Die Welt des siebenjährigen Tim Templeton gerät ins Wanken, als seine Eltern ihm ihr neues Baby zeigen. Nicht irgendein Baby: Dieser Säugling trägt Anzug. DreamWorks Animation und der Regisseur von MADAGASCAR laden Sie ein, ein ziemlich außergewöhnliches Baby kennenzulernen! Tim ist eifersüchtig auf seinen kleinen abgebrühten Bruder, der außergewöhnlich gut sprechen kann und Anzug trägt, wovon jedoch außer Tim niemand etwas merkt. Aber dann findet der 7-Jährige heraus, dass der dubiose Geschäftsmann Francis E. Francis.
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Tim ist eifersüchtig auf seinen kleinen abgebrühten Bruder, der außergewöhnlich gut sprechen kann und Anzug trägt, wovon jedoch außer Tim niemand etwas merkt. Aber dann findet der 7-Jährige heraus, dass der dubiose Geschäftsmann Francis E. Francis. The Boss Baby ist eine US-amerikanische computeranimierte Filmkomödie von DreamWorks unter der Regie von Tom McGrath aus dem Jahr Der Film. The Boss Baby: Wieder im Geschäft. aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Fernsehserie. THE BOSS BABY ist die lustige und universelle Geschichte, wie die Geburt eines neuen Babys das Familienleben grundlegend verändert. Erzählt wird das. Der Star des neuen Dreamworks-Animationsfilms „The Boss Baby“ macht seinen Eltern unmissverständlich klar, wer Zuhause das Sagen hat. Dazu trägt der. Die Welt des siebenjährigen Tim Templeton gerät ins Wanken, als seine Eltern ihm ihr neues Baby zeigen. Nicht irgendein Baby: Dieser Säugling trägt Anzug. Altersfreigabe: Laufzeit: ca. 98 min. Originaltitel: The Boss Baby. Darsteller: Alec Baldwin, Jimmy Kimmel, Lisa Kudrow, Patton Oswalt, Steve Buscemi.
The Boss Baby: Wieder im Geschäft. aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Fernsehserie. DreamWorks Animation und der Regisseur von MADAGASCAR laden Sie ein, ein ziemlich außergewöhnliches Baby kennenzulernen! Altersfreigabe: Laufzeit: ca. 98 min. Originaltitel: The Boss Baby. Darsteller: Alec Baldwin, Jimmy Kimmel, Lisa Kudrow, Patton Oswalt, Steve Buscemi. Das Boss Baby nimmt seinen Bruder Tim zum Baby Corporation Hauptquartier mit, wo er ihn mit seiner Geschäftswelt vertraut zu machen versucht; den niedlichen Ruf der Babys aufrecht zu erhalten und Inception Stream German Hunde und Katzen zu konkurrieren. Der Boss-Sitter 24 Min. Tom McGrath. März beim Miami Film Festival statt. Hans Zimmer . Der Verlierer muss das Halsband der Schande tragen. Jeremy Kindel. The Boss Baby. Wird gesetzt, um zu überprüfen, ob es in ihrem Browser möglich ist ein sogenanntes Popup aufzurufen.
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While the Boss Baby helps Tim sell magazines for a school fundraiser, a suspicious baby whisperer is breaking up the playgroup The stage is set for corporate sabotage when Staci sends the Boss Baby undercover to take down Baby Corp's latest leader at a company retreat.
Unruly baby Scooter Buskie sends shockwaves through the playgroup org chart — and all of babydom — when he lands the cover of the Bubbeezee catalog.
A broken bone sends the Boss Baby to a wisecracking doctor who fancies himself a comedian. In other news, Tim's lucky pencil is cursed.
Boss Baby has an interview at Baby Corp — but first, he'll need to break out of a high-tech Bubbeezee playroom. Can the field team help him escape?
A party in the park drags the Boss Baby into a dogfight with his old nemesis, Puppy Co. A flashback episode reveals everything that happened to Mega Fat between getting fired from Baby Corp and getting adopted by a famous journalist.
Halloween is the perfect cover for the Boss Baby and his costumed field team to sneak into the belly of the beast.
But Staci's got plans to stop them. Baby love has never been higher. But a crash is coming, and the Boss Baby and his crew are determined to bring Bubbeezee down for good.
There's a new threat to baby popularity: old people. But a revolutionary "stinkless" serum could give Baby Corp a competitive advantage.
Meanwhile, Tim's feisty grandmother moves in, turning the brothers into temporary roommates. After declaring war on old people, Boss Baby focuses the field team's efforts on Frederic Estes.
