The Three Wise Men

TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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age 4+

Charming retelling of first Christmas is great for families.

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age 2+

Great Christmas Story for kids

Overall I thought this was a good movie for my four-year-old to watch for Christmas. It is a good biblical rendition of the birth of Jesus. Some of the animation was a little quirky (King Harold and his minions looked like Lego People and Joseph's head looked like a banana). Common Sense had zero for scare factor (I would say 1-2). The story, narration, and music are excellent. I am glad Amazon made this. It is much better for young kids than some of the older stories such as Little Drummer Boy (which I love but scares my son).

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