Parent reviews for Love and Monsters

Common Sense says

Charming post-apocalyptic adventure is filled with suspense.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 11+
Based on 7 reviews

Kids say

age 13+
Based on 8 reviews

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Parent of a 9 and 11-year-old Written byKimsie3 October 16, 2020

Good movie!

It kept the attention of both of my boys, even my one who hates anything but documentaries. They’re 9 and 11 and there weren’t any parts where I was uncomfortable with what they were seeing.

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Adult Written byTheMovieMunsters October 18, 2020

An Awesome Movie

Love and Monsters was FANTASTIC. It was funny,thrilling and entertaining. The CGI was super realistic and didn't look fake. The main character, Joel, was very relatable in his reactions and perspective on gigantic monsters trynna kill him.Great messages on hope,endurance and humanity. Would highly recommend to watch!

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Adult Written bymonis_shaikh October 18, 2020

Feel Good Film !!

Love and Monsters, there is a time where the non-human things become bigger in size and eats most of the population and destroys the world. There come one boy Joel who lost his love in the world of monsters. The movie taught us how to survive in the dying world and reach to our destination no matter how risky it will be and it also tells that no matter how difficult the world is, we have to come out survive rather than hiding. Overall it is a good and nice movie !!!

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Adult Written byBeardDirector October 18, 2020
Adult Written bybooboofiberz22 October 19, 2020

Great family movie!

I was delightfully surprised with this movie! Albeit, it was a little cheesy, but it was also very entertaining and I thought the actors and actresses were very talented. I'm pretty sure most of the references will fly over young kids heads. Be prepared to have a good cry as well!

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Parent Written byDamien O. October 31, 2020

Decent film

My eight year-old really enjoyed this film. It has a PG-13 rating but really the only thing is it could be a little scary. There’s violence, but not really against humans. I think for your average kid, I’d say 10+ but it’s a decent movie. Saw some people saying your kid should be 14+ and just rolled my eyes.

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Adult Written bytirzamina01 October 28, 2020