Netflix’s Boss Baby: Get That Baby! Review: Cool and Innovative!

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New on Netflix is Boss Baby: Get That Baby!. It is a 24-minute film which is sure to engage children and their parents as well. If you have already watched the previous Boss Baby movies, be assured that this movie is not anything like the other ones you have watched. Netflix for sure has put a lot of thought into creating this content for children. Boss Baby: Get That Baby! has been a surprise for me because, personally, I have not come across content similar to this.

Boss Baby: Get That Baby

In the current times, needless to mention, it has been quite a task to manage children and keep up with their needs considering that these recent times have left all the little ones confused and worse, bored! This new film on Netflix will help parents keep their children entertained and busy for a while. 

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A little about this Netflix Original film that I have raved about in the previous paragraph, Boss Baby: Get That Baby! is an interactive film. What they mean when they refer to the film being interactive is that this film proceeds with the help of a VR training simulator.

Boss Baby: Get That Baby

This interactive VR training simulator will engage your children through situations at the Baby Corp. The film will almost feel like a video game that you and your child can engage with. It begins with introducing the plot to the audience which speaks about the various roles that the audience can take up while watching the film.

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Other characters of the Boss Baby film such as Jimbo and Staci show up from time to time helping the audience to navigate through the various situations that the film has. All that you have to do is help your child choose from simple binary choices. 

Fun, engaging and entertaining! 

Boss Baby: Get That Baby! is a film that strictly focusses on children and their experiences while watching and engaging with the film.

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Existing fans of the series of films will also enjoy and they can hope to find something very interesting and unique in store for them. If your child loves Boss Baby, you are going to be happy with this one too! The film will present situations to you which are happening at the Baby Corp and the characters at Baby Corp need your help to choose from options which are binary and simple.

Boss Baby: Get That Baby

Through these options that are presented, your child will engage with the film more and understand the situations better. These decisions that we are talking about are simple dichotomous yes/no situations. Through dialogues, children are actively encouraged to make decisions to understand the situation better! 

Boss Baby: Get That Baby! will feel like a video game

The film almost feels like you are in the middle of a video game because these options will determine the next move that the characters take up. It also, very interesting, gives the audience a choice to go back and re-choose an option which will again show how the film would have progressed if another option was chosen.

Although the film runs for last than half an hour, the option of going back and re-choosing can keep children entertained for well over an hour and will keep them highly entertained.

Overall verdict, please watch the film with your little one(s) because this will definitely be fun for you and the children. This will help them learn and understand all while keeping them super entertained!

Boss Baby: Get That Baby! is streaming on Netflix.

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Netflix Originals present to you 'Boss Baby: Get That Baby!', a uniquely new and interactive watch for children. This film engages children like a video game.

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