Family is Key in The Boss Baby: Family Business #giveaway

The Boss Baby has kept himself busy since the first movie released in 2017. Since his first appearance on the big screen, he has had conquered television with multiple shows and has been a fixture in our household with my son watching these on a loop. Now four years later the Boss Baby, Ted, is back with his brother Tim on a new mission with a little help from a new family member. Read our spoiler-free review and see how you can win a family 4 pack of tickets to see The Boss Baby: Family Business in theaters.

I know what you are thinking, did we need a sequel to The Boss Baby? Where else can the story go? Luckily for us, the studio waited until they had the right story and this story could not have come at a better time. With the pandemic delaying the release of this movie the subject of togetherness and family makes this sequel one that needs to be seen.

Seeing Tim as a stay-at-home father and not portrayed as an incompetent imbecile was great on the studio’s part. It is refreshing to see that old trope being put to the side and fathers represented in a more positive light. Tim does everything he can for his family as opposed to his brother Ted who does not make time to spend with the family. The relationship between the two has severed and Ted only shows up when he can on he sends lavish gifts to the family.

Tim has two daughters: Tabitha, the highly intelligent one that dreams of being like her uncle Ted, and Tina, who is the new Chief Baby Officer at Baby Corp. Tina is the one that sets the wheels in motion in reuniting Tim and Ted by sending them on a new mission involving Tabitha’s school, Acorn Center for Advanced Childhood. What is the school hiding and what is up with the school’s founder, Dr. Erwin Armstrong?

All of these questions can be answered right now but you can find the answers yourself when The Boss Baby: Family Business releases in theaters and streaming on Peacock July 2.

(from left) Young Tim Templeton (James Marsden) and the Boss Baby/Ted Templeton (Alec Baldwin) in DreamWorks Animation’s The Boss Baby: Family Business, directed by Tom McGrath.

While waiting for the movie to come out this weekend, keep yourselves busy with The Boss Baby: Family Business activity kit. Color, connect-the-dots, unscramble words and you’ll go into the world of The Boss Baby.

Get you Boss Baby: Family Business Activity it here!

Final Thoughts: This movie has a great message about how being together with family is important. As a father of a daughter, seeing the relationship between Tim and Tabitha grow throughout the movie was very heartwarming.

Kid-Friendly: Very! There are a lot of laughs in this movie. There might be a few jokes that will go over your children’s heads but nothing too adult orientated.

Violence: As with many animated movies there are exaggerated scenes but nothing that will be considered violent. The end “battle” with Dr. Armstrong might be a little too intense for younger viewers but older kids will enjoy it.

(from left) Tabitha Templeton (Ariana Greenblatt), Tina Templeton (Amy Sedaris), Carol Templeton (Eva Longoria) and Tim Templeton (James Marsden) in DreamWorks Animation’s The Boss Baby: Family Business, directed by Tom McGrath.

In the sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s Oscar®-nominated blockbuster comedy, the Templeton brothers—Tim (James Marsden, X-Men franchise) and his Boss Baby little bro Ted (Alec Baldwin)—have become adults and drifted away from each other. Tim is now a married stay-at-home dad. 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.

Thanks to our friends at Dreamworks we are giving away 5 family 4 packs to see The Boss Baby: Family Business. Enter below!


Boss Baby: Family Business is now available to purchase digitally with physical versions being released soon. Check out these bonus features that will be available.


  • ALL-NEW ORIGINAL SHORT “PRECIOUS TEMPLETON: A PONY TALE” – In this original DreamWorks animated short, Precious Templeton has entered the Perfect Pony Pageant in hopes of winning top prize. Just as the winner is about to be announced, the crown jewels are stolen. What will they do now? Find out in this hilarious original short.
  • DELETED SCENE – “Time Out” with introduction by Director Tom McGrath.
  • NEVER GROW UP: THE BIG BABIES BEHIND THE BOSS BABY: FAMILY BUSINESS – Get behind the lens with cast and filmmakers as we uncover how The Boss Baby: Family Business came to life. Dive deeper into the inspirations for each character and see what it took to bring this animated feature to life.
  • “TOGETHER WE STAND” LYRIC VIDEO – Sing along with Tabitha as she performs “Together We Stand,” in this whimsical lyric video.
  • ROLL CALL – Meet the voices behind the babies as we take a cast roll call of The Boss Baby: Family Business.
    • Alec Baldwin – Boss Baby (Ted)
    • Amy Sedaris – Tina
    • James Marsden – Tim
  • CREATIVE EXPERIMENT LAB – Schools in Session! Join us in the creative experiment lab to become a scientist in your own home. Hosted by James Marsden (voice of Tim), we’ll teach you everything you need to know to pass science class with flying colors.
    • Potato Power
    • Volcano To Go
    • Plastic Fantastic
  • BOSS BABY ART CLASS: HOW TO DRAW – Ever wondered what it would be like to be an animator? Get a firsthand look at how to draw your favorite Boss Baby at home with this fun drawing tutorial. Hosted by Catherine Rader, one of the lead story animators of The Boss Baby: Family Business, you’ll see step by step how to bring this big baby to life.
    • Boss Baby (Ted)
    • Tina
    • Precious Templeton
  • FEATURE COMMENTARY – Feature Commentary with Director/Exec. Producer Tom McGrath, Producer Jeff Hermann and Production Designer Raymond Zibach.

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