The Boss Baby: Christmas Bonus Movie Review

The Boss Baby: Christmas Bonus Movie Review

If you want to get in the holiday spirit, check out the new Boss Baby: Christmas Bonus movie. This special edition of the animated series will be coming to Netflix in December. The film stars George Lopez as Santa and JP Karliak as Boss Baby.

The Boss Baby: Christmas Bonus is based on the book by Marla Frazee. It’s directed by N/A, and is produced by DreamWorks Animation. It will be available on Netflix on December 6th. It features a number of special effects, including drop babies, animated peril and political satire. It’s also a fun and whimsical film that’s perfect for the family.

Unlike most Netflix original movies, this isn’t a full-length feature film. It’s a short animated special, only a bit over 45 minutes. However, it does offer a number of surprises and one interesting premise. Its biggest strength is its fun and clever writing. Despite the sloppiness of its CGI, its message of teamwork and innovation is still very much there. The special features a number of fun references to popular Christmas traditions, and even a surprise starring a Gen Z character.

The special includes an episode narrated by Pierce Gagnon, who plays Tim Templeton, the family’s former employee at Baby Corp. As he’s taking a trip to the mall for a picture with Santa, Tim accidentally sends Boss Baby to the North Pole. The teeny-tiny version of the devil (or Santa) makes a few remarks about the Christmas season, including a reference to a “court jester tradition” that is not too far off from what is actually going on.

The Boss Baby: Christmas Bonanza is a solid story, with many fun and clever moments that will leave a lasting impression on all those who see it. It’s the type of holiday movie that everyone will be talking about for years to come. It’s a nice change of pace, and the witty script will have a lot of fans falling in love with Boss Baby’s quirky charm.

A few of the best parts of the film include the use of the word “serenades,” a nod to the holiday, and an excellent and apt explanation of the oh-so-simple “let’s get together” moment. The film’s other big prize is its political satire. When the elves in Santa’s factory revolt against working as a nameless cog in the Christmas wheel, Boss Baby suggests reforms in factory management.

The Boss Baby: Christmas bonanza is an animated film with a unique message. It combines a few of the popular Christmas traditions with some serious political satire. The most interesting part is the clever use of the oh-so-small “let’s get together” moment. This isn’t the first time the Boss Baby has been featured in a Netflix original, but the novelty will be appreciated by those who haven’t had the pleasure of watching it. It’s a definite standout amongst the series’ many entertaining episodes, and should be a hit with kids and adults alike.

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