Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2
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Directed by Bob Clark, Super Babies: Baby Geniuses 2 follows a new generation of ultra-smart talking toddlers who have landed in the center of a dastardly scheme perpetrated by media mogul Bill Biscane (Jon Voight). With the help of Kahuna (Leo, Myles, and Gerry Fitzgerald); part spy, part superhero, all baby Archie (Michael and Max Iles); Finkleman (Jordan and Jared Scheiderman); Alex (Joshua and Maxwell Lockhart); and Rosita (Keana and Maia Bastidas), the youngsters set off in hopes of preventing Biscane from launching a state-of-the-art satellite system which, if successful, would be… More
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"That's the thing about children when it comes to movies: They're not that discriminating. They can be perilously easy to please, which is why it's important that their parents protect them from films like Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2."
‑ Ellen Fox, Chicago Tribune
‑ J. R. Jones, Chicago Reader
"I found this all profoundly disturbing."
‑ Christopher Borrelli, Toledo Blade
"These babies need a time out."
‑ Common Sense Media Editors, Common Sense Media
"[It's] the sort of intellectually offensive children's movie one would make if one knew nothing about children."
‑ David Cornelius,
"Unspeakably ghastly."
‑ Joanne Kaufman, Wall Street Journal
"No worry about brainwashing kids through this movie, though. They probably won't be that entertained."
‑ Nancy Churnin, Dallas Morning News
"This is one of those what-could-they-have-been-thinking movies."
‑ Leah Rozen, People Magazine
"Apart from Jon Voight, slumming and turning in a rather droll, if lonely, performance as the German-accented villain, the movie amounts to cynical, cutesy claptrap."
‑ Jane Horwitz, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"Clark's CGI-induced rugrat romp is about as inspiring in its hilarity as a diaper rash. Exceedingly nonsensical and...excuse the intended pun-infantile"
‑ Frank Ochieng, Movie Eye
"Why? Seriously, why? Why would anyone make a sequel to Baby Geniuses, a 1999 film whose existence, from its title on down, appeared to be a cruel joke about the gullibility of the lowest common denominator?"
‑ Nathan Rabin, AV Club
"The action sequences are phony-looking; the dialogue sounds largely improvised on the fly; the laughs are few and far between; and the acting ... is, to put it kindly, wooden."
‑ Michael O'Sullivan, Washington Post
"The first Baby Geniuses, released in 1999, was one of the most inane, humorless, ill-conceived, poorly acted comedies of the year. As difficult as it is to imagine, the sequel is even worse."
‑ Jean Oppenheimer, New Times
"Camp primer for the Huggies Pull-Ups crowd."
‑ Eric Henderson, Slant Magazine
"Like dadaist art, Baby Geniuses challenge the artist-audience contract: We *hear* the babies talking, but we clearly *see* that they aren't."
‑ Stephen Himes, Flak Magazine
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