|SEX & NUDITY:|
Typical of many kids movies, there are people and/or animals killed, but it isn't shown in a graphic way. However, the fights and scenes that cause the deaths are pretty intense and may not be suitable for very small, easily frightened children. These violent scenes are less scary than those in The Lion King, so if your kids could handle those scenes they should be fine in Brother Bear.
|DRUGS & ALCOHOL:|
Although there are several good, intense and suspenseful action scenes, I wouldn't say this is an action packed movie. Most of the action is a fight and/or chase scene between man and bear. I believe the action/activity will be enough to keep the attention of most kids.
Only about a dozen smiles and a half dozen chuckles. That's a little lower than you usually see in a kids movie, but it really didn't take away from the movie's enjoyment.
|TONE OF MOVIE:|
There are a couple of pretty intense fights between a man and a bear. Could be a bit too scary for very small children or those that are easily frightened.
This movie is about Indians of the north and there are many references to the Great Spirits. They think the northern lights are the spirits of deceased loved ones and that those loved ones can come back in spirit form to help them through life. These spirits are shown walking with the living and they are responsible for changing a man into a bear.
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