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The Greatest Showman

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LuckyAmy1986 Tue 13-Feb-18 09:06:09

WIBU to take my 4 and 5 year olds to this? Paddington is sold out, and the only other things on are Early Man which looks boring and Tad The Explorer which I have never heard of. I really want to see TGS but if it's not suitable for their age then I won't. (I know it's a PG) What I mean is, are the songs and dancing captivating enough to hold their attention?!

Shednik Tue 13-Feb-18 09:15:58

Early Man is brilliant.

LightDrizzle Tue 13-Feb-18 09:26:51

Not sure, my daughter is older but has severe SEN so she’s into Disney/Pixar type films, with musical numbers. It was about 20 minutes too long for her I think but she was very focussed until that point.

LightDrizzle Tue 13-Feb-18 09:27:59

What might be lacking is the humour, it’s spectacular but none of the comedy that children’s films always have.

Rewn7 Tue 13-Feb-18 09:28:20

I think it would hold their interest. It’s very colourful and amazing.

Hont1986 Tue 13-Feb-18 09:28:56

I don't remember anything unsuitable in TGS, but I think kids that age would find a lot of it boring.

Early Man is by the same people who did Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run, right? I'd give that a chance.

battenbergbutterfly Tue 13-Feb-18 09:29:23

I took my 7 year old and it's the only film she's ever wanted to see again, it's a feast for the eyes. Beautiful.

BalloonSlayer Tue 13-Feb-18 09:30:27

Can't imagine why it's a PG and not a U, there's nothing in it which would upset a small child.

I would worry more that they would not be interested as i'd think it too dull/grown up but my DC all adored it (albeit quite a bit older than yours).

ScarlettDarling Tue 13-Feb-18 09:30:57

I loved it and my ten year old adored it. It's got nothing unsuitable in it and if they love music and dancing then they'll enjoy it.

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