The Boss Baby: Family Business

critic Reviews

, 48% Rotten Tomatometer Score
  • 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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    Steve DavisAustin Chronicle
    Whatever the reason, the pleasures of witnessing a miniaturized bigwig in full-on CEO rant mode are largely denied here. It's a like a version of 30 Rock featuring a Jack Donaghy with only a smidgen of his smarmy charm.
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    Glenn KennyRogerEbert.com
    A pro forma mix of gags, frantic action, and 'importance of family' bromides as tired as they are transparently insincere.
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    Nell MinowMovie Mom
    A delightful mix of understated humor, wild fantasy, cheeky needle-drop songs and some of the best-constructed action scenes in animated films.
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    Katie RifeAV Club
    Compared to the first film, Family Business moves along at a swift and stimulating clip, with fewer diversions into world-building and hallucinatory internal logic.
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    Jake CoyleAssociated Press
    It's a manic movie in a familiarly corporate kind of way that provides kids with a computer-generated candy rush. The movie's own business imperatives occasionally show through like a leaky diaper.
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    Randy MyersSan Jose Mercury News
    It will make you smile and laugh.
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    Jeanmarie TanThe New Paper (Singapore)
    With its slapstick humour and zippy action, fans should enjoy this manic sugar rush that comes just in time before the end of the school holidays.
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    Jason ShawhanNashville Scene
    It's certainly more ambition than you might initially expect.
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    Bruce R. MillerSioux City Journal
    Unlike the first film, "Boss Baby 2" lacks a reason for being. It picks at the bones of the first film, but it doesn't bring anything new to the table.
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    Sean P. MeansThe Movie Cricket
    A lackluster Hollywood "product," with no more flavor or excitement than a spoonful of strained peas.
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