THE BFG - Review
There are films that can be considered children's entertainment, and there are family films. This is a family film. It isn't an animated cartoon full of caricatures depicting stereotypical goofiness. It is about a child's wonder and the discovery of another realm where a new friend is in trouble. It is about helping someone in need no matter what the odds are. These lessons make this a perfect film for children. It's a classic Amblin adventure with modern-day, stunning visuals. Our entire family went, and I'm glad we did. They don't make many films nowadays that are good for all ages whether that is 3 years old or 40 or 104. I think any aged person would find this to be an enjoyable adventure.
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