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Toy Story 3 Sample Ratings and Review
I just took my 2 and 3 yr old to see their first movie in the theater, Toy Story 3. It was a good movie, but I really wish I’d known that there were some pretty bad “scary parts” throughout the movie. The opening scene had my son a little scared and the 3-5 minute fireball seen toward the end had him literally shaking. I felt kinda terrible. (Now my 3 yr old is kinda of a woos, so don’t NOT take your toddlers to the movie because of me, but now at least you’ve been warned.) If I’d looked up Toy Story 3 on CommonSenseMedia.org, I would seen the following:
Sex Content– Mild 1 out of 5: Mild flirting between toy characters like Ken and Barbie (it’s love at first sight!) and Buzz Lightyear and Jessie. 🙂
Language – Mild 1 out of 5: Insults like “shut up” and “junk.”
Violence & Scariness- Medium 3 out of 5: Andy’s toys narrowly escape death several times. . . [spoiler skip] . . very fiery incinerator. It’s a tense scene, and some little kids will find it upsetting.
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