Parents' Guide to

Danger Force

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Cheesy comedy spin-off has fantasy violence, no substance.

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age 7+

Based on 10 parent reviews

age 8+

age 2+

Childish, cheap remix, bad actors

This is way too colourful and childish, Henry danger had a more realistic storylines and characters while danger force is a remix of all of Henry dangers cast, Charlotte=Mika, Henry=Awol, piper=chopper, Jasper=Bose, and they overdue all of the characters Bose acts to stupid, Mika doesn't even act that smart, Chopper who has a somehow baby face is a acting as a tough character, nothing is even special about Awol, most of the villainess sucks, they made powerful villainess in Henry danger weak in danger force 🔥🔥

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (10 ):
Kids say (55 ):

This colorful and silly live-action comedy offers the same cheese humor as the show it was spun from. Captain Man is still his obnoxious self while struggling to keep his young sidekicks in order. Meanwhile, his young crew always manages to cause mischief and wreak havoc. This, along with trying to find ways to stop foolhardy villains, is the glue that holds the series together. But despite having limited substance, Danger Force is lighthearted and fun enough; it could just be a lot better.

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