Absolutely fine for younger children
My two-year-old absolutely loves the movie because it portrays many babies and she's at a stage where she loves babies. My eleven-year-old thought it was really funny as well. Not sure why another reviewer said that it was highly inappropriate with negative language and other jokes that are inappropriate for children, but it is in no way that extreme in its content. It is most certainly nothing like Family Guy, The Simpsons, American Dad, or anything of that nature (all of which are rated TV-14 and Boss Baby is rated PG). There are many sarcastic jokes, but not inappropriate. I really would not say that this needs to be shown to somebody 15 years old and older. I am very strict with what my children watch, and I had absolutely no problem with my two-year-old and my 11 year-old watching this. I do agree that there are some jokes here in there that are for parent benefit, but if your child has no clue about what those jokes mean, and they should have no clue if you do shelter your child (and I mean shelter in a positive way, meaning keeping inappropriate things out of there schema, presenting it in appropriate ways at appropriate ages), then it is simply there for parent enjoyment and provides no inappropriate content for a child that has no clue what it could possibly mean. I would not call it the best animated film of all time, but it is cute and was pleasurable for my children to watch. I do think that it gives a very good message of how to accept having a new sibling and the difficulties that can arise especially when the initial child is so much older than the second child. It was really nice for our particular situation as that's the case for us. All in all it's not the most entertaining of movies, but it is definitely appropriate for all children. I would say any age range would enjoy this movie, however a child 15 years or older probably would find it quite boring because it is in no way geared towards that age group. It is a fantasy type movie best suited for children ages 2 to possibly 12. Since my 11 year old is very innocent, and not like most 11 year olds today, she tends to enjoy more younger, childlike movies.