Written October 08, 2012
Maybe not for kids under 7 but my 9 year old nephew understood the movie, wasn't scared and thought it was awesome. So did his kid at heart aunt!!!
Written September 22, 2014
One of my kids (5 and 3) favorite movies is Nightmare Before Christmas, so we were really looking fwd to another Burton masterpiece. We were not disappointed. Fun with just about the right amount of darkness. As in most Tim Burton movies, the characters are fabulous! My 3 year old daughter actually cried at the end...not because she was scared, but sad that the movie was over!
Written October 07, 2012
This movie is an absolute delight! If you haven't seen it yet, get your ticket NOW. I never pay to see a movie twice, but I'm going back to see this my next day off. The story is wonderful and the animation is superb. Tim Burton has a winner here; for adults and kids alike this movie is a winner. Now, stop reading and go see "Frankenweenie!"
Written November 28, 2014
When you were younger and had a pet, particularly a dog, then you may rekindle past feelings. That's what I experienced. A boy's best friend was his dog, and when the day happened that his dog died, it makes you remember when your pet died too. Through what you already know from Mary Shelly's "Frankenstein," happens, you want to see and hear that familiar bark again. It's funny how animals can make us feel. Lastly, I saw it in 3D - however, not surprising, 2D is satisfactory enough.
Written October 02, 2014
When I first saw this movie I will admit I was rather freaked out with the appearance of some characters, including the children. The movie was funny. There was kind of a lesson to be learned with science. It was an emotional movie.
if you are a parent, I may not bring the younger children. Teens, I would definitely let them see this movie.