Shortly after the funny adventure of Sly and Whit in Baby Geniuses (1999), a new batch of intellectual toddlers, Archie, and his friends, Finkleman, Alex, and Rosita, find themselves entangled in a nefarious scheme devised by the powerful media mogul, Bill Biscane. However, this time, the babies have an ally in their battle against evil: the ultra-cool super-hero spy, Kahuna. As he joins forces with the baby-team, a race against the clock begins, to stop villainous Biscane from using his state-of-the-art satellite system to control the minds of the kids all over the world. Can the team of super-baby geniuses save the day?Written by
I am truly shocked to see this movie underrated in a such cruel and immature way. THE TRUTH IS THIS MOVIE ROCKS! It's an epic story about freedom, love, patriotism and defending the weak. There's an evil power trying to steal the youth of the new generation and the powers of adults are no good. But luckily there are the super babies, the defenders of all good.
I'm sure you are beginning to understand that with this kind of elements this movie simply cannot be bad, it's just a victim of some immature teenage gang that tries to prevent it from achieving the glory it truly deserves. All I can say to these pre-teen evil doers is: GROW UP! Stop underrating movies like this and go put The Godfather where it belongs, because I can tell you this movie beats the heck out of godfather: I watch Superbabies 2 and The Godfather with my kids and we all fell asleep after 20 minutes from the beginning of The Godfather but even my kids understood the value of this masterpiece (though it's not actually made for children I think, there's some gore and fighting scenes that would surely shock even children over 16.)
Of course Iunderstand that not everyone is capable to see the unlimited depths of the movie, it's just something so touching you can't describe it. That is probably why the teenage gangs have been underrating this movie; they just want to rebel against everything beautiful and real. Great film.
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