MR. NANNY Add To My Top 10
Release Date: October 08, 1993
Runtime: Approximately 100 minutes
Distributor: New Line Cinema
Director: Michael Gottlieb
Writer: Edward Rugoff & Michael Gottlieb
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This film loses focus and spends too much time on violence and malicious tricks by the young children. The movie starts with a recurring nightmare of a wrestling match containing beatings, scary costumes and leering faces. Even the cook dishes up violence, going after Mr. Nanny with a huge meat cleaver, a pan and a large metal rod. Although both children and adults utter foul language, the film does not have any sexual situations or nudity. The message is clear that children need love and discipline. Nevertheless, this movie continues the genre of the spoiled, bratty children with little respect for anyone, and the gratuitous violence and crude language spoil its meager merits.