Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this movie contains some very standard cartoon violence: the scariest sequences involve Zelda, a sorceress who cackles a lot and loudly, threatens our heroine and her family and friends, casts evil spells upon innocents, and generally causes a lot of trouble. Zelda kidnaps Princess Odette and calls upon explosive, whizzing fireballs and green blobs in an attempt to take over the kingdom. There are lots of high-speed chases, played mostly for humor with pratfalls aplenty. For a short time it's feared that Odette is gone and the others begin to grieve for her, but she reappears quickly. In the final battle sequence, Zelda can't escape a fireball and blows up. Princess Odette, while not the central focus of this movie, is still much more than a "damsel-in-distress." She makes decisions, behaves wisely, and is shown to be courageous and strong.
Romantic kisses between Prince and Princess.
Cartoon violence includes chases, falls, an evil sorceress who cackles fiendishly in a number of scenes, a scary winged creature, a bird captured in a net, some spooky music, tracking along dark eerie passages, fiery blobs, the kidnapping of the princess, and a final battle between the sorceress and the heroes in which the villain blows up.
Honesty, loyalty, bravery, and intelligence are valuable attributes. Greed, hunger for power, dishonesty, and meanness can't defeat goodness.
Drugs / Tobacco /