Written March 30, 2015
This was one of the better 3D movies yet. My 4 yr old daughter and I don't normally go to watch 3D movies but I needed something to do with her for an afternoon. Since this was the earliest showing, I chose to go at this time. Let me just say, we really enjoyed the 3D effects and we were both dodging flying objects and trying to grab stars. This was pretty good. The story was a little dumb but good enough to entertain a 4 yr old. I would recommend you go to a matinee as it is a lot cheaper than going in the late afternoon or evening.
Written December 28, 2014
I went to see this movie with my 6 year old son and stepdaughter (19). Both liked the movie. We all thought it was a great way to spend the afternoon. It's what you want in a kids movie, a couple of jokes, likeable characters and a happy ending.
Written August 03, 2015
well lets just say the kids did not laugh for the whole movie my Rhya kept leaning on me trying to go to sleep which I had started to do in fact the show was silent so I would say save your money. Oh one more thing the smaller children were more repectful than the boy and girl about 10-11 that sat behind me with their mother. He kept kicking my seat and I had to tell her then her mother to remove her foot from my arm rest. The younger kids in the show knew how to act. When you take your children to the show please respect others in the show.
However wait for this movie to hit the $3 after Thanksgiving sale.
Written September 04, 2015
My 9 year old granddaughter & I both enjoyed the movie. Lots of action, great learning lesson and lots of laughing.
Written July 24, 2014
My 10 year old son liked this movie. Nice feel-good movie -- father/son storyline, adventure, no language or really scary parts. It's not going to win any awards, it's not original or super clever, but it has some funny parts and, overall, is a fun family movie.