Kid reviews for The Three Lives of Thomasina

Common Sense says

Cat-centric family classic touches on deep topics.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 10+
Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 5+
Based on 2 reviews
Teen, 16 years old Written byLuka Keats August 16, 2016

One of the Best Films ever! A Masterpiece!

This film is appropriate for everyone and it's very gentle. No Sex or Nudity, no gore, no violence except for when a cat is injured by falling crates, no swearing at all, no alcohol or drugs but a scene when two men smoke. Thomasina (the cat) dies and the Children create a funeral for her but she comes back to life. Overall, she gave three of her nine lives to Mary McDuhi and her father, A loner Witch Lori McGregor and all three of them together. Lori is a great role model. She cares deeply for animals and understands life well. On the other hand Andrew McDuhi (a vet) is stubborn for most of the Film but at the end changes. GREAT FILM FOR CHILDREN AND A GREAT FILM FOR ADULTS AS WELL.

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Teen, 14 years old Written byPoison Ivey October 18, 2009

good movie, nothing bad at all

oh please, CSM, kids aren't that stupid. If you think your kid will be upset that there pet didn't come back, dont let your 2 year old watch it. I haven't seen it in forever, but I do remember it being quite good.