Every adventure has a beginning.
Hailee Steinfeld, John Cena, Megyn Price, Stephen Schneider, Kenneth Choi, John Ortiz, Pamela Adlon, voices of Justin Theroux, Angela Bassett, Peter Cullen
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital, DTS, Dolby Atmos, Dolby Surround 7.1, 12-Track Digital Sound|
|Produced by||Allspark Pictures, Bay Films, Di Bonaventura Pictures, Hasbro, Paramount Pictures, Tencent Pictures, Tom DeSanto/Don Murphy Production|
|Language||It is infrequent and has a low to mild impact used mostly in expression which is not directed at any particular character or used in a demeaning or derogatory manner.|
|Violence||It is frequent and of mild to moderate impact stylised realistic and unrealistic, fantastical violence involving robots than humans no signs of disturbing human injuries nor blood-letting.|
|Comments||The themes are complex and mature themes consisting of both positive and negative themes which are of an educative nature of alien machines coming to planet earth, cyber warfare or war of machines (rivalry), good vs evil, rebellion, teenage bullying, friendships between Charlie and Bumblebee (B127), family relationships, bereavement or grief over a deceased parent, love, low self- esteem, taking risks to help others, cooperation and collaboration, exploration, survival, determination, commitment and determination, earning respect, fighting for a cause and justice and heroism. Themes have a mild to moderate sense of threat and menace throughout the film of intense fighting between robots; soldiers firing at robots, including B127; escaping from the police and Agent Jack Burns; accidents, warfare and the interrogation of Bumblebee involving physical assault. These are unsuitable for younger viewers below 10 years as they could be upsetting, distressing, disturbing or confusing.|
|These details are supplied by the FPB. If you have a problem with any of the above, please take it up directly with the FPB. Read the Classification Guidelines.|
What the Critics say
Ilan Preskovsky Bumblebee, with its fantastic characters and cast (there are some cool supporting players here too, including Pamela Adlon and John Cena), huge heart, fun eighties details and surprisingly sharp writing, is a truly delightful little film that would pair up nicely with that other Hailee Steinfeld movie that’s out right now as the perfect festive-season double-bill.
Tomatometer Bumblebee proves it’s possible to bring fun and a sense of wonder back to a bloated blockbuster franchise -- and sets up its own slate of sequels in the bargain.
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What the People say
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Average .. 72%