Tim starts his own big-kid business. When Baby Corp's lead scientist accidentally turns the stinkless serum into a stink enhancer, Boss Baby needs Tim's help to freshen things up.
An innocent trip to the library for toddler story hour sparks a turf war between babydom and Frederic Estes's Consortium of Ancients.
On a dark and stormy night, Tim and Boss Baby set traps for two wildly different threats: a mythical monster and a Puppy Co. After being framed for the Puppy Co.
When Frederic Estes and his friends monopolize Marisol's talents for elder care, Boss Baby and Tim team up to get their babysitter back.
The Consortium of Ancients floods the market with an irresistibly fluffy new toy that has babies going gaga -- a little too gaga. Gigi's potty training strategy has a diaperless Boss Baby hanging out in the buff.
But a horrified Tim can't handle all the nakey time. With the Templeton men away on a "Dudes Weekend," Staci and Jimbo join forces to return a blankie to its rightful owner.
Tim's parents enroll him in piano lessons for the rest of the summer. In the wake of Tim's discovery, a newly crowned Boss Baby seizes the chance to show his team what a real leader looks like.
The Boss Baby brings his big brother Tim to the office to teach him the art of business in this animated series sprung from the hit film.
The constantly crying "worst baby in the world" is making life miserable for all of his neighbors. Can Boss Baby's field team turn things around? With surprising detail and character development, the story is very entertaining and fun as baby and brother try to stop the dastardly puppies from taking over.
Let's hit the comedy now. Boss Baby again excels in this aspect providing a variable mix of comedic styles to entertain all ages.
Young and young at heart will enjoy the simplistic comedy that involves the characters dropping mindless meme-worthy one liners, various screams of fear, and dopey run-ins with a wall.
The real comedic diamonds though are the cleverer puns, one-liners, and adult references hidden in this movie. Alec Baldwin's sarcastic delivery and edginess worked for me, adding just the right touches to maximize the laughs.
Yet, I'm a sucker for all the movie references integrated into this plot and how key they were to the adventure.
And if you are nerd like me, you may get an extra thrill keeping your eye out for the next reference. Boss Baby has some surprising twists, but no manner of fun, can hide the blatantly obvious ending that is to come.
While predictability is difficult to avoid, Boss Baby could have tidied things up a bit to give the finale a little more flare.
In addition, they could have worked hard to not be so preachy near the end about the importance of family and all that lovey-dovey mush that animation films do all the time.
Let's talk about some developmental issues I had with the movies. First off, the movie has moments that are a bit of a stretch.
Yes, I know this movie is ridiculous and a stretch to begin with, but hear me out. Boss Baby's adult cast are a bit idiotic at best, somehow not hovering over the newborns to hear them speaking.
If that wasn't enough, some of the more dangerous stunts involved were also not as "noticeable", which after some point should have been discovered.
Although fun, this ridiculousness didn't fit so much into the grand scheme of the plot. Next up is Babycorp, the organization the boss baby works for.
This large plot point has dramatic build up and gets a large sequence to explain the wonders of this magnificent corporation.
Yet after that, the film fails to deliver more on the potential plot points that could have come with it. Had the trailers not built up the baby vs.
Finally, the editing of the movie. Boss Baby has a lot of great parts that foster imagination, love, and all those positive qualities we love in an animated movie.
However, much of these moments were not necessary, often just extending the run time under the guise of character development. While I don't think they needed to eliminate these parts after all it is only 90 minutes , they certainly could have altered these scenes to be a little more relevant to the adventure.
This movie is certainly adorable and is the perfect family film for all ages to hit the screen this year. Yes, it is simplistic and silly, and doesn't have as much magic as a Disney film, but it's nice to have unique, story that doesn't involve making a political ordeal out of it.
This reviewer recommends this one for the theater for group outings and those with kids, but definitely check this one out when it hits homes.
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I mentioned to her that one of the last movies I watched was Big Momma's House 2. I didn't really actually watch it, I was just using the laptop and it was playing on tv, so I left it on as background noise.
I said that I was saddened that this was one of the last movies I watched, but also mentioned that I would watch it for a week straight if it meant I'd have electricity back.
I also mentioned to her that when I had Netflix back, I'd watch the stupidest thing I could think of. This movie and the last Smurfs CG movie came up.
This is what brings us together this evening. Which is not to say that I think this is a stupid movie, but it's something silly and for kids.
I think that's what I meant by stupid more than anything else. Having said all of that, I don't know what you want me to say about this movie.
I mean I know what I want to say. What I mean is that this just isn't what I would call a good movie. I suppose my run of good-to-great movies ever since I came back had to end eventually.
