Movie Lover

Written May 06, 2015
I took my 2 grandsons ages 2 and 5 and they both really enjoyed it. It was in 3D so I wasn't sure the 2 year old would keep the glasses on but he did just fine. I think with the beautiful colors and all the action it kept both of them so involved with the movie.
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Very entertaining

By riaglea
Written March 09, 2013
it's not ground-moving. it's not life-changing. BUT it's realy cute and very funny. I went with a group consisting of adults and kids, and we all enjoyed it. 3-D is always fun.
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Very Cute!

By Lexykitty00
Written September 02, 2015
I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. I saw the 3D version of Escape from Planet Earth with my 10 year old daughter & my husband. It had a good story line, and great humor. We will see it again when it comes out on DVD.
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Bravery is ...

By BettyRebel
Written January 27, 2015
Being courageous 20 seconds longer than you have to. This is a great movie that will leave you feeling like being brave isn't just something Heroes do, it's something that we are all faced with ... And that the people we love most in life are also the people we most frequently forget to appreciate. Family, honesty, friendship and courage truly are OUT OF THIS WORLD!! XoXo
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Good adult/ kid entertainment

By mickeydavis
Written September 01, 2015
I hate kids' movies, especially animated films we used to call cartoons. But this one has tons off adult oriented messages, humor, and references which the kids could enjoy at their level. And I was able to savor the deeper references. In the end both levels merged into a healthy critique of modern society that my ten year old easily got and my six year old, at best, sensed. A good time and worth the detour.
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