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Paddington (G)
  • Not recommended for children under 5
  • Parental guidance for children under 7
  • Suitable for children over 7
  • Contains frightening scenes
  • Contains violence and scary scenes
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (PG)
  • Not recommended for children under 5
  • Parental guidance for children under 10
  • Suitable for children over 10
  • Contains frightening scenes
  • Contains sexual references or sexual scenes
  • Contains inappropriate language
Hunger Games, The: Mockingjay Part 1 (M)
  • Not recommended for children under 13
  • Parental guidance for children under 15
  • Suitable for children over 15
  • Includes themes that might confuse or bore children
  • Contains violence and scary scenes
Maya the Bee (G)
  • Parental guidance for children under 6
  • Suitable for children over 6
  • Contains frightening scenes
Pride (M)
  • Not recommended for children under 15
  • Suitable for children over 15
  • Includes themes that might confuse or bore children
  • Contains sexual references or sexual scenes
  • Contains high [low] level of nudity
  • Contains inappropriate language
Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet, The (M)
  • Not recommended for children under 13
  • Parental guidance for children over 13
  • Suitable for children over 15
  • Contains disturbing or upsetting scenes
  • Contains violence and scary scenes
  • Includes themes that might confuse or bore children
  • Contains inappropriate language
One Direction: Where We Are (G)
  • Parental guidance for children under 8
  • Suitable for children over 8
  • Includes themes that might confuse or bore children
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Our movie reviews section provides recommendations, reviews and easy-to-understand classifications for the latest children’s movies. The reviews focus on ensuring that the content of the movie is suitable to your child’s level of maturity and understanding.

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