Parent of a 17 year oldWritten bylove2September 27, 2009
OFF for 6 but ON for 7.
the movie is way to vilont and there is a little bit to much flirting that goes on between aurther and princess salina. so kids 6 and under i dont recomend letting them watch it but i do recomend letting kids 7 and older watch it.
I took my 8 year old daughter and 4 year old son. We were all on the edge of our seats. Its was just plain fun! It is surely a fairy tale with all the pleasure one can bring. It even sparked discussions in my children of irrigation systems and protecting the environment. I would recommend this movie to anyone.
A little stereotypical in places, but the kids loved it. Ages range from 4 to 10, and not only did they all sit in rapt silence, they're still talking about it 2 days later - both are almost unheard of. They were fascinated with all of the "ingenious" ideas, particularly the irrigation system, but the movie just held their attention from start to finish. Would highly recommend.
We saw this in the theater and then bought the movie. Both my 4-year old daughter and my 7-year old son like the movie. They are just getting to where they will watch movies that aren't animated so this was a good transition movie for them.
Parent of a 4 and 6 year oldWritten bycyrilAugust 18, 2013
fun for all ages
The story is a bit complex for younger ones to follow in detail, but they can still keep up with the story and enjoy the concept of the Minimoys thriving life in Arthur's garden. My boys and I loved it. The Villains are approchable. My younger son said he wasn't scared and even complained "nobody died". LOL