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Kids say

(out of 5 reviews)
AGE
13
QUALITY
 
Review this title!
Kid, 12 years old July 16, 2013
AGE
18
QUALITY
 

a 1

theres another message read the guy shirt when his watching the news its the F word spelt backwards
Kid, 10 years old August 9, 2013
AGE
6
QUALITY
 

Very bad Indian movie, though good message

This movie is pretty violent, but in an animal way. (No humans get hurt.) Though a little cub's father dies from the shotgun of an Indian construction worker, in slow motion. A monkey continues to shout "war"! all the time, which might go over children's heads. A monkey continually tries to murder a parrot, and shows a bear doing disturbing things to him, but at least it has a good message: Protect Nature. A monkey holds a range of weapons that are shown on-screen. 6+
What other families should know
Great messages
Too much violence
Kid, 10 years old October 26, 2014
AGE
8
QUALITY
 

What is everyone talking about?

This movie is THE BEST! My favorite movie! I know, the father gets shot, but this movie was not made for small kids! It's hilarious, the songs are VERY catchy,(I've memorized all the songs) and the message is great! As a warning, there is some innuendo and rude humor, but other then that, it's completely fine! The leopards are great role models! The monkey screaming "WAR!" all the time is not to bad! However, this movie is not for sensitive kids.
What other families should know
Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
Kid, 12 years old February 15, 2014
AGE
14
QUALITY
 

Should be 14+ for moderate violence and upsetting themes (spoilers ahead)

Positive Messages: Explains what is happening to wild animals and the suffering they go through because of humans hunting and killing them and the effects of deforestation. Violence/Gore/Intensity 9/10. Although this film is a PG, it's more violent than others you will see. First of all, about fifteen minutes in the film, the father leopard gets shot with a gun. The scene isn't cut out, you watch the bullet being released and hit the animal, causing him to fall on to the floor (he doesn't survive). Next, the monkey character plans to kill Alex, pulling out two guns while he's asleep. While this is happening, the Monkey thinks what the bear would do to him if he found out he killed Alex (He though the bear would grab him by the neck, throw his head out of the train meaning he smacks against metal poles) Then, the monkey takes out a chainsaw and then has another think (The bear Picks him up by the neck, punching the monkey in an obscene place) Then, takes out a knife instead, but then turns around seeing that Alex has awakened. A few minutes later in the film, The monkey decides to try and kill Alex again, tying him up to a rock so the hyenas get him. Suddenly, they appear attacking the leopard cub, it's mother, the monkey and Alex. A frightening fight goes on between them, involving punching, elbowing, biting, clawing and throwing. A gang of bees chase the characters, because the monkey threatened to squash Alex with a rock, but accidentally hit the bee hive with it. Some characters get stung, and it seemed painful. Humans threaten to shoot Alex. There is more violence to be aware of too, and gets worse as the film goes along. Sex/Innuendos 8/10. Alex says the word "Such a hottie" a few times during the film. The monkey character pees right in front of the screen but only shows his face. Some kissing and hugging/cuddling. Two humans are sitting in the garden of a house. The man rubs the woman's leg, holding her and sounding suggestive, and near the end of the movie, the same man and woman are on the couch watching T.V, while to woman is laid down. Can't see anything, but her hand stroking his face. Some crude humor and innuendos to be aware of too. Language 4/10. Some name calling like "Idiot, Stupid" and others too. One use profanity, "Good god" and rude jokes. Drinking/Drugs/Smoking 4/10. Alex and the monkey appear to be drunk, with their speech sounding different. They don't drink alcohol but coconut juice.
What other families should know
Great messages
Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
Kid, 10 years old August 23, 2013
AGE
18
QUALITY
 

BEWARE OF DELHI SAFARI

When I put NOT FOR KIDS up on my review, I mean that for parents too. This movie stinks. The songs are silly, the parrot is weird, and monkeys love war. That's really unrealistic. Also, no violence concerned, a dad dies. And the little cub is so sad. And he also has to leave his home. As much as there's a 'saving the forest' meaning. Don't waste time on this. I watched this with my cousins and it was really silly. I couldn't stand it. "Pump out the monkey, pump out the monkey." Now that was just stupid. Please, time is precious, and this SO isn't.