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Arthur and the Invisibles 2 & 3: The New Minimoy Adventures

By Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Sequels offer more peril and scares than original.

Movie PG 2013 196 minutes
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Serving up high adventure, giant insects and bugs, and a lively, hyper-active otherworld of the things that go bump in the backyard, the movie offers plenty to entertain kids. though younger kids may have nightmares after extended viewing of some of these beastly characters, and parents will want to address that cigar explosion.

Otherwise, parents can get behind the pro-nature, pro-family angle, and will likely thoroughly enjoy Lou Reed as the pensive bad guy Maltazard. FYI: Arthur 2 is considerably less action- and violence-oriented than the third installment, but the third installment has all the fun.

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