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WIBU to take my 5 y/o to see Captain America?

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puds11isNAUGHTYnotNAICE Thu 03-Apr-14 19:15:58

Has anyone been to see it/taken children to see it?

Is it too bad? She loves superhero films and really wants to see it but I don't know what it's like.


WreckTangle Thu 03-Apr-14 19:22:53

It's a 12a isn't it? I'd say it would be fine for her.

MojitoMadness Thu 03-Apr-14 19:35:54

I think she would be fine, although may be a little bored as it's quite long.

puds11isNAUGHTYnotNAICE Thu 03-Apr-14 19:38:35

Do you know how long it is mojito?

Thanks smile

SunshineQuack Thu 03-Apr-14 20:03:49

Do you mean the new one? My DD is that age and I think chunks of it would rather go over her head but I don't think it would do any harm.

puds11isNAUGHTYnotNAICE Thu 03-Apr-14 20:07:31

Yeah the new one

fayrae Thu 03-Apr-14 20:15:04

It would bore her. It isn't particularly violent or anything but I seriously think she would struggle to understand what was going on.

YouTheCat Thu 03-Apr-14 20:18:07

It's quite long. The plot is too complex for a 5 year old and there is a lot of violence and scenes of torture in flashback.

I went on Tuesday. It was absolutely brilliant but there were no children in the audience at all and it was a tea time showing.

puds11isNAUGHTYnotNAICE Thu 03-Apr-14 20:19:57

Hmmm I think Tinkerbell or Rio might be a better choice then. I don't want to pay for it if she is going to be bored.

maddy68 Thu 03-Apr-14 20:30:27

I was bored silly and I usually love the marvel movies. No way would a 5 year old sit through that

Hoppinggreen Thu 03-Apr-14 20:52:14

I won't let my 5 year old watch the first one as I think it's a bit scary for him so I won't let him watch this one either.
I'm usually pretty chilled about what he watches but I've seen no 1 myself and I'm not happy to let him watch it

ZanyMobster Thu 03-Apr-14 21:33:37

My just turned 6yo DS really wants to see it, he watched the 1st one at home but over a couple of nights as we didn't have time in one go so I am worried it may be a bit much (and possibly boring) at the cinema for him.

puds11isNAUGHTYnotNAICE Fri 04-Apr-14 09:07:12

Ok, I think I'll give it a miss. I don't want her too be bored.

puds11isNAUGHTYnotNAICE Fri 04-Apr-14 09:07:20

Thank you thanks

Polarn Fri 04-Apr-14 09:09:43

Would she even be allowed in if it's a 12?

My son has a cartoon captain america film from tesco which is a pg x

mrsjay Fri 04-Apr-14 10:13:30

Captain America is rubbish in the Avenger films he is so boring i can't imagine a film being up to much my dd is giving it a miss and she goes to them all

mrsjay Fri 04-Apr-14 10:13:48

12 a she would be allowed in

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