Lincoln Loud (voiced by Asher Bishop) lives in Royal Wood, USA, with his mother, father and 10 talented sisters, Lori, Leni, Luna, Luan, Lynn, Lucy, Lola, Lana, Lisa and Lily. Feeling that he’s always in his sisters’ shadows, Lincoln longs for something that will make him as special as they are.
After discovering his family is the ancestral owner of Loch Loud in Scotland, Lincoln takes over as the rightful Duke of the town. With the help of Castle Loud’s groundskeeper, Angus (voiced by David Tennant), Lincoln improves the village and life for its people.
Meanwhile, Morag (voiced by Michelle Gomez), the quiet-loving and grouchy caretaker, does everything in her power to remove Lincoln and his family from the town, just as her ancestors did to the Louds 400 years ago.
Belonging; social and family exclusion
The Loud House Movie has some cartoon slapstick violence, including characters falling out of windows and being hit with objects. No-one is hurt, and these sequences are meant to be funny.
There are no sexual references in The Loud House Movie.
Alcohol, drugs and other substances
There’s no use of substances in The Loud House Movie.
Nudity and sexual activity
There’s no nudity and sexual activity in The Loud House Movie.
There’s no product placement in The Loud House Movie.
There is some coarse language and name-calling in The Loud House Movie, including ‘dang’, ‘dingus’ and ‘stinkhead’.
Ideas to discuss with your children
The Loud House Movie is an animated, musical movie based on the TV series of the same name. With a simple story, fun characters and strong themes of belonging, teamwork and doing the right thing, this movie is likely to entertain children
Because of its cartoon violence and visually menacing characters, who might frighten younger children, The Loud House Movie isn’t suitable for children under 5 years. We also recommend parental guidance for children aged 5-8 years.
These are the main messages from The Loud House Movie:
- Generosity and a desire to help others are better motivations than the desire to be famous or have power
- It’s important to appreciate yourself and what makes you special.
- Teamwork makes difficult tasks easier.
Values in The Loud House Movie that you could reinforce with your children include generosity, inclusiveness and hard work.
The Loud House Movie could also give you the chance to talk with your children about the real-life consequences of activities like fire twirling. For example, Lola Loud plays with fire during her talent show.