle and the fight for survival begins. How do you tell your wife that your big breakthrough invention might have endangered the lives of your wonderfully precious children? You just look her in the eye and say, “Honey, I shrunk the kids.” 

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