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‘The Boss Baby’ review

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Host Veronica Castro talks to director Tom McGarth and producer Ramsey Ann Naito about their DreamWorks Animation film

Host Veronica Castro talks to director Tom McGarth and producer Ramsey Ann Naito about their DreamWorks Animation film "The Boss Baby."

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Host Veronica Castro talks to director Tom McGarth and producer Ramsey Ann Naito about their DreamWorks Animation film "The Boss Baby."

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As a child we viewed things in a unique way that seemed to never be able to be captured in any way, but “The Boss Baby” manages to capture how children view things as a kid. This movie will make you laugh until your face is redder than a tomato, and put you on an emotional roller coaster you never expected.

Altogether, this movie was unique from the start. From how they introduced the new addition to the family, to the view of the world through a child’s eyes, the CGI was absolutely astonishing and was detailed enough to make certain scenes throughout the film almost seem real. As the plot of the movie expands, you can’t help but go through the emotions of the characters also. The voice actors and actresses they cast for the film were well fit for their characters as well.

The movie didn’t really have any flaws in my opinion. The movie gave you enough detail throughout the film to keep you entertained instead of drifting off. The only little problem I would have to say the film contained was that it kind of kept you wondering what happened to Francis, baby boss’s enemy.

Overall I would recommend this movie for any ages. Even if you’re a person that isn’t fond of babies, I feel that you’ll still manage to get a lot of enjoyment from this film. It’s unique, different and keeps you interested throughout the film. What else could you wish from a movie?

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