Here is basically just a place to recommend movies you’ve seen, and find others who like them too. 

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Title: 

Genre: 

General rating (G, PG, PG-13, anything else, etc.): 

Age range (VERY IMPORTANT, as it does not always match its general rating, which is very... not specific... anyway. also please include why you are giving it a specific age range): 

Summary (no spoilers please!): 

Why did you like it/why would you recommend it?: 

Where could one find it? (in theaters, streaming on certain platforms, etc.) 

Other:

 

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  • Title: Jojo Rabbit

    Genre: comedy/drama?

    General rating (G, PG, PG-13, anything else, etc.): PG-13

    Age range (VERY IMPORTANT, as it does not always match its general rating, which is very... not specific... anyway. also please include why you are giving it a specific age range): i would say 12 or 13. :) it depends on what you can handle. Has a lot of cussing, in some parts its intense, mentions inappropriate things and there’s some violence.

    Summary (no spoilers please!): this movie is about a ten year old boy in World War 2 in Germany. It shows how many young people were influenced by the Nazis and the sadness of that. The boy, Jojo looks up to the Nazis while his mother is hiding something from him and does not want to tell him for she is afraid he would put in danger the secret she is hiding.

    Why did you like it/why would you recommend it?: I loved this movie because it was meaningful, sad, and very funny all at the same time! If you like war movies or are interested in history this would be a great movie to watch! If you find yourself watching it, i hope you enjoy it as much as me!

    Where could one find it? (in theaters, streaming on certain platforms, etc.) amazon, apple movies (those are what i know of) :)

    Other: just to get this into your head: I LOVE THIS MOVIE!!!
  • Title: Kubo and the two strings

    Genre: I don’t know, it’s animated?

    General rating (G, PG, PG-13, anything else, etc.): G/PG

    Age range (VERY IMPORTANT, as it does not always match its general rating, which is very... not specific... anyway. also please include why you are giving it a specific age range): Maybe 8+? There’s nothing very mature, but It could be scary for a young kid.

    Summary (no spoilers please!): A boy named Kubo who has powers connected to music is sent on a quest in feudal Japan. I don’t know how to say much more without spoilers.

    Why did you like it/why would you recommend it?: The animation is a breathtaking mix of CG and stop motion and the movie is amazing aestheticlly. The music is also incredible (I listened to the soundtrack no much after I watched it), the Beatles cover at the credits is amazing. It also made me cry a bit.

    Where could one find it? (in theaters, streaming on certain platforms, etc.): Netflix

    Other: Seriously, it’s great.
  • Title: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

    Genre: er... comedy I think

    General rating (G, PG, PG-13, anything else, etc.): PG-13

    Age range: 12+? I watched it when I was 11, but it has some mature content, swearing, romance, etc

    Summary (no spoilers please!): do, three teens from the same town get sucked into a video game, and have to win the game to get out, playing as their avatars, but they only have three lives...

    Why did you like it/why would you recommend it?: it is flipping hilarious, my second fave movie. Jack black acting like a sassy girl is just 👌

    Where could one find it? (in theaters, streaming on certain platforms, etc.) er... amazon, DVD maybe, idk

    Other: um watch it, if you have, I'd love to PM about it sometime
  • Title: The little mermaid

    Genre: animated

    General rating: G

    Age range: any age

    Summary: rebellious 16-year-old mermaid Ariel is fascinated with life on land. On one of her visits to the surface, which is forbidden by her controlling father, King Triton, she falls for a human prince. Determined to be with her new love, Ariel makes a dangerous deal with the sea witch Ursula to become human for three days. But when plans go awry for the star-crossed lovers, the king must make the ultimate sacrifice for his daughter.

    Why did you like it/why would you recommend it?: its good and for all ages

    Where could one find it? DVD, disney+

    Other: XD
    • i'm pretty sure it's also on disney+
  • Title: Song of the Sea

    Genre: Fantasy

    General rating (G, PG, PG-13, anything else, etc.): G? I'm not sure

    Age range (VERY IMPORTANT, as it does not always match its general rating, which is very... not specific... anyway. also please include why you are giving it a specific age range): Pretty much anyone can watch! It does get a tiny bit intense, but other than that it's pretty non-threatening.

    Summary (no spoilers please!): Saoirse and her brother, Ben, go on an adventure to save the world of magic and discover secrets from the past.

    Why did you like it/why would you recommend it?: It's so sweet, also it's beautifully animated(!) Pretty much it's just UwU

    Where could one find it? (in theaters, streaming on certain platforms, etc.) I'm not sure. I use the DVD

    Other:
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