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PLAYMOBIL: THE MOVIE (2019)

PLAYMOBIL: THE MOVIE (2019)
  • Genre: Musical, Fantasy, Animation, Adventure

  • Release date(s):

  • Run time: 99 minutes

  • Director(s): Lino DiSalvo

  • Cast: Anya Taylor-Joy (voice), Daniel Radcliffe (voice), Kenan Thompson (voice), Gabriel Bateman (voice), Jim Gaffigan (voice), Adam Lambert (voice)

  • Ratings Info: very mild fantasy violence, threat, language

  • Note to parents: Some versions of this film are displayed in the 3D or IMAX format and some younger children may find them a more intense experience.

  • Synopsis: PLAYMOBIL: THE MOVIE is a musical fantasy adventure in which orphaned siblings are transported into a magical toy world.

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PLAYMOBIL: THE MOVIE is a musical fantasy adventure in which orphaned siblings are transported into a magical toy world.

Violence

Scenes include a battle between Playmobil Viking armies using historical weapons, but without anyone being hurt. During brief fights between Playmobil characters there is a headbutt and a man is kicked between the legs, but as they are toys there are no serious injuries.

Threat

The heroes are chased by a dinosaur in a Roman arena, but soon turn it into a harmless friendly dinosaur. Other scenes of threat include a woman being chased by cowboys who want her gold, and two characters being suspended over a lava pit by a slug-like alien, but they are soon saved.

Language

A Viking song includes the word 'wench'. Other very mild bad language includes 'heck' and 'jerk'.

An early scene establishes that the central characters' parents have died in a car crash. The event is not dwelt upon and is handled sensitively.

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