Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that part of the premise for this otherwise very family-friendly take on the Jack and the Beanstalk fairy tale involves a father who is said to have abandoned his family, and a scene where a child learns that his father is likely dead. The giant and his guard might frighten smaller children. Elsewhere, it's an extremely low-key affair -- very little violence, no language issues, and lots of silliness.
The giant with his horned mask and his ogre guard could be frightening for younger children. What little violence is in the film is largely slapstick -- a guard getting bonked on the head, a clearly choreographed comedic ninja fight sequence.
Jack and the Beanstalk espouses positive messages about deciding the course of your own life, keeping your word, and never giving up on your goals.
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