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BOSS BABY: THE FAMILY BUSINESS, THE (DIGITAL/DVD)

What to know: With new adventures and new characters, but the same shenanigans, this is a film you won't want to miss.
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Recommended age 7-18
107 minutes
TV
DREAMWORKS - LA
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The Boss Baby is back in business...family business. With new adventures and new characters, but the same shenanigans, this is a film you won't want to miss. If you enjoyed the first movie you will enjoy this sequel too.

The Boss Baby: Family Business is about grown-up Tim (James Marsden) with his two kids and a grown-up Ted (Alec Baldwin) who is a big-time CEO. They come across a magical formula that transforms them into babies for 48 hours. They join Tim's secret-agent daughter and go undercover to prevent an evil genius from turning all toddlers into horrible brats.

At the end of the last film, we got a cliffhanger that leads viewers into the plot of this film. We see a baby in a suit, which helps build the audience's excitement about what this sequel has in store. The plot of The Boss Baby: Family Business is fun and exciting because it focuses on a couple of different things at once. Tim and Ted are rebuilding their brotherly bond and working together to stop world domination. Tim is figuring out his relationship with his daughter Tabitha (Ariana Greenblatt) and the whole family is learning to recognize how important it is to come together. It's a story that is heartwarming and funny at the same time. My favorite character in this film is Baby Tina (Amy Sedaris) because she is straightforward, keeps everyone on task and reminds everyone what is important. We know that Tim and Ted don't always get along and can get sidetracked, but Baby Tina is there to make sure they get the job done.

The message of The Boss Baby: Family Business is that family is everything and to remember the good times. It is definitely family-friendly.

The Boss Baby: Family Business is an amazing film to watch. I rate it 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 7 to 18, plus adults. This movie releases on digital August 31 and on Blu-ray September 14, 2021. Go check it out!

By Giana N., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 10

The highly anticipated sequel to The Boss Baby is finally here. The Boss Baby: Family Business is a hilarious movie that has a very special dynamic to it. With new characters and relatable plots, this film can easily become a fan favorite.

The Boss Baby: Family Business is about brothers Tim and Ted Templeton (James Marsden, Alec Baldwin), who are all grown up. Tim now has a family and is a stay-at-home dad; which is seen as nothing in comparison to his little brother Ted, who is a big-shot CEO. When they both end up drinking a serum that turns them into babies for 48 hours, they join forces with Baby Tina (Amy Sedaris) for one more mission with Baby Corp to stop an evil scientist from world domination.

The animation in The Boss Baby: Family Business is very high quality, which will impress audiences immediately. The babies and kids in the film don't look like real people, but they don't look like cartoons either. It's a perfect combination that fits each of the personalities, which are all different. When I hear Baby Tina and read her character description, she looks exactly like how I envisioned her. The addition of new characters in The Boss Baby: Family Business is an aspect that makes the plot more entertaining. For instance, Tim's daughter Tabitha (Ariana Greenblatt) plays a huge role in this sequel. Tabitha is a very smart and down-to-earth young girl; however, her relationship with her father is becoming strained. It provides a new female character that kids can look up to; also creating a relatable storyline for fathers and daughters that may be trying to build a better relationship. The new characters are just really refreshing to see because they all bring something different to the film.

The message of The Boss Baby: Family Business is that you can always rely on family in the end. Although Ted and Tim grew apart as they got older, when they need each other most, they are able to work together and lean on each other.

The Boss Baby: Family Business is a movie that surpassed my expectations. I give it 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 6 to 18, plus adults. It's perfect for a family movie night. The Boss Baby: Family Business releases on digital August 31, 2021 and on DVD September 14, 2021.

By Maica N., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 13

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The Templeton brothers have become adults and drifted away from each other, but a new boss baby with a cutting-edge approach is about to bring them together again - and inspire a new family business.
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