Sophia Grace and Rosie's: A Royal Adventure
Get ready for another British invasion! The super-cute, talented twosome of Sophia Grace and Rosie became an Internet sensation with their remarkable viral videos. The girls are sent to Switzelvania as correspondents to cover the coronation of a new queen.
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- Children & Family
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NRNot rated. This movie has not been rated by the MPAA.
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Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Sophia Grace & Rosie's Royal Adventure is a direct-to-DVD musical movie starring two young English cousins -- Sophia Grace Brownlee and Rosie McClelland -- who found fame on YouTube with their song-and-dance cover of a Nicki Minaj rap song. They then became a beloved part of the Ellen DeGeneres Show, assigned to their own segment entitled "Tea Time with Sophia Grace & Rosie." They sing; they dance; they're precocious. This, their first movie, keeps them in character as princess-obsessed little girls acting as correspondents for Ellen's show. It's a fairy tale adventure, set in "Switzelvania," with lots of cartoon action: pratfalls, the girls maneuvering across a ledge, chases, brawls, spills, and clownish thrills. Nothing is ever truly dangerous or scary. The villains are mean sisters and a calculating butler. Occasionally, Sophia Grace and Rosie break the rules (sneaking into a castle, pretending they're princesses from another kingdom), but it's all for a good cause, and they never misbehave for very long.
- Comic pratfalls frequently upend the villains. Characters -- including the kids -- fall, brawl, make their way across a narrow ledge, chase one another, get thrown into a dungeon (complete with rodents), spill food, experience airplane turbulence, and get involved in lots of clownish predicaments. No injuries; nothing is to be taken seriously.
- Two mean sisters consistently demean their younger sibling.
- Social Behavior
- Be true to yourself. Believe in your own talents and gifts..
- In the story, the two young heroines work for the Ellen DeGeneres Show. Another character is identified as one of the show's "segment producers."
- Drugs / Tobacco / Alcohol
- A particularly vain princess has an injection to puff up her lips.
- Age appropriate
- Not an issue
- Depends on your kid and your family
- Not appropriate for kids of the age most likely to want to see it