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    Penguins was great! Though my (very sensitive) 4 year old DD was a bit freaked out by it.....

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    My kids want to see Night at the Museum 3 but I have miss 3 comming so I think Penguins will be our choice after reading this thread

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    My 5yo has seen both and says Big Hero 6, but he did enjoy both

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    My 4.5 year old daughter loved big hero 6 and paddington

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    Penguins.

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    Haven't seen Penguins yet but we saw Big Hero 6 yesterday. It was great - really funny, well animated and a good story but, being PG (Mild themes and animated violence), has some high action/scary bits. A few kids in the cinema were screaming in parts and one family (with kids who looked 3 & 5yo) left half way through (I suspect one of them was doing most of the screaming as there was a lot less after they went).

    It also deals with death and DD (7yo) needed a little cry afterwards as it hit her emotionally. She still loved it though.

    If your kid freaks out easily, I'd go Penguins which is G rated and probably a much lighter movie if the Madagascar franchise is anything to go by.


 

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