The Boss Baby's Top Secret Tips for a Family Movie Night

What goes into a perfect movie night?  Is it having the right snacks, the right movie, the activities you do?  We took the challenge to plan the perfect movie night with DreamWorks' The Boss Baby.

Can you plan a movie night up to the Boss' standards?  We had to try!

The Boss Baby's Top Secret Tips for a Family Movie Night

#1 Assemble Your Team - We invited a few friends over to join us for the movie.  None of the kids had seen it, so it made for a great relaxing evening.

#2 Proper Nourishment is a Must - Cookies are for closers after all, and chocolate chip cookies are pretty much the top of the cookie echelon.  Secret formula is a necessity too, but we prefer ours in the ice cream float form.

#3 Take Notes - You'll never know when you need them.  We had fun coloring Boss Baby pictures, although my kids were more inclined to design him a new suit.  Movie nights are much more fun with something to do, so print out a coloring page or a game and give it a try!

We loved getting to check out Boss Baby too.  It's been on the kids' to-see list for awhile, but we hadn't had a chance to watch it before movie night.
DreamWorks Animation invites you to meet a most unusual baby when THE BOSS BABY, the “wildly funny” adventure comedy of the year arrives on Digital HD July 4 and on Blu-ray and DVD on July 25. Seven-year-old Tim Templeton suddenly finds his share of parental love plummeting when his new baby brother (Alec Baldwin) arrives — wearing a suit and toting a briefcase — and makes it clear to everyone that he’s in charge. But when Tim discovers that Boss Baby is on a secret mission, he reluctantly agrees to team up with his pint-sized sibling for an epic adventure that might just change the world!
What are your family plans for a movie night? Do you choose themes to fit or just cuddle up with a good movie, popcorn, and drinks?

Disclaimer: Fox Home Entertainment Insiders sent us copies of The Boss Baby as well as movie night goodies for the purpose of this post.  All opinions are my own.