The Boss Baby
Never too young to take on the establishment.
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The Boss Baby
Rating & Content Info
Why is The Boss Baby rated PG? The Boss Baby is rated PG by the MPAA for some mild rude humor.
Violence: An imaginative child goes on many adventures, including spy missions, jungle and underwater explorations, and pirate battles. Some scary images and explosions are shown. Mild violence and moments of peril are portrayed. Non-graphic weapons violence, hand-to-hand conflict and slapstick antics are depicted. Characters are chased and captured, verbally and physically threatened, and concerned for their lives as well as those of their loved ones. Some groin hits are shown. Children are left in the care of an evil babysitter.
Sexual Content: Baby’s bare bottoms are frequently shown. Brief frontal nudity is comically digitally pixelated. Potty humor is plentiful. Drool, and other crude bodily functions are depicted. A man dresses as a woman. Brothers bathe together in a tub. Mild sexual innuendo is heard, along with the question, “Where do babies come from?” A puppy sniffs another’s bottom.
Profanity: A term of deity is used. Some name-calling occurs.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Special baby formula has medicinal powers.
Other: The baby Jesus is mentioned.
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Cast and Crew
The Boss Baby is directed by Tom McGrath and stars Alec Baldwin, Lisa Kudrow, Steve Buscemi.
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In the movie Storks a young boy tries to remind his parent of the joy a baby could bring into their home. Other movies that extoll the importance of family and children include: The Family Man, The Incredibles and Yours, Mine and Ours (1968). The documentary Babies shows how families in different parts of the world raise their little ones.