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Max Steel: Go, Turbo!

By Brian Costello, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Toy and TV show tie-in has more sci-fi violence than plot.

Movie NR 2015 64 minutes
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There isn't much plot here. The story, such as it is, seems like more of a pretense to generate battle scenes, yelling, and explosions. The characters -- typical teen, evil corporate guy, jock bullies -- aren't exactly the most original, but for those who just want to see sci-fi fights between familiar action figures, this should prove to be an enjoyable hour of entertainment.

For those who want something more from their sci-fi, however, the thinness of the plot and the trite characters will be difficult to contend with, even for younger viewers. Overall, this is best for people who already enjoy Max Steel, either from other movies and TV shows or from the action figures.

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