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In this sequel to one of the great bad movies of all time, Kahuna (as in the big...) rescues children and talks to them in fake baby talk. He sticks up for his fellow babies against the evil Bill Biscane (Jon Voight). Biscane is trying to turn babies' minds to mush through bad television. "I'm your worst nightmare, a small fry with a big attitude!" Kahuna sort of pronounces before he does his version of Home Alone 1, 2, 3 and 4 and goes after Biscane and his crew. While no one gets too hurt, it's still bizarre to see babies acting violently... In a final reassuring sop to parents, it turns out that all the gooing and gaggahing of the babies are really deep thoughts.
Is it any good?
Toddlers acting cute -- sort of, well, not really, well, actually, SUPER BABIES: BABY GENIUSES 2 may be the most irritating movie of the year. Digitally animated mouths move and smart aleck things drop out. This film turns out to be as incomprehensible as their mutterings, and if you feel the need to see something talk that shouldn't, rent Babe.
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