It's not bad, but it's a painfully average little movie. But they've been struggling to produce high quality movies ever since the release of How To Train Your Dragon 2 in I haven't seen Captain Underpants, but I hear it's pretty good.
And it's not like that was an incredible movie to begin with. This doesn't change that run of substandard movies. That's scraping the bottom of the barrel.
Perhaps it sounds as if I'm being too harsh on this movie. I don't actually mean to be, because this was just a middle of the road movie.
I think there's a decent enough story here with Tim feeling that he's been replaced in his parents' hearts by the new baby, who works for this Baby Corp, a company that is hell-bent on making sure that puppies don't replace babies as the most loved thing in the world.
Yes, really. That's the plot. The brothers, at first, have difficulties in getting along. After one incident where Tim is careless with his baby brother, he is grounded.
The whole thing about Baby Corp trying to ward off irrelevance from Puppy Co is as silly as these movies get, to put it nicely. Anyway, after Tim is grounded, he and Boss Baby come up with a plan to find out what find out what Puppy Co is planning so Boss Baby can go back to Baby Corp and Tim can have his parents all to himself again.
Of course things don't go as planned as the brothers start to bond and enjoy each other's presence. You've seen this before, you'll see it again.
The idea that this baby isn't really a baby, but someone who displays intelligence and speaks fluently has already been done countless times.
More famously by Family Guy. Given that this a kids' movie, you obviously have to expect things to be more toned down. But they don't really do much here, they just expect the idea that it's a talking, walking baby will provide laughs in and of itself.
There's a few chuckles here and there, the most memorable concerning the Elvis impersonators. Well it's not the whole scene, more like the interaction between one of the impersonators and the boys, who are dressed up like one to board a plane headed to Vegas.
The most entertaining character in the entire movie, in my opinion, has to be Tim's aggressive Wizard alarm clock. I was gonna say Wizzie as Tim calls him was passive-aggressive, but Wizzie didn't bother with that.
He's a character that I need more of, because he was the only consistently entertaining thing in the entire movie.
Anyway, the movie hits all of the story beats you would expect. Tim and Boss get closer and they start to rethink their arrangement.
Tim learns that it is possible to share their parents' love equally and Boss learns what it's like to have a family that cares for him. Simple and basic.
There's nothing special about it, but it is what it is. I think the main problem that I have with this is the fact that it's just not that funny.
This was never meant to be a deep and complex character study on the nature of brotherhood. This was just meant to give you a couple of laughs and a couple of laughs they do NOT provide.
Again, they rely way too much on the concept of the baby being voiced by Alec Baldwin. That's it. No real effort was put into the comedy, even though there's flashes of a better movie that was shifted and changed into something else by the time it was finally produced.
I will say that the ending, while a little sentimental, was sweet. The animation is nothing home to write about, it's colorful enough, but it lacks an identity all its own.
This looks like every DreamWorks B-movie available. There's nothing about the animation that stands out at you, like all the little details you'd pick up on an A-team Pixar movie.
Hell, even A-team DreamWorks Animation has these small details that they don't bother to put into films that they're not fully behind.
Voice acting is fine, another part of this that offers nothing home to write about. Alec Baldwin is, essentially, playing himself and, no shit, he's good at that.
No one else really stands out enough to single out. Other than James McGrath, who voiced Wizzie. There's really not much else I can say about this movie.
If you're in the mood for something harmless and inoffensive, then this is the movie for you. But it doesn't provide the consistent laughs to be a truly good or memorable movie.
Jesse O Super Reviewer. Nov 27, On the flip side, some elements are overly repeated I'll puke if they Play blackbird one more time!
Ed K Super Reviewer. Jul 31, A truly original take on sibling rivalry and it is funny and oh so touching. Alec Baldwin is perfect as the voice of the Boss Baby and the rest of the cast delivers.
Drawn imaginatively and a great script makes this one entertaining animated feature! Christopher O Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews.
In the wake of Tim's discovery, a newly crowned Boss Baby seizes the chance to show his team what a real leader looks like.
The Boss Baby brings his big brother Tim to the office to teach him the art of business in this animated series sprung from the hit film. The constantly crying "worst baby in the world" is making life miserable for all of his neighbors.
Can Boss Baby's field team turn things around? Competition for cuteness heats up when a stray kitten appears on the Templetons' doorstep and the family decides to take him in.
Family Fun Night turns into Baby Work Night when trouble follows the Templetons to the grand opening of a seemingly purr-fect restaurant. Tim's alter ego, space detective Dekker Moonboots, steps in to solve a Baby Corp mystery -- and mounting clues suggest it's an inside job.
