Deaf critic movie review of The Boss Baby
A hearing perspective:
American film ‘The Boss Baby’ is a computer-animated comedy film.
It is produced by DreamWorks Animation and directed by Tom McGrath.
Film is based on the picture book of the same name.
The film introduces Tim as a seven-year-old boy living happily with his parents, Ted and Janice.
One day, Tim’s parents find a business-suit wearing baby outside their home. They call Tim and introduce the baby as his little brother.
Eventually, Tim becomes lonely and sad as his parents give all their love, care and attention to the baby.
One day, Tim learns that the baby can talk like an adult. He confronts the baby who introduces himself as the ‘The Boss Baby’.
'The Boss Baby' explains to Tim that he works for Baby Corp. He has come to Tim’s place as Ted and Janice work for Puppy Co. which has plans to introduce puppies that will get more love than small babies.
The way 'The Boss Baby' and Tim agree to come together to stop the secret war between babies and puppies forms the remaining part of the story.
The film has a good story, visual effects, emotions, comedy, inspirational one-liners, great imagination and a whole new and funny view to a baby’s life. It is a must-watch for children and adults alike.