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Boss Baby - Family Business Movie Review
BOSS BABY - FAMILY BUSINESS MOVIE REVIEW
Tim & Ted in Boss Baby - Family Business the movie
Boss Baby - Family Business the movie is a sequel to Boss Baby the movie.
Boss Baby - Family Business the movie is an adorably animated movie created by talented movie animation artists.
In Boss Baby - Family Business, the animated children's movie, the movie characters Tim and Ted are adult brothers with quite a sibling rivalry that can only be tamed when they have to band together to save the day.
Boss Baby - Family Business the movie really explores the dynamics of sibling rivalries, with undertones of it seeming like Tim wants what Ted has and Ted wants what Tim has. Neither the movie character Tim nor the movie character Ted seems to be quite happy enough in his individual situation.
More joy comes later on in Boss Baby - Family Business the movie, when Tim and Ted come to more of a realization that family teamwork is so important and they must love each other, support each other and be genuinely happy for each other when they find successes in life.
A humble and playful stay at home dad in Boss Baby - Family Business the movie
In Boss Baby - Family Business the movie, the movie character Tim is married with two daughters. He is a humble and playful stay at home Dad.
This question is for fathers.
A brother that is successful in business
The movie character Ted in Boss Baby - Family Business the movie (Tim's younger brother) is single with no children and is very successful in business.
Everywhere he goes, Ted leaves a trail of money behind him for others to pick up. He buys a pony as a gift for his older niece, the cliche rich guy move.
Tim has to help his daughter to take care of and clean up after this pony.
Do you have any siblings?
Tim and his daughters
During Boss Baby - Family Business the movie, Tim is alerted to two things. His older daughter is growing up and is outgrowing many of her Dad's playful shenanigans. She is a serious student and she states that she aspires to be successful like her uncle. Her Dad, Tim's feelings are hurt by the growing distance between them.
The other thing that Tim realizes is that something is going on with his younger daughter.
A big reveal
It is not long before Tim's younger daughter reveals to him that she can speak in full sentences while just being a little baby.
...but wait, there's more!
Something in common
Tim's younger daughter and her Uncle Ted share this in common. Ted had the same capability as a baby.
Can Uncle Ted visit soon?
Tim's younger daughter tells her dad that she needs Uncle Ted to come for a visit, maybe over the holidays.
- Tim lets her know that he thinks that Ted is too busy to come for a visit.
- She wastes no time in figuring out something to summon her Uncle Ted.
- She fabricates a mangled voice message that gives Ted the impression that his oldest niece fell off of her pony.
- Ted rushes over to Tim's house by helicopter to see what's going on.
Ted learns about the false alarm (his older niece did not fall off of her pony after all) but he also learns about his younger niece's ability to talk.
Tim and Ted have an assignment
She gathers her dad and uncle around the kitchen table to explain that she is employed by "Baby Corp." to help watch over the world and her uncle did the same when he was a baby.
As the older brother, Tim can vaguely remember his younger brother Ted's ability to talk at a very young age while their parents remained unaware of this.
Tim's younger daughter informs Tim and Ted of an assignment where their help is needed. She gives Tim and Ted an elixir to temporarily return them to baby and toddlerhood as well. Tim and Ted are asked to go undercover and infiltrate the new elite school that Tim's older daughter is attending.
While there, they learn that the headmaster of the school is himself a baby disguised as a grown man.
This baby has gone power crazy and wants babies to take over the world while getting rid of parents and their rights to give direction to babies.
He poses the question, Why do parents get to tell kids what to do anyway?
At a school pageant, he turns the parents into zombies when they use their phone cameras to take photos of the event.
Why do parents get to tell kids what to do?
Parent zombies in Boss Baby - Family Business the movie
In Boss Baby - Family Business the movie, Tim's wife and Tim and Ted's parents are among the school pageant audience members that go into a zombie like state.
That is until, with a great emphasis on family teamwork, Tim, Ted, and both of Tim's daughters figure out everything that needs to be done to save the day!
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