My wife and I took the twins, 4 years old, and the baby, 3 years old, and found myself buying popcorn just to keep them in their seats. This is not a movie for the young ones, if fact, I had to take my baby girl our a couple of times to make sure she didn't disturbed the audience. The problem with this movie is that the action scenes are too far apart from each other, making the story interesting for older kids or parents by themselves. My wife gives the movie a good review and tells me that if I had seen it without the two visits to the restroom and the three visits to buy more candy. Other than that, the actions scenes keep the kids without moving a finger, but I was really concerned with the violence of the last 10 minutes, it was too graphic for my taste and I was wondering if it was going to be too much for the twins.
It made me realize that I could not take them to see "Iron Man", so instead we opted to see "Kun Fu Panda" for a second time (read my review in the adults section of that movie).
So if you want to enjoy this green monster, don't take young kids to the movie, you will have to buy at least five bags of popcorn and how they don't throw up. I just can't wait for them to grow up and see all the summer movies!
I give this movie five popcorn bags, the lowest score for a 4 year old. Don't take your kids, please, or you will have to spend a lot of "green" to survive the experience.