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By Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Romantic bliss in beautiful, mature animated special.

TV Netflix Drama 2022
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age 18+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 17+

Decent animated film about a romance, absolutely not for kids.

Good movie, your child will want to watch it if they are a kid cudi fan. Strong cast. Great animation and clever visuals. A really nice exploration of love. This is a rare occasion that common sense have been too conservative with the rating. Has extremely explicit sexual content. You don't see nudity but a large portion of film basically revolves around the in depth discussion of sex. Several masturbation scenes. Very graphic sex scenes. Characters frequently shown getting drunk and smoking weed. Frequent strong language. Not for the kiddies.
age 18+

Pliz pliz only for 18+ sex scenes are visual and weird spoilt mind sht

It's an ok movie really..But don't ever ever watch it with your kids or show it to them this movie will spoil them...they is a part where they go to a VAg*na party and people r dressed in vag*na scenes r really even more visual in series... smoking drugs... language 18+....even

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (4 ):

Romantic and dreamy, this animated special for adults is surprisingly relatable for a narrative in which pixilated lovers literally ascend into the stars when overcome by emotions. The truth is that the visuals in Entergalactic are surreal and trippy (a candy-colored NYC, a bicycle that doubles for a rocket ship, a comic book character who smirks from walls and pages), but the emotions are all too humble and human, telling a simple story of a sincere boy and a hopeful girl who meet, strike sparks, experience conflict, and then find a way to come together once more.

Jabari, our hero who's just landed his dream job at a comics publisher, has absolutely no intention of disrupting his cool new NYC bachelor existence, just as Meadow, his impossibly cool artist neighbor doesn't want to complicate her struggle for career legitimacy with emotions. No matter. The dreamy music and visuals show us how right they are for each other, at first hesitant and nervous, yet drawn to each other. Later, we see their bliss as their hands and bodies entwine (the sex scenes are a shade more explicit than parents may feel comfortable watching with kids), their connection sending them into a pastel galaxy dotted with planets and stars. It's a potent visual metaphor for the soaring bliss of romantic connection, and viewers will truly, delightfully, feel the love.

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