The Amazing Maurice

Movie review by Kat Halstead, Common Sense Media
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age 8+

Fun Pratchett adaptation has mature themes, scary scenes.

PG 2022 93 minutes

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Based on 5 reviews

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age 7+

Fun action animated movie with silliness and Terry Patchett

I went to see this because I’m a huge Terry Pratchett fan, and I loved it. Three 11 year old boys were dragged along with me, and they all enjoyed it too. Lots of action, lots of silliness, some long words.

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age 8+
As a Terry Pratchet fan, I really enjoyed this, as did my 10yo. Unfortunately the ads made it seem more light-hearted than it is and my 7yo was quite scared of The Rat King; he's large, threatening, has glowing eyes, and harms those who don't bend to his will. My daughter cried herself to sleep, poor love. I think if she was a year older, she would have been fine. While I regret taking her and distressing her, it remains a good and quirky film.

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