The Boss Baby

The Boss Baby

By Tom McGrath

  • Genre: Kids & Family
  • Release Date: 2017-03-31
  • Advisory Rating: PG
  • Runtime: 1h 38min
  • Director: Tom McGrath
  • Production Company: DreamWorks Animation
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
6.3/10
6.3
From 3,207 Ratings

Description

DreamWorks Animation invites you to meet a most unusual baby. The Boss Baby is a hilariously universal story about how a new baby's arrival impacts a family, told from the point of view of a delightfully unreliable narrator, a very imaginative 7-year-old named Tim. With a sly, heart-filled message about the importance of family, The Boss Baby is an original, broadly appealing comedy for all ages.

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  • Adorable

    5
    By imagine dragons biggest fan!
    Great to watch with younger, even elementary aged children. Maybe even middle school would like it!
  • Wow

    4
    By Nature cat fan gaming
    Jaydban cool
  • Hilarious and touching

    5
    By Toby1210.
    I saw this movie a couple of times with my 6yr old and 12yr old nephews and they can’t seem to stop loving it! They love how the animation was done and how it had various hilarious and touching scenes. Sure the movie had its ups and downs but I say give it a chance and you’ll love it too. On the plus side, I really liked how they added two additional languages, Spanish (Latin America) and French (Canada). It’s like watching a whole new movie. The French voice for Tim sounds so adorable!
  • Better than it gets credit for

    4
    By Fletch F. Fletch
    The animation is very good with stylish touches reminiscent of those old Warner brothers cartoons about the imaginative little boy that sees the world as an epic adventure. The score is rich with the Beatles’s classic song “Blackbird” sung, hummed and orchestrated throughout. It would be easy to dismiss this as a one joke gimmick but it’s actually very sweet and often funny with fine voice acting from all. The ending steps it up with a bit of a stronger emotional sequence than you might expect. It was far more effective and affecting than I had anticipated.
  • Where is the love?

    1
    By Matsudo-kun
    Tried to watch this w/ my kids but turned it off for them towards the beginning. Being the father of a 2 year old and a 6 month old, showing them a movie where a new baby comes in the family and tells the older child that “there’s not enough love” for two children is not a message I want to show my kids. Besides that, a blasphemous line about being Baby Jesus and terrible throwaway stuff about devil babies and zombie babies and an idiotic storyline made me dislike this particular DreamWorks picture. On the plus side, animation was decent and voice acting was good.
  • Family’s Fave

    5
    By MrsWuHu
    Totally captures the attention of my two toddlers. The adults love it too!
  • A little Disgusting!

    2
    By DooperBooper
    It wasn’t that good. But a little funny.
  • My three year old can't stop watching

    5
    By TruthPerson
    We are expecting another baby in a couple months and it's weird that he loves this movie so much, he never watches any kids movies just kid shows on YouTube. It's a fun movie, we all love it
  • Skip this one. Rent something else.

    1
    By evanrail
    We rented this to watch with our kids and it brought us all down. It started out okay. Soon got worse. Actually kinda boring in the middle. Then it got kind of depressing and weird at the end and my kids both ended up crying. Unlike with many other kids movies, my wife and I were bored senseless. In short: not up to par for a kids & family movie. Rent something else.

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