The Boss Baby HD online is a 2017 American 3D computer-generated comedy movie, largely based on the 2010 picture novel of the same name written and illustrated by Marla Frazee. Produced by DreamWorks Animation, the movie is directed by Tom McGrath and written by Michael McCullers. It features the brilliant voices of Alec Baldwin, Miles Christopher Bakshi, Steve Buscemi, Jimmy Kimmel, Lisa Kudrow and Tobey Maguire.
The Boss Baby HD online story is about an infant who is a secret agent involved in the underground war between babies and puppies. The Boss Baby Sountrack was written by Hans Zimmer and Steve Mazzaro.
Now usually it’s very hard for me to write about comedy or animation notes due to the fact that I can’t relate very well to slapstick music or fooling around; this is Hans Zimmer though and previous experience has proved that, at least for animation he can bring much of the excitement. “Survival of the fittest” is quite as good an opening scene as I could have anticipated for as it throws me right in the astounding action while melting the mood with some 70s jazzy sweet interludes.
I find it interesting how the composers utterly nailed the baby’s point of view: I have a 2-year-old kid and the mood swings are as wide and as surprising as The Boss Baby Sountrack makes them out to be with the continuous back and forth between doomsday stunt and wonderfully playful 70s spy film bass heavy tunes with vocalizations and back to blissful piano swings that make me groove along to the music sitting in my chair and have an extremely optimistic view on life. If I close my eyes I can fantasize a scene like “Welcome to the baby corp” is taken from a 70s European vacation film. Hans’ huge love for Morricone is stated clear in the movie as well and it’s a delight to hear, because is his meticulous way of mentioning classical music compositions in some few pieces.
When the action continues on, The Boss Baby Sountrack is completely refined and feels like fresh bubbly glass of champagne. The whole note is just a schizophrenic delight and I had a smile on my face for the whole time and there was no excess time for filler scenes or leaves any tiresome moment. Hans Zimmer and Steve Mazzaro must have had horrific thrill writing this movie’s story and it almost, almost makes me want to watch a film I would have normally crossed out of my list.
I repeatedly pump up the volume as this musical joyride throws excitements, surprises and blisses at me. If you only want to sample this note to experience if it actually does anything for you, just put on “Super colossal big fat boss baby” and you’ll know what this is all about. But I think it would be a waste not to enjoy the whole infectiously thrill and dynamic composition. For me, a major part from it should also be added in Hans Zimmer’s live program for the 2017 tour.