Frenetic and forgettable slapstick, BABY ON BOARD fails to give its tired material any fresh twist, relies too heavily on broad ethnic stereotypes, and wastes the talents of its two stars.
In New York City, Maria (Carol Kane), widow of a slain criminal, prepares to shoot the prominent Mafioso who killed her husband. Following him to the airport, she changes her mind at the last minute, but someone bumps into her and she accidentally kills him after all. Her target was the nephew
of Don Carmine (Geza Kovacs), who orders his henchman to execute Maria and her infant girl in retaliation. Maria flags down a cabbie named Ernest (Judge Reinhold), and while being chas...