Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2

Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2

Following on from the plot of the last movie, babies can communicate with each other using 'baby talk', and have an innate knowledge of the secrets of the universe. The baby geniuses become involved in a scheme by media mogul Bill Biscane (Jon Voight). Helping the geniuses is a legendary superbaby named Kahuna. He joins up with several other babies in an attempt to stop Biscane, who intends to use a state-of-the-art satellite system to control the world's population.

A group of smart-talking toddlers use their special abilities to stop a media mogul from altering the minds of children. The toddlers must race against time for the sake of babies all over the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 torrent reviews

Deb S (mx) wrote: What an incredible movie to be made in the face of such high secrecy. If you trust the filmmaker to have the sources claimed you can appreciate the treatment. Gibney pulls together enough named sources to back up his faceless sources. Fascinating film that educates the audience on the whole nuclear buildup in Iran.

Jason H (jp) wrote: unless it's a sad movie

Tom V (nl) wrote: Pretty bad and it's a shame because Larry certainly deserves better!

Mikko S (ag) wrote: A strong Danish film with a mixture of animation and live acting. Tough subject and quite powerful scenes.

Mohammed A (au) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Kurt B (gb) wrote: The graphic animation is less black and white than the predictable story. If that's at all possible.

Charles P (us) wrote: The musical score unifies the beautiful images, drives the storyline, and entices a sort of watchful impartiality.

Orlok W (de) wrote: An exploration into Human Bonding and the old values--Clear, bright and quirky!!

Timeen (es) wrote: I can't believe they made another one of these.......

Davey M (us) wrote: Horror movies are the 20th century fairy tale, and few people have understood that better than Dario Argento. PHENOMENA is one of his best pieces of work, with horrific set pieces, Argento's characteristically striking images, the score that vacillates between the eerie and the throbbing noise of electric guitars, and the sublime, sinister balance of scares, suspense, mystery, and revulsion that only the real masters of the genre ever totally get down. Holding everything together is a beautiful, strange story revolving around the power of the elements and the natural world, with an excellent young Jennifer Connelly at the center--it feels unusually personal and sincere and even moving for an Argento film, and the whole thing just works like gangbusters. One of my favorite horror movies ever.

Hans O (jp) wrote: Absolutely hilarious--and sweet. Podiatry and World War Two food-rationing: such a natural combination. A gem.

Luke B (mx) wrote: AAAAAAHHHHH My fucking eyes and ears. This was horrible. It tried to play itself as some kind of mockumentary, but a very poorly made one. There isn't a single moment of tension thanks to the terrible acting and intrusive voice-over. Some guy literally talks throughout the whole thing. It will give interview type moments and then just a bit of normal narrative. It's a poor effort, but one that could be improved upon.

Steve S (jp) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***

Kevin L (ag) wrote: Most of you don't know who Jenny Slate is, but if you ever watched TV's "Kroll Show" she was quite often the comedic equal to the show's namesake Nick Kroll. Her feature turn is without a doubt the best abortion comedy I have ever seen, and Jenny Slate shines as the scattered protagonist, both with her comedy and the touching dramatic moments lightly peppered in between. I would like to see more vehicles with her in a starring role.....