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
Jon Voight reportedly based the role of Kane on descriptions of Dr. Josef Mengele, the infamous Nazi doctor that performed grotesque experiments on prisoners in concentration camps. See more »
Don't you worry, little baby, I'll feed you, I'll take care of you, I'll even change your diaper.
I'm warning you, Crowe, I'm Bill Biscane and if you touch my diapers you're fired.
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The US DVD release is a "Family Edition," slightly edited for content (specifically, some material in chapters 21 and 22). Guns were edited out of the film. See more »
I took two kids (nine and four) to see this movie. I knew it wouldn't be good, because the first one wasn't, and this one is a sequel starring Scott Baio. Now I volunteer to watch bad movies, and I'm easily amused, but I had no idea it would be like this. Never have I wanted so badly to dig my eyes out with a spoon. Everyone in the cast could benefit from a lobotomy. I don't count the actual babies because I'm not convinced they were real. The teen romance is on par with the touching love story in "Young Lust in the Leper Colony". And there was... a moral? Somewhere? Yeah, the moral is children are idiots, parents are suckers, and you'll watch our brain-damaging movies and like them. This movie makes me nostalgic for "Glitter", "From Justin To Kelly" and "Manos: The Hands of Fate". And I would rather be nailed to a chair and forced to watch those three films back to back for a week, than sit through this piece of s**t movie, ever again.
For the record, I had a blinding headache after the first 20 minutes, the four year old threw up, and the nine year old fell asleep. So nobody wins.
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