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Monster Trucks Synopsis
Looking for any way to get away from the life and town he was born into, Tripp (Lucas Till), a high school senior, builds a Monster Truck from bits and pieces of scrapped cars.
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Movie Reviews

Good

By geovanyreyes13
Fun...

Excellent

By Cwolfcustomfarms
It is a great kids show. I took my 8 year old with his friend and I think I liked it more than they did. My son said it was the best show he has ever seen. I would go again!!...

My sons were squealing

By ianjwilliamson
My sons (3 and 6) absolutely loved this movie. They were literally squealing with joy at times! Even us parents thought it was pretty cute, and appreciated that there was nothing at all inappropriate....

Fun Fam movie

By MistiDawn14
We took our 3 kids ages 4-13 and they all enjoyed it! Nice to see a movie as a family with no bad language or inappropriate situations!!...

Great family movie!!

By amydeetz
This movie turned out a lot better than I expected! Highly recommend taking the kids, plus it's fun for the grown-ups too!...

Bad

By canes570
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Reward the filmmakers for making a film that is not a reboot, remake or sequel, go see this!

By markdinatale
I want to commend the filmmakers on this film. There was a lot of bad press about it even coming from the studio as writing it off as a loss before it was even released. We saw the fist showing...

LOVED THIS TOTALLY KID FRIENDLY MOVIE

By Ussoldier1121
Had to find a good movie for my son to stay focused also my husband to not sleep through. Great job!!...

Really lame

By cosmicmoe
The "kids" in the movie looked like they were 40 years old. The story was predictable. Basically, it was a broke down version of one of those Disney movies that come on tv in the middle of the night....

Great family-friendly movie!

By bigleemoore1
My son and I really enjoyed this movie. Well worth the ticket price....

More Info

Rated PG | For Brief Scary Images, Action, Peril and Some Rude Humor
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Lots of action, thin story in boy-meets-creature adventure.
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