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DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games

By Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Action-packed superhero tale has lots of cartoon violence.

Movie NR 2017 76 minutes
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age 7+

Based on 1 parent review

age 7+

Pretty decent, has good messages for girls

This movie was funny, upbeat and ultimately a good watch, though I'd recommend children watching it with a parent or family member who is familiar with the DC universe, so they could explain who the guest characters in this movie are.

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models

Is It Any Good?

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A clever sibling rivalry story and the intriguing prospect of seeing the female superheroes in a reimagining of an Olympic game competition get lost in a story in which action fills the screen. The game events pass in the blink of an eye, while a food fight seems to go on forever. DC SuperHero Girls: The Intergalactic Games finds the girls waging mighty battles on several fronts, mostly against established villains with long histories in the DC world. Unfortunately, only a few of the ongoing characters (such as Big Barda and Starfire/Blackfire) are detailed so viewers understand their roles in the franchise. Others (such as Brainiac, Granny Goodness, Katana, and Bumblebee) are simply threats or heroes of the moment. Still, having girls at the center of a cartoon mayhem-fest has its charms. This is best for kids with a background in all things DC and OK as an "actioner" for kids who are comfortable with pretend violence.

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