What is a good age to watch The Princess Bride?

“They didn’t get all the humor, but they recognized the storybook tone.” The Princess Bride. Rated PG, ages 8+, 98 minutes.

Is Princess Bride appropriate for 10 year old?

A 1987 classic, The Princess Bride is based on a 1973 novel of the same name. With adventure to engage children and wit to entertain adults, it’s a true family movie – so long as your children are old enough to cope with occasional violence and scary scenes.

Is The Princess Bride PG 13?

Watch an adventure with the whole family. Fencing, fighting, torture, revenge. It sounds like an R rated moving, but The Princess Bride is actually only rated PG.

Are there any inappropriate scenes in The Princess Bride?

Action-style violence includes a torture machine, sword fights (one to the death), a death by poisoning, quicksand, fire pits, shrieking eels, and menacing ROUSes (rodents of unusual size). A character makes a reference to killing herself. A few kisses, most notably a very sweet storybook kiss.

Does The Princess Bride have cuss words?

‘The Princess Bride’ is both clever and slapstick. It is tongue in cheek but not to the point of insulting the audience. … This isn’t a comedy that relies on insults, cheap laughs or bullying in order to raise a smile.

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What age is the never ending story appropriate for?

Parents should be aware that there are some fairly dark and depressing themes in this movie, as well as some sad and scary moments, so it is best suited to children over 8 with parental guidance to 10, particularly for sensitive children.

What age rating is Labyrinth?

With a surreal streak, there are plenty of jokes and interesting characters to keep kids hooked, and the nostalgia factor won’t fail to elicit warm smiles from adults making Labyrinth undoubtedly a firm family favourite. Due to a few scary moments, we feel this movie is appropriate for kids aged 6 and over.

How old is the boy in Princess Bride?

“Is this a kissing book?” he demands. Grandfather reassures him with promises of monsters, mayhem and chase scenes. Ten-year-old Fred Savage as the grandson and Peter Falk as the grandfather grow closer as the story of Buttercup and Westley comes to life.