Antboy 3

Movie review by Brian Costello, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 10+

Quirky superhero sequel has potty humor, action violence.

NR 2016 84 minutes

Parents say

age 10+

Based on 1 review

Kids say

age 6+

Based on 1 review

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The Fun continues!

In Antboy 3 we see a Pelle now in his adolescence as the writers continue their streak of mostly clean, enjoyable kid drama. Antboy's arch enemy "Flea" is released from prison and intent on getting his formula that has given him super powers in the past. I continue to be impressed by the positive messages conveyed in the plot. Forgiveness, kindness and loyalty are major components to the plot(as in the second instalment). We also see a character repent of his errors/sins and join the side of good, somewhat unexpectedly. One use of God's name in vain and the use of the word "smart_ _ _" in a name calling scene between Antboy and his sidekick William, but still a really tame movie in terms of offensive material. Fun and exciting story for the young and young of heart. I'd go for the 10 and up on this one.

This title has:

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