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Parents' Guide to

Care Bears: Oopsy Does It!

By Nancy Davis Kho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Part caring/sharing and part toy ad for ages 4-6.

Movie G 2007 71 minutes
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What you will—and won't—find in this movie.

Community Reviews

age 5+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 8+


SEEN IT I LOVE THE MOVIE BECAUSE I SAW IT ON AMAZON FIRESTICK, TV THIS MOVIE IS THE BEST FOR ALL AGES i could see it again with my niece and nephew since i'm an uncle because my sister was married in 2006 i loved it because oopsy bear was a nice loveable care bear since he destroyed woohoo world in the movie by accident its ok to make mistakes since we all do mistakes you could buy this movie on dvd or XBOX 360 or watch it on your LG(lifes great) TV its not nice to not accept apologies because i think its rude, it can be sometimes scary because of the care taker machine or the villain with the exoskeleton

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
age 3+

Fine for toddlers, bad guy is a cute bear in a big metal suit

Very cloying and annoying to ME, but my 3 year old son loves it. The only concern is some smaller children may be afraid of the "bad guy" but he is revealed to be a tiny bear in a big metal suit of armor, so he gets defanged pretty well. Good messages: teamwork, its okay to make mistakes, family

This title has:

Great messages

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (3 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

There's little to worry about in a movie where the main characters are named Cheer, Funshine, and Share. Even Grizzle's plot to capture the bears' Belly Badges is a fun amusement park ride that has the victims begging for more. For the 4-6 year-old set, this straightforward tale has just enough drama in Grizzle's antics to keep it mildly interesting. But for the most part, the action is predictable and the relentlessly cheery characters will be a turn-off for older kids. Caregivers who do sit through this may anjoy Grizzle's funny lines and heavy-duty Napoleon complex.

A bouncy soundtrack and colorful animation heavy on hearts, puffy clouds, and rainbows are the perfect accompaniment to the lighthearted action. The Belly Badges that differentiate the three-dimensional bears are on vivid display, and may lead kids to collect them at the local toy store (surely part of the motivation behind the movie).

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