The Boss Baby

Film Review: The Boss Baby: Family Business commits to its ludicrous premise and enjoys playing with its narrative insanity

November 25, 2021

I think it’s a fair assumption to state that not many people expected Tom McGrath‘s 2017 effort The Boss Baby to clear the half a billion dollars it did at the global box office.  It was a bizarre comedy that entirely banked on its central premise – a baby that spoke like an entitled adult […]

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Interview: James Marsden on recording The Boss Baby sequel during a pandemic; “I made a makeshift studio with duvets and pillows”

November 24, 2021

Four years after an infant Alec Baldwin steered Dreamworks’ The Boss Baby to over half a billion dollars at the global box office and an Academy Award nomination for Best Animated feature, the troublesome tyke is back in The Boss Baby: Family Business, and he’s bringing his household along for the ride. Joining Baldwin and […]

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Blu-Ray Review: The Boss Baby (USA, 2017) can be applauded for its audacity

August 28, 2017

The Dreamworks dynasty is far from a reemerging period. Wowing with visceral marvellous and poignant features such as Antz and The Prince of Egypt amongst others, a film like The Boss Baby exists more as an oddity, as it seems so disparate from the sensibilities of what the company has produced in previous years. The […]

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