Is Star Wars Episode 2 OK for kids?

Is Star Wars Episode 2 OK for kids?

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones is a science fiction action movie. It targets younger adolescent children as well as older viewers, but it’s likely to be too scary for children under 10 years.

Who is the bad guy in Star Wars Episode 2?

Darth Sidious
In “Episode II: Attack of the Clones” (2002), it was Palpatine (then known as Darth Sidious) who principally set off the Clone Wars.

What makes Attack of the Clones so bad?

The problem with Attack of the Clones is a total lack of personality. This isn’t just a stylistic critique: It’s the whole narrative. In this movie, armies are industrialized toward inhumanity: Soldier droids on Geonosis, behavior-modified clones on Kamino. They’re identical Nobody militaries.

Is Attack of the Clones inappropriate?

Heavy sci-fi violence, although none of it is especially gory or detailed. The film opens with a terrorist attack/explosion in which a minor character dies on screen. One character is killed by beheading (no gore) on screen; another has his hand amputated during a sword duel.

What age rating is the force awakens?

The Force Awakens is rated 12A so children aged 12 and under can see the film if they are accompanied by an adult – which basically means you need to decide.

Are clones bad or good?

A press release from the Whitehead Institute said that the study proves that no matter how normal a cloned animal may look at birth, it will likely develop health problems later in life. “Thus, cloning for the purpose of producing another human being is completely unsafe and unethical,” the release said.

Is mandalorian appropriate?

Parents need to know that The Mandalorian is a TV series set in the Star Wars universe. Menace and danger are frequent, but the show’s overall tone is action/adventure rather than scary. There’s no strong or iffy sexual content, although romantic complications may rear their heads at some point.

Can a 7 year old watch Star Wars?

Age 7: Training continues: Kids are ready for the first (original trilogy) movie — plenty of action, but it all works out OK — and some fun apps. Age 8–9: The original saga concludes, the prequels begin, and the story expands in more new directions.