The Boss Baby
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The Boss Baby

The baby Boss (The Baby Boss) is a somewhat disconcerting The BFG movie that will probably get more and better between adults and big boys (I guess from 7 onwards) than among the little ones who can get lost a bit in a quite convoluted plot for them and from which unfortunately they can make an incorrect reading if they are not very attentive and well “rescued” by an adult who explains what they are seeing.

Among the great successes, the visual style, in which you will find something of the endearing aspect of films like Toy Story and also some of the madness overflowing from the series of Cartoon Network (with some passage that brings you to the head to Samurai Jack for not go far away). Read as there is a funny compendium of animation Gerald’s Game styles that makes the film good, printing rhythm and pulling nostalgia.

The baby jefazo is inspired by Marla Frazee’s book It Comes at Night The Boss Baby (2010), although neither the development nor the design of the characters have much in common.

The author has recognized that the children’s books that Brimstone motivated her to dedicate herself to writing and illustration for children were where the monsters live by Maurice Sendak and Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey, but little of that essence persists in the film, which is, let’s say , a very different product at all levels.

Duration: 97 min

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IMDb: 6.3

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