These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Food Porn: Come on, tell me you didn't drool when they started eating that giant Oatmeal Cream pie...
"Funny Aneurysm" Moment: The episode from the TV series in which Owen and Bret Hart guest star is kind of depressing and awkward to watch now in light of Owen's accidental death from a stunt gone wrong and Bret's stroke (facilitated by the concussions that forced him into retirement from wrestling).
Moral Event Horizon: Near the end of Honey, I Blew Up The Kid, Dr. Hendrickson plans to shoot Adam with tranquilizer darts from a helicopter. As they're currently in downtown Las Vegas, the copter pilot protests that if one of the darts hits the giant baby Adam, there's a chance he might fall into the gathered crowd. Then Dr. Hendrickson crosses the line with one statement:
Dr. Hendrickson: Well, we'll just have to hope that doesn't happen.
Nausea Fuel: For years, this troper believed the muddy "river" was actually runny dog poop, thanks to hearing the line "it could be a stream of dog pee and it would look like a river to us" in a crowded theatre and hearing only the part about dog pee, thinking he said "dog poop". The scene where it comes out of Amy's mouth kept me up nights for weeks after first seeing it. Apparently I missed the line "mud is still mud, no matter how small you are."
Nightmare Fuel: The entire scorpion sequence from the first movie, as well as poor Nick almost being eaten by his father.
Paranoia Fuel: You'll never eat your breakfast the same way again.
Sequelitis: Neither of the two sequels was anywhere near as popular as the first, although some fans consider Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves to be a Surprisingly Improved Sequel compared to Honey, I Blew Up The Kid.
Suspiciously Similar Song: The instrumental theme of the first movie includes an obvious pastiche of Raymond Scott's "Powerhouse B", to the point that Scott's estate sued (and latter settled with Disney) because of the similarity.
Adam's almost hurt by the tranquilizers and being hurt by the electricity from the Hard Rock Cafe guitar prop the tranquilizer hit made Adam cry. So much that even the crowd, who were moments ago afraid of Adam, become concern and worried for him. It also drove people to tears as well.