The Boss Baby

2017

Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

546
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 52%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 54%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 89667

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Steve Buscemi as Francis Francis
Alec Baldwin as Boss Baby
Lisa Kudrow as Mom
Tobey Maguire as Adult Tim / Narrator
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1hr 37 min
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1hr 37 min
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1hr 37 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ElliesWonder 8 / 10

Breathtaking cute!

Pro:Cute. Con:none

SO ADORABLE. I am money worshipper (just kidding), love baby boss's expensive suit and watch, love all money throwing, and handle things with tickets.

The mature voice of baby boss and his baby body full of millions of stark contrasts! Just like the little gangsta fox from Zootopia. Also the ending screen is so cute, new baby boss coming!

Reviewed by obiegimmie 2 / 10

'The Boss Baby:' A Disorganized and Scattered Film Unsure of Its Purpose

"The Boss Baby" is a 2017 20th Century Fox animated comedy based off of a book of the same name by Marla Frazee. It is directed by Tom McGrath ("Madagascar"), with a screenplay by Michael McCullers ("Baby Mama"). The music is by Hans Zimmer ("Lion King") and Steve Mazzaro; the editing by James Ryan; and production by Ramsey Ann Naito. It stars Alec Baldwin ("30 Rock"), Steve Buscemi ("Armageddon"), Miles Bakshi, Jimmy Kimmel ("Jimmy Kimmel Live!"), Lisa Kudrow ("Friends"), and Tobey Maguire ("Spiderman"). It was announced June 12, 2014 and, after multiple incidents in which its release was delayed, was finally cinematically released March 31, 2017 (USA). "The Boss Baby"'s budget totaled at $125 million, and internationally, it profited $366 million. It runs for 1 hour, 37 minutes (97 minutes total) and is rated PG. Now to the review:

Young Tim Templeton (Miles Christopher Bakshi; adult narrator voiced by Toby Maguire) is introduced to us as a frequent dreamer; in fact, the animation style changes when the film is switching to one of his imaginings. Tim is doted one by his parents (Jimmy Kimmel and Lisa Kudrow). However, things take a turn when his obviously pregnant mother announces that Tim is about to have a baby brother. We now see a baby (Alec Baldwin) exiting a sleek limo and doing some strange dance. Why, if the mother was pregnant, is the baby clearly being transported by some otherworldly means? Are the parents in the limo? And if so, why don't we see them entering the house as well? Tim quickly learns that the baby has business-like tendencies, and that he was assigned to become a "Boss Baby" rather than grow up like everyone else. His objective is scattered; Tim's parents, who work for a puppy manufacturer, have access to a disclosed, yet potentially earth-shattering ForeverPuppy. Boss Baby must break into the Puppy Headquarters, steal the ForeverPuppy plans, and then return them to Baby Co. If he doesn't, he will get fired, thus turned into a regular baby that will remain in Tim's life for good. Tim, who obviously wants to be rid of Boss Baby, reluctantly agrees to help on his mission IF he agrees to never enter Tim's life or family again.

+ Some of the concepts are interesting; (being replaced by a younger sibling), and are lightly touched on.

+ The animation, while not Disney-level, is colorful and entertaining.

+ It will likely please young kids.

+ There are a few funny moments.

  • The plot does not make sense.


  • It becomes confusing for the watcher to separate Tim's fantasies from reality.


  • The villain is weak; and his backstory does not make sense.


2/10

20%

F-

Reviewed by gameovais-826-456798 3 / 10

A mish mash of ideas.

I wasn't expecting a classic when I sat down to watch The Boss Baby, but I did expect to be entertained in the same way I was when watching other animated movies.

Unfortunately this movie disappoints in many ways. The whole story is very complex and makes little to no sense at all. I really think the voice chosen for The Boss Baby is not correct, they should have gone for a higher pitched younger man perhaps. The movie is quite short, under 100 mins, yet for me it did drag on.

The animation is colourful and up there with the best of them, but if the story is so confused then that counts for little.

There were a few funny moments, so I won't give it a completely rubbish rating.

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