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Huevos: Little Rooster's Egg-Cellent Adventure

By Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

English-language version of funny, racy rooster tale.

Movie PG 2015 98 minutes
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Community Reviews

age 16+

Based on 1 parent review

age 16+


Wish I had seen this review from CSM before I let my 5 year old watch it. A rating of PG and cute animated chickens and eggs looked safe while standing at the Redbox but she was shocked by the giant's and also the boxing girl's "boobies" showing (more than cleavage) and the image of the long-tounged kissing eggs has scarred her for life I'm sure. As if children needed any ideas about French kissing even at CSM's age rating of 10+. Not happy at all that these images will be stuck in her head. The memory of them far exceeded any "positive" message this movie claimed to teach. Protect your children from pornography in all its innocent appearing forms and teach them the sacredness of their bodies and privacy of special male and female relationship behaviors.

This title has:

Too much sex

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (1 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

American director Melanie Simka has done a wonderful job of reworking the original film by Mexican directors Gabriel Riva, Palacio Alatriste, and Rodolfo Riva. Lots of laugh-out-loud moments and creative homages to earlier classic movies will satisfy audiences who appreciate character-based humor, parody, inventiveness, and well-done slapstick jeopardy. English-language voice actors are uniformly terrific. Each character has its own unique voice and look. Other than the overlong, climactic boxing match and the inclusion of some of the "racier" references, this film works on every level. It has been well-served by the many people in two countries who made it.

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