The Templeton brothers — Tim and his Boss Baby little bro Ted — have become adults and drifted away from each other. But a new boss baby with a cutting-edge approach and a can-do attitude is about to bring them together again … and inspire a new family business.
Uploaded by: FREEMAN September 03, 2022 at 10:46 PM
Honestly, I didn't have as much fun as the first part.
I thought it was going to be more creative, but actually it became more real and less funny, which I don't need while watching an animation movie.
Reviewed by SnoopyStyle5 / 10
Tim is now a father to two girls. He doesn't talk to his baby brother Ted who is very rich and successful. He's worried that he's losing his 7 year old Tabitha. He discovers that baby Tina is working for Babycorp. There is a problem and they need help from Ted. Babycorp has created a new formula to de-age people for 48 hours. They want Ted to return to his baby self despite not remembering being a baby agent. Tim insists on joining the mission and also drinks the formula.
It's a mistake to make Tim and Ted adults in this movie. It also pushes this world forward in time. There is no need to age up the characters. The original surprised me with its charm. Most of that charm has to do with the baby world being completely outside of the adults' understanding. It's a fun concept and there is no reason to change that. It's certainly unnecessary to attach this father-daughter emotional drama. Maybe the franchise runners are having some mid-life crisis. The franchise was fine with its original concept. This movie leaves the story rather a muddle. It should be simpler than this.
Reviewed by nogodnomasters8 / 10
Do the Time Warp Again
The beginning is slow for the first 20 minutes for character introductions and plot set up. The Boss Baby is now an adult and the brothers have drifted apart. Tim has his own Boss Baby, but does not know it. There is something up at the local school for gifted children. Tina (our new boss baby) revert Ted and Tim to their younger selves in infiltrate the school.
The film has very strong pro-family message. I loved the sound track which included some classic rock tunes . There were remarks that boss baby had a "big head" which I took as a friendly dig at Alec Baldwin. There were also some old pop culture items in the film kids won't get such as a reference to Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots. Also product placements. I like it when something obscure happens in the beginning that then comes into play. Nice to see Jeff Goldman is alive. I had him listed as dead.
They tell each other to "suck it" a lot. Something that wasn't acceptable when I was growing up.