Not bad, rather educational. A bit corny, but good for 5th/6th graders.
I actually watched this movie in my health class, and it is rather educational. Most of the inappropriate stuff is just potty humor. It does give some good facts about the human body, and the main character is very brave. However, this movie has its drawbacks too. Some of the "violence" did not scare me at all, but it might scare some younger children, since the main character is this red creepy guy (E. coli). I did not really catch any language, but there might have been some language references. The sexual content was a tad bit much for a movie geared towards 6-8 year olds (as I could tell); let me be specific. There is some kissing, and in a club a germ in a very skimpy, lingerie-like outfits dances (just shaking rear back and forth; the rear is not shown). Also, Osmosis flirts with a woman and asks her if she wants to "hook up", which younger children might not understand. The potty humor is slightly nauseating sometimes (a guy is shown throwing up), and a little too frequent, but that is common in these cartoon, early 2000s type of movies. Oh, and the dad dies at the ends, but it's only clinical, he later shows to be alive. Overall, not a bad movie for older kids and young tweens (the corny plot and potty humor will bore older ones), especially those taking life/human body classes. Surprisingly educational.
This title contains:
Positive role models
Violence & scariness