• You know your child better than anyone else and you probably have a better sense of the reaction you will get. However, be aware that the visual and aural inputs at a cinema are much different than on a television at home. Things are much bigger, much louder, and much more intense. No matter how innocent and mild a film might be -- remember that there are trailers shown before the film and sometimes they can be frightening to children even if they are approved to be shown to children. If you decide to go -- do so with the awareness that you might need to get up and go home if the child can't deal with the experience.
  • Do like my wife and I do: Go see the movie for yourself. If you wouldn't let them see it at home on TV, then you shouldn't take them to it. Even if it's totally kid friendly, you are the deciding factor. I can't make that decision for you.
  • WellI went to see the movie with my 2 year old niece and she loved it! So I say yes take him its a perfect first movie for a child to see its simple enough to make them laugh and complex enough for you to enjoy also :)

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