Baby Geniuses – Honest Movie Review
Scientist hold talking, super-intelligent babies captive, but things take a turn for the worse when a mix-up occurs between a baby genius and its twin.
Several factors work together in making Baby Geniuses a joyless viewing experience. Let’s start with the abuse of digital effects so that toddlers mouths and actions can mimic those of adults. The result: supposedly brilliant kids who spend their time parodying Saturday Night Fever and musing about “diaper gravy.” The humor seems to be aimed primarily at a young audience, and certain scenes are obviously inappropriate for them. After the genius Sly escapes by stowing away in a poopie bottoms diaper truck he roughs up a homeless man and takes his clothes, then hops in an unattended stroller and tells the infant girl inside, “Look, I got a problem. Take off your clothes.” “Okay, slick,” she says, “but at least you could take me to dinner first.” He exits the buggy a moment later in her clothes. “Call me,” she says. These scenes combined with the dialogue are really disgusting especially when the “protagonist” is a toddler.
On the other side I can say when the movie came out it was something very attractive to the audience to watch movie trailers, the movie previews were very exciting and promising. After the movie came out people were disappointed like myself, I was expecting something else. I am not going to lie, they make laugh but think at the same time that their jokes were too heavy and over exaggerated. The digital effects of the kids mouths and their movements were too much, and make you feel like if you were watching a video game animation. The storyline It was not that impressive and almost predictable.