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Mr. Magoo (2019)

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Fun update about disaster-prone man has fantasy violence.

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This amusing installment of the Mr. Magoo franchise features lots of entertaining moments as the oblivious Mr. Magoo happily navigates through life thinking that he's in control. The ever loyal Angus goes to great lengths to keep him from getting hurt, often at his own expense, which leads to lots of slapstick humor. Also fun is Hamster Fizz's megalomaniacal efforts and odd inventions, which underscore his desperation to be relevant. Despite some of the more nuanced humor that will go over kids' heads, there are enough falls, crashes, singed hair-filled mishaps, and comical near-death experiences to keep them entertained. Overall, Mr. Magoo creates an enjoyable viewing experience that classic cartoon fans of all ages will enjoy.

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