Zombie Girl: The Movie

Movie review by Jeffrey Anderson, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 13+

Inspirational docu follows a tween horror filmmaker.

NR 2009 89 minutes

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age 13+

zombie girl

It's nice to see a young person reaching for their goal.
age 13+

Good for young teens and older.

This is a film about a real girl, her real family, and a real story of how much work, time, money, and sheer perserverance it takes to achieve a goal. She does it, no matter what. Her parents remind us of how critically important is our support for all our kids dreams. Emily is an inspiration to kids who may be wavering about finishing a project that is taking them a long time to accomplish.

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Too much swearing
Great messages
Great role models

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