Kid reviews for Spin

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Common Sense says

age 7+

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Parents say

age 6+

Based on 1 review

Kids say

age 6+

Based on 3 reviews

age 7+

A fun entertaining family movie with a great message.

The new Disney channel original movie "Spin" follows the story of a 15 year old music loving beautiful Indian girl, Rhea, who is good at coding and choosing the best music track for every occasion, finds a crush on cute British transfer student, Max, who appears to be a deejay and Rhea explores what she is really good at along with her crush. This movie portraits an awesome Indian restaurant called "Spirit Of India" owned by Rhea's father, which has a Sunday Dinner Rush with Rhea's Nani's (Grandma) special Hindi dance performance. This restaurant always plays the playlists created by Rhea who also helps her father in serving on night rushes. When she meets Max, she learns how to spin (how to deejay) and realizes she is way better than Max in choosing the best songs to mix which is basically the main thing in deejaying. The film gives messages that parents must let children to follow their passions and gain happiness in their lives instead of working down to their bones, and that everything that happens around us have hidden music. This film even teaches the basics of deejaying too. Actually, the ending could've been better. Max's mom wasn't shown at all in the DJ competition where he competed and he just walked away when Rhea won, who also didn't thank Max for teaching her to DJ. That wasn't so good to me. Also the story was a bit predictable yet it was entertaining. Anyway, even this is a TV movie it didn't have that dumb, lazy kind of direction. I loved the directing, the film and the Hindi remixes too. Spin is a beautiful, heart-warming, sweet movie which would be great if it gets a sequel.

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Great messages
age 7+

Simple Family Fun

This is a simple teen story about finding purpose/passion in life and moving out of the bubble that parents may inflict on children. The main character is given some pressure from her father, and hurt by a person she thought was her friend - but nothing too dramatic or scary.

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Great messages
age 5+

This is one of the best movies out there!

This movie is one of the few movies i can relate to as a kid, the drama, family problems, and most importantly, friendship! i recommend you watch.

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Great messages
Great role models