The Boss Baby: Family Business

The Boss Baby: Family Business

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.

  • Released: 2021-07-01
  • Runtime: 107 minutes
  • Genre: Adventure, Animation, Comedy
  • Stars: Alec Baldwin, James Marsden, Amy Sedaris, Jeff Goldblum, Eva Longoria, Lisa Kudrow, Jimmy Kimmel, Ariana Greenblatt, James McGrath, Raphael Alejandro, Serenity Reign Brown, David Soren, Molly K. Gray, Ashlyn Lundahl, Tom McGrath, Reyn Doi, Walt Dohrn, April Lawrence, Miles Bakshi, Marjorie Cohn, Nicholas Gist, Collin Erker, Kristin Lowe, Margie Cohn, Connor Albrecht
  • Director: Tom McGrath
  • natmavila - 10 September 2023
    More Diapers, Less Laughs
    Oh, Boss Baby, you've done it again! And by "it," I mean you've managed to make a sequel that's as baffling as it is bizarre. I watched this movie with my family, and let's just say we had a blast... trying to figure out what on earth was happening.

    First of all, I must commend the filmmakers for their dedication to the diaper theme. From the opening credits to the closing scene, it's like they had a surplus of diapers they needed to use up, and they weren't going to let anything get in their way - not even a coherent plot! The Boss Baby himself is still as charismatic as ever, but this time, he's got more babies than you can shake a rattle at. And I'm not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing.

    Now, let's talk about the humor - or lack thereof. I chuckled a few times, but most of the jokes felt like they were aimed squarely at the under-5 crowd. If you're an adult watching this without kids, be prepared for some serious eye-rolling moments. And don't even get me started on the talking alarm clock - it's like they threw every annoying sound effect into one character. In summary, "Boss Baby 2" is a diaper-filled, joke-deficient adventure that left me questioning my life choices. But hey, at least it kept my kids entertained for a couple of hours!
  • shreyasgopalhegdesmg - 9 July 2022
    I don't know why there are bad reviews for this movie. I haven't watched the Netflix show but I have watched the 1st movie. Personally this 2nd part was soulful, kiddy, cute, nostalgic and enjoyable given to its genre. Good for a fun relaxing watch... I feel the animators of this franchise have done a great job, for the characters, their face expressions, quick complex actions. They feel really memorable....
  • ConnorAsher - 31 January 2022
    Predictable Family Fun with a lot of unnecessary violence
    Honestly... this movie was a lot better than I originally thought it would have been coming in. In fact, it was superior to the first film.

    There was a lot going on in the plot and a larger variety of likable characters. Animation and graphics were top notch with a ton of great characters and designs. The relationship between the family really stood out and helped this movie shine. Particularly with both of the daughter characters and two brothers (whose relationship was the best part of the first film). That aside... story has already been told, nothing out of the ordinary and pretty predictable but still a fun watch overall.

    The villain was very meh. (Did anyone else feel unsettled when you heard Jeff Goldbloom's voice come out of that thing?) And WHY was there SO much unnecessary violence/anarchy? I'm always up for fun, especially to have things that advance the plot but there was so many times where I found myself saying "WHY?!?!" or "Wait...did THAT just REALLY happen?!".