Starring: Alec Baldwin, James Marsden, Amy Sedaris, Ariana Greenblatt, Eva Longoria, Jimmy Kimmel, Lisa Kudrow, Jeff Goldblum
OUR RATING: ★★★☆☆
Animated comedy sequel directed by Tom McGrath. The Boss Baby 2: Family Business follows Tim (James Marsden) and his Boss Baby little brother Ted (Alec Baldwin), who have now become adults and drifted away from each other. Tim is now married to Carol (Eva Longoria), and they live in the suburbs with their super-smart seven year-old daughter Tabitha (Ariana Greenblatt), and new infant Tina (Amy Sedaris). Ted is a hedge fund CEO. But a new boss baby with a cutting-edge approach and a can-do attitude is about to bring them together again, and inspire a new family business.
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Tim: Time is a funny thing. When I was a kid, the days lasted forever. But the years, well, they went by so fast. Before you know it, you’re all grown-up. It even happened to me. My name’s Tim, and this, well, this is the rest of my story.
Tim: They call me a stay-at-home dad, which means, I hardly get to stay at home.
Carol: Thank you. You know what they say, “It’s all about the dough.” And I couldn’t have done it without my husband. He really rose to the occasion.
Tim: It’s the yeast I can do!
Tim: And as for my baby brother, Ted, well, he grew up to be the boss alright. He’s so busy we hardly see him anymore. But, hey, he always remembers to send inappropriately lavish gifts on special occasions.
Tabitha: [referring to her new pony] OMG! Uncle Ted is the best!
Tim: All in all, my life is pretty perfect. But all that was about to change. Because if there’s one thing I’ve learned, you’re only a kid once. Once you grow up, you can never go back.
Tim: Good night, Tabitha.
Tabitha: [as Tim goes to kiss her goodnight] Don’t you think I’m a little old for that now?
Tim: [shakes her hand] Okay.
Tabitha: I think it’s time we both grow up. I look forward to greeting you at the breakfast table.
Tim: Where has the time gone?
Wizzie: How should I know?
Wizzie: You cast me into eternal darkness, and wreaked havoc on my circadian rhythms.
Tim: I’m sorry, Wizzie. Hey, but you look great though.
Wizzie: Except for the arm, you mean.
Tim: I didn’t even notice.
Wizzie: You thought it.
Wizzie: You have produced an heir, Timothy?
Tim: Two, actually.
Wizzie: Two? Let the bells ring!
Tim: Tabitha. Man, Wizzie, she’s growing up so fast. It’s like she doesn’t even need me anymore.
Wizzie: Yes, first, they start spending less time with you. Then they stop coming to you for advice.
Wizzie: Soon, they take you for granted.
Tim: I guess.
Wizzie: Then break your arm.
Wizzie: Then stuff you into a box!
Tim: I’m just, I’m afraid Tabitha and I are growing apart, like I did with my brother. I thought we had all the time in the world. But you can’t turn back time, can you?
Wizzie: How dare you question my power!
Wizzie: [as Ted hears a noise coming from Tina’s room] What is it? A creature of the night? Witches? Is it the baying of the hounds of hell?
Wizzie: Don’t go, Tim! I can turn back time, to the golden years, when it was just you and me. My good arm. Don’t open the door. Remember last time!
Tina: [after Tim hears Tina talk] Daddy, how many fingers am I holding up?
Tina: I should’ve given you a warning. I forgot you were an old man.
Tim: You’re from BabyCorp?
Tina: Yes. BabyCorp is more of what I call a side hustle for me. The point is I’m all in on the Templetons. Go, Templetons!
Tina: There’s a crisis at BabyCorp.
Tim: What is it this time? Kittens?
Tina: No. This time, it’s even worse.
Tim: Worse than kittens?
Tim: Ooh, I want to help. What do you want me to do?
Tina: That’s the spirit, daddy. You are exactly who I need.
Tina: To get Uncle Ted.
Tim: No. What?
Tina: All the pressure’s on me, Pop. When I volunteered for this gig, I thought it would be easy. But you two never see each other. It’s so sad. It’s like, “F-minus. See me after class.”
Tim: [referring to Ted] No, I’m not going to call him right now.
Tina: Daddy, can’t never could.
Tim: There’s no point, okay? I call him. I invite him. He never shows up. He’s always got a work meeting, or a business trip, or a conference call. All he cares about is work. But after a while, you just stop trying.
Tina: He’s still your brother. You were partners.
Tim: Yeah, I guess sometimes you just, you grow up, and grow apart.
Tina: Daddy, don’t say no. What if everybody said no? Nothing would happen. Nothing would get off the ground. You got to wake up every day, and you got to say, “Yes, yes, yes!” Surprise me. Say yes.
Tim: [after Ted returns due to the voicemail left by Tim] I swear I didn’t leave that message. On purpose. I…
Tim: With my butt. While I was talking in my sleep. I do that sometimes.
Ted: You sleep-butt-dialed me?
Tim: With my butt.
Tim: [referring to Tina] She comes from a secret corporation run by babies.
Ted: Tim, I’m going to give you the name of a doctor. Roy Federman. Just tell him I sent you, okay?
Ted: [referring to Tina] She can’t talk, Tim.
Tim: Stop interrupting!
Ted: Interrupting what? I don’t hear anything.
Tim: Except your obnoxious voice. You hear that.
Ted: I have a beautiful voice.
Tim: [offers Ted a pacifier] Suck it, Ted.
Ted: I beg your pardon?
Tim: You, suck.
Ted: No, no, Tim. You suck.
Tina: Excuse me. I hate to interrupt. But may I make a suggestion? Why don’t you both suck it?
[she tosses two pacifiers into the air and throws them into Ted and Tim’s mouths]
Ted: She can talk.
Tim: A lot.
Ted: [referring to the statue at BabyCorp] Is that me?
Tina: If you’re fishing for a compliment, you caught one! You are a legend in this joint.
Tim: A statue?
Ted: Well, I did single-handedly save the company.
Tim: Double-handedly. Right? We were partners.
Ted: Really? I don’t see your statue.
Tina: I still love you, daddy.
Tim: They got the head size right.
Ted: Take it from me, you have to be aggressive if you want to get ahead. Climb that corporate ladder, until you’re the last baby standing at the top.
Tina: Actually, I prioritize a good work-life balance, and a positive environment where my ideas are valued.
Ted: [laughs] Oh, you’re serious.