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The Boss Baby: Family Business

The Boss Baby: Family Business
The Boss Baby: Family Business
The Boss Baby: Family Business
  • PG
  • 1h 45m
  • 2021
Common Sense Media Iconage 6+
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How many Boss Babies can one family hold? He may be a big-shot moneyman now, but Ted Templeton flashes back to his Boss Baby past when he and his brother Tim renew their rivalry and make a shocking discovery! Turns out, Tim's infant daughter Tina inherited Uncle Ted's job as an undercover BabyCorp agent. She's on a secret mission to stop an evil plan to turn babies into brats, and she needs both brothers to help! Ted and Tim now have to turn back into kids for a hilariously outrageous adventure that reminds them of the true power of family!
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score

Critics Consensus: It's more C-level than C-suite, but as a painless diversion for the kids, this Boss Baby manages some decent Family Business.
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Common Sense Media

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Common Sense Says
Sibling-themed sequel will entertain young fans; mild peril.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that The Boss Baby: Family Business is the sequel to 2017's The Boss Baby -- both of which are loosely based on Marla Frazee's picture books. Adult brothers Tim (now voiced by James Marsden) and Ted Templeton (still Alec Baldwin) are once again lured into a Baby Corp. mission and must work through their differences to defeat a dangerous new villain. The series continues to emphasize the value of family, teamwork, and communication. But, also as in the original, there are potentially frightening moments of peril/conflict, including chases, some destruction, mild bullying among kids at a competitive school, and fight scenes between babies (some of whom are, questionably, dressed as ninjas). The plot also includes a disturbing case of mass hypnotism and mind control. There's a bit of potty and crying-baby humor, as well as a fixation on one character's obsession with sweets/sugar. Characters occasionally use words like "butt," "sucks," "heck," and "what the frittata." In one brief moment, a pair of kids accidentally see/show their baby genitals (off camera) and scream in comical horror. Several lines are clearly aimed at adults, since they include references to movies like Gladiator, Shawshank Redemption, Terminator, Lord of the Rings, etc.

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The parents’ guide to what’s in this movie.
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Additional Info

  • Genre:Comedy, Family
  • Release Date:March 26, 2021
  • Languages:English, Spanish
  • Captions:English, Spanish
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  • Screen Pass Eligible:No
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