Parents' Guide to

Leroy & Stitch

By Teresa Talerico, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

More lively fun with Lilo, Stitch, and friends.

Movie G 2006 73 minutes
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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this movie.

Community Reviews

age 5+

Based on 4 parent reviews

age 6+


Let's just say, it's not the best. We watched this last night on Disney+ and a short part of it I didn't see (mainly because I was eating pizza). I wanted to give this 2 stars, but next to it, it said "disappointing". It wasn't really disappointing. It's just...not my favorite. The first and second movie were better.
age 6+

Watched with my 4 and 5 yo

I opted to watch this with my girls vs the original based off reviews. Overall it was ok. Heads-up on a couple of words: Stupid and useless Blubber butt Idiot Some girls are not nice to Lilo calling her a Weirdo. There is "laser" Gun violence including Jamba having a gun put to his head so that he creates an experiment against his will. Leroy is a little scary at times and the fight scene btwn Leroy and Stich can be a little intense for sensitive lil ones. Mom's wardrobe consists mainly of midriff tops.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (4 ):
Kids say (4 ):

A lively and fun romp through Planet Turo, Hawaii, and a galaxy or two, LEROY AND STITCH continues the energy and entertainment of earlier Stitch cartoons. Much of the dialogue is quite witty, although some humor may be a little advanced for kids, as when Hamsterviel explains what a rhetorical question is in a hilarious exchange with sidekick Gantu. Dr. Hamsterviel is more amusing than scary in his scene-stealing tirades. The fight scene is fairly innocent, and actually somewhat cute, as the various pastel-colored experiments use their special powers to fight the clones.

The overall message is one of understanding, karma, and the journey of discovering where you belong in the world. Throw in a few toe-tapping Elvis tunes, and this movie rocks.

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