The field team enters one of their own in the prestigious Lil' Dumpling Pageant to make sure the winner is someone Baby Corp can trust.
A backed-up Boss Baby is forced to take a sick day when his system stalls -- and he can't go boom-boom. Now it's up to Tim to take over. The brothers stay home with a babysitter while their parents go out for the night.
Boss Baby wants to make her look bad -- but she's just too good. While Tim works overtime to do good in the neighborhood, Staci and Boss Baby go undercover to rescue Jimbo from a house that's crawling with cats.
Because nobody likes a bully. A "free" family vacation comes at a cost when Tim's tasked with keeping a plane full of babies calm on an eight-hour flight to Paris.
Tim masters the art of negotiation. With Bootsy Calico's plan in full swing, Boss Baby rallies his co-workers to bring Calico and his kittens down and save the town.
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Without a steady flow of formula to maintain his intelligence, Boss Baby starts becoming a normal baby. Despite this, with the help of other toddlers, he and Tim evade the "babysitter" long enough to reach the airport but are too late to intercept Tim's parents.
The two argue, but later reconcile and sneak on to another plane bound for Las Vegas. There, they stall Francis' presentation when Eugene unwittingly gives away their plan.
Furious at their interference, Francis locks Tim's parents up so he can kill them with exhaust from a rocket used to launch the Forever Puppies.
Tim and Boss Baby defeat Eugene and move on to save their parents but are intercepted by Francis. Tim and Boss Baby push him off a ledge, making Francis tumble into the formula.
Boss Baby opens the rocket to let the puppies out so they can save Tim's parents. His return to baby state is complete while on the rocket, and begins to cry, but Tim sings to him with the family song to show his appreciation, causing him to jump off the rocket before it launches.
After the rocket does launch, Tim takes Boss Baby to the formula vat and he returns to his original self. Francis then emerges from the vat, having been reverted to an obese baby and tries to attack Boss Baby, but is picked up by a redeemed Eugene and tells Tim and Boss Baby that, "This time, we'll raise him right.
Boss Baby is promoted and leaves, while the parents have their memories be erased of him so they wouldn't become suspicious.
Tim goes back to being an only child, but he and Boss Baby, having bonded with each other during their mission, begin to miss each other.
After Tim writes a letter convincing him to live with him as his brother, Boss Baby returns to the Templeton family as a regular baby named Theodore Lindsey "Ted" Templeton.
In the present, an adult Tim finishes telling his daughter Tabitha [a] the story about how he felt when his brother was born, to calm her worries about her recently-born sister, Tina, [b] whom she notices that her sister is also another Boss Baby like Ted was.
Upon reading the original book on which the film is based McGrath felt a connection to it, as he had an older brother and felt like "the boss baby of the family".
The look of the film was inspired by design techniques popularized in the s,  as well as animated films from both 60s and 50s.
In September , Alec Baldwin and Kevin Spacey joined the cast of the film,  with further casting news announced in June , including Steve Buscemi replacing Spacey.
Miles Bakshi, son of the DreamWorks Animation's producer Gina Shay and grandson of the film director Ralph Bakshi , who directed the American adult animated comedy film Fritz the Cat , provided the voice of 7-year old Tim.
Having been often present at DreamWorks, McGrath initially asked Bakshi only to provide a temporary voice for Tim to see if the character "worked".
The producers listened to 30 to 40 children to choose the scratch voice. McGrath explained their decision: "No one sounded as authentic as Miles did.
A lot of child actors are great, but they are over-articulate for their age. Miles was just natural and charming.
He had a little slur to his voice at the time and it was very endearing. During the long process, his voice started to change and "by the end it got pretty tough", according to Bakshi, who was 14 when the film was released.
He had to get his voice "very soft, but when I got that perfect tone it was great. The Boss Baby was initially scheduled for release on March 18, ,  but was later pushed back to March 31, The site's critical consensus reads, " The Boss Baby ' s talented cast, glimmers of wit, and flashes of visual inventiveness can't make up for a thin premise and a disappointing willingness to settle for doody jokes.
Neil Genzlinger of The New York Times praised Baldwin and the adult humor, saying: "The contrast between the helpless-infant stage of life and corporate-speak is funny but fairly high-concept for a kiddie movie, and the plot grows denser as it goes along and the baby and Tim reluctantly join forces to stop a conspiracy by which puppies would corner all the love in the world.
Hans Zimmer and Steve Mazzaro will return to write the music for the film. The Boss Baby: Back in Business was released in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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