This movie was full of nauseating imagery that was NOT okay for children. I am an older sister (23) and even I thought there was unjustified nudity and inuendos sprinkled throughout. Not even subtle!!! The agendas were also incredibly obvious. I also DID NOT like the amount of violence in this film... Def not a kids film. I really want my money back. This was the crappiest movie I've seen thus far.
I was not at all pleased with the multiple scenes of a naked character. A nod to "Fifty shades of yay." This was supposed to be a family movie. There were very loud ideologies forced throughout the movie and I am sad it had so many positive reviews from those that indicate they are for family values.
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Miranda D.Reviewed in the United States on March 10, 2020
I'm an adult but I take my kiddos to see movies regularly. I'm not usually overly impressed... but THIS movie had us all giggling from start to finish. We all loved it and were counting down the days until we could buy it! So excited!!!! You will not be disappointed. It appeals to small children and the parents! :)
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EthicReviewed in the United States on March 14, 2020
The movie itself was good. But there are some things I wish they omitted like sever explicit violence in detail. In the lab they show human (figures) being set to fire and beheaded.... Facts given on where to hit a person for them to pass out. Stuff like that. If your child is old enough not to try it at home go ahead otherwise be cautious.
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WAFSReviewed in the United States on March 24, 2020
We were too prone to imagine this being like Men in Black with Wil Smith. It was terrible. Barely a plot and so much progressive propaganda slipped in. If I wanted a sermon, I could just listen to one instead of this one disguised as a movie.