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    Default 'Finding Dory'....suitable?

    If you have seen the movie, would it be suitable for 3 year olds? Are there scary bits?

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    I took my nearly 3yo to see it and it was totally fine. I can't really remember there being any scary bits. ☺

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    I took my 3 1/2 year old. He was completely fine. There is one sorta scary part where they are chased by a giant octopus but it's very short lived.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerKat View Post
    I took my 3 1/2 year old. He was completely fine. There is one sorta scary part where they are chased by a giant octopus but it's very short lived.
    Oh yeah, forgot about the giant squid thing! DS wasn't really phasedtoo much by that. Held my hand for a bit, but seemed fine.

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    Took my boys to see it on the weekend and they both loved it (almost 3 years and almost 5 years). Funnily enough, my almost 5 year old was scared in parts but not my younger one. Fantastic movie

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    I took my kids the other day and they loved it, none of them mentioned it having a scary bit. However my 6 year old nephew was with us and afterwards he commented that the Octopus scene was too scary for him. That said, he is a bit sensitive to darkness and loud noises I think.

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    Thanks so much for the feedback. We will probably go and give it a shot. It's my daughter's first trip to the cinema so we'll see how we go. Thank you!

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    I took my just turned 3yr old ds last weekend. He absolutely loved it.

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    Have fun! My 3yo loved it giggled and and had lots of "woahs" the entire way through

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    My 5 year old got bored and left half way through


 

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