One of the best animated films since WALL-E.
Spoilers ahead: be warned.
Next-Gen is a visually-striking animated film about a girl named Mai who hates robots, although everyone has one.
In the beginning, Mai has a lucky meeting with 7723, a side-project of Dr. Tanner Rice, who is a minion of Justin Pin/Ares, the main antagonist of the movie. Mai is soon escorted out by security bots, and 7723 is left with her backpack in hand. After Mai is escorted, 7723 tries to return her backpack, but is shot down by more security bots, and is left damaged and with no external memory unit. 7723 finally gets back to Mai's house, where he returns the backpack and shoots an insane robot toothbrush that belonged to Mai. The whole adventure begins from there, but I won't get in depth with that part.
Violence: 7.5/10: Many laser-based weapons are fired, and Dr. Tanner Rice is vaporized by Ares later in the film. Gen 6 robots are also rigged to explode by Ares, with his plan being to kill all owners of Gen 6s.
Sex/Nudity: 1/10: Some suggestive lyrics in songs.
Language: 5/10: Mai's dog Momo has quite the potty mouth, but it is all bleeped out by 7723's built in profanity filter system.
Drinking/Drug Reference: 0/10
Overall rating: 10/10, must watch.
If you or your kids are a fan of WALL-E or Big Hero 6, this movie is a must watch for the entire family. 7723 is like an amalgamation of WALL-E and Baymax, and I mean that in the best possible way. Heck, I watched the trailer and knew I would love it. I was hyped for September 7th to come around when I saw the trailer actually. I hope a sequel comes out some-time later.