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A couple secretly worked to crack the code to 'baby talk,' a highly sophisticated language that allows babies to communicate their innate knowledge of the secrets of the universe. The adventure continues with a new generation of talking toddlers.
PROFANITY: None. SEX/NUDITY: None. VIOLENCE: Silly, non-graphic action violence played for laughs. DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Some alcohol and tobacco. ACTION: Many comical fight and chase scenes involving babies. COMEDY: Silly verbal and physical humor involving babies; some toilet gags.
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USA TodayFull Review Poor Here's a late-August dog-days atrocity from the 'aren't farts funny?' school of filmmaking. It's a sequel to 1999's Baby Geniuses, a slam-dunk pick for one of the worst comedies ever.
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OPINION OVERVIEW The following is the original "What's Worth
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We only collected 29 moviegoer opinions. Not a well attended movie. Apparently moviegoers were correct in avoiding this movie because a very high percentage didn't enjoy it at all. Children rated it high and I suppose theirs is the most important opinion anyway. However parents, if you can simply drop off the kids and go see another movie that would likely be preferable.
The adventure continues with a new generation of talking toddlers. This time, the baby geniuses find themselves at the center of a nefarious scheme led by powerful media mogul Bill Biscane (Jon Voight). Joining the babies in their battle against evil is a legendary baby named Kahuna (Leo, Myles and Gerry Fitzgerald). Part ultra-cool spy, part superhero, Kahuna joins babies Archie (Michael & Max Iles), Finkleman (Jordan & Jared Scheideman), Alex (Joshua & Maxwell Lockhart) and Rosita (Maia & Keana Bastidas) in a race against time to stop the villainous Biscane from using his state-of-the-art satellite system to control the minds of the world's population.
Biscane intends to put his plan into action by launching the world's largest children's television network from BobbinsWorld, an elite daycare center where the babies are enrolled. Stan Bobbins (Scott Baio) and his wife, Jean (Vanessa Angel), unwittingly become involved in the plot when they agree to partner with Biscane in launching the network.
Jean's niece Kylie (Skyler Shaye) also gets caught up in the escapade when she accidentally gains control of a disk needed by Biscane to put his plan into action. Soon Biscane and his thugs are hot on the trail of Kahuna and the babies who have taken refuge at a high-tech compound where they unite to foil his dastardly scheme.