Parents need to know that the Hansel and Gretel-inspired Secret Magic Control Agency has nonstop action and cartoon violence, as well as some potentially scary situations and characters. As in the original Brothers Grimm tale, orphaned siblings Hansel (voiced by Nicholas Corda and Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld) and Gretel (Courtney Shaw) -- in this case, adults transformed temporarily into kids -- are taken in by an old witch in the forest who plans to put them to sleep and eat them. She gives them drugged cookies and sharpens a knife in preparation. That's just one scene, and the siblings have resources to escape thanks to Gretel's secret agent training and magical devices like a flying machine. But the two are also threatened by a variety of humans, animals, magical creatures, and animated objects. There are explosions and fires, slaps and punches, ovens and vats, falls and crash landings, electrocution, freeze guns, magical potions, and more. The siblings manage to not only escape unscathed, but also save the kingdom and be given special status by the king, learning in the process how much they love and must rely on each other. Childish taunts include "hustler," "cheat," "charlatan," "con artist," "thief," "brat," "jerk," and "liar." There's some potty humor, and a buxom female in a tight dress and red lipstick tricks the king into marrying her. She and the king kiss a couple of times.