Written November 27, 2015
Our 8 year old boy loved it.
Setting up thee storyline was a little boring, although the 'people' are great characters. Once it got going and the racing started, our boy sat on the edge of his seat loving every second of that experience. OK for adults to enjoy, although not as entertaining as other films.
Written February 09, 2016
Great for all ages. I took my five year old, my seven year old and three of his friends.
All of us loved it, my five year old was at the edge of his seat routing for Turbo.
If you like racing this is the movie for you.
Written February 12, 2016
I took my daughter in law and two of my grandkids, ages 5 and 6, to see Turbo yesterday. Everyone loved it! No scary parts at all, just fun. My grandson was sitting next to me and cheering Turbo on during the whole race part "I KNOW he's going to win! I KNOW he's going to win! Come on Turbo, you can do it!" He's never done that before in any movie that I'm aware of. :) Feel good movie for kids and adults alike.
Written April 30, 2016
I took my 5 and 8 year old to see this. The 3D wasn't over the top and added a nice kick to the film. At some points, the kids were reaching out to the screen to "touch" it. That always makes me smile. The story is sweet. Not a tear-jerker, more of a "go, you can do it" movie. There's a brother character (Paul Giamatti) who isn't so sympathetic, so when he turns around in the end, it feels like it's just because he's gotten on the bandwagon. I know I'm reading too much into an animated film, but I like a good story. The kids will have fun, but it's not Nemo or Toy Story. It's fun and sweet, but not a thrill ride.
Written March 06, 2015
What a really great family movie ! Took my grandchildren, 8 & 6, and all three of us enjoyed it. Messages on life on 3 different levels, good action, tension, and happiness.