IBJ Movie Night: 'Babies'

Win passes to a sneak preview

May 5, 2010
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I’ve got passes for a screening of the movie “Babies” at Keystone Arts Cinema. 

That's the crowd-pleasing documentary that the critic for Variety called it “refreshing in its methods, impressive in its scope and remarkable in its immediacy.” Details on the film here.

It looks like a wonderful early Mother's Day excursion.

Want to go?

Just post below with your favorite movie baby AND e-mail me at lharry@ibj.com. I'll contact winners until the passes run out.

The screening is Thursday, May 6, so winners will need their passes from IBJ's office by 2 p.m. Thursday. Only enter if you (or a friend) can pick them up by then.

Good luck.

  • Who else?
    Rosemary's baby, of course!
  • Who doesn't love Babies?
    My favorite movie baby was Babe. Hey, you didn't specify "human" babies. And Babe was as adorable as any bald-headed, fat-cheeked infant!
  • so cute
    Julie! The baby girl in Look Who's Talking Too - all time favorite movie baby.
  • Babies!
    The baby in Baby Boom is adorable and I enjoyed Diane Keaton's role as well.
  • babies
    I think my favorite baby was the son in Jerry Maguire, Ray. He wasn't exactly a baby, but he was so innocent and adorable!
  • Oh Baby...
    The baby in Look Who's Talking - I think his name was Mikey and the little guy was hilarious...
  • Babies
    Not yet a move ibaby, but should be one soon... the E-Trade commercial baby. Love the shankapotomous line!
  • Oscar
    I think one of the cutest babies was Oscar from Ghostbusters 2. The movie wasn't as cute as the baby, but I hear Ghostbuster 3 is in production!
  • Best Babies
    I know "best" is totally subjective, but I think we can all agree that we shouldn't argue with the dead and I think it was the multi-talented Patrick Swayze who said, "nobody puts Baby in the corner".

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