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GeauxTigers2007
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Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
Thinking it may be a little too scary for a 3 year old. Should I play it safe and take her to zootopia instead?


Fewer Kilometers
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
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Thinking it may be a little too scary for a 3 year old. Should I play it safe and take her to zootopia instead?


Take her then let us know how it goes. (Thinking about taking my 2.5 year old).


smoke3208
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
After watching the preview my 3 year old daughter said she doesn't want to watch it, but my 7 year old can't wait to go watch it.


L S Usetheforce
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
My two and a half year old watched it with my 4 year old and loved it.


SG_Geaux
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
I heard lots of little kids screaming and crying when I went to see it.


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GeauxTigers2007
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
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My two and a half year old watched it with my 4 year old and loved it.


The new one?


MLSter
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
7 and up. Unless you raised your kids right then 5 and up


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OMLandshark
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
Shere Khan was pretty scary to me, nevertheless a 3 year old. He's much more vicious and violent in this version than in the original Disney.


Mizzoufan26
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
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Shere Khan was pretty scary to me, nevertheless


How did you know how to properly spell that?


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St Augustine
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
My son is pretty good at staying focused through movies (he's 3 1/2) and he didn't like Zootopia at all. Really not enough funny kids stuff and plot is pretty deep for a really little one. When I asked him if he liked it he answered "no because I didn't understand it"
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Fewer Kilometers
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
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My two and a half year old watched it with my 4 year old and loved it.
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The new one?


Is there such a thing as an old two and a half year old?


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bigpetedatiga
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
Personally I think 3 may be a little too young.



TeddyPadillac
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
My 4.5 year old was a little scared of Shere Kahn. Covered his eyes a few times.


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tigerfan84
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
Too young IMO. Zootopia is great


TIGERSTORM
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
My 3 year old went with my parents and his older sister last weekend. He liked it and they said he did fine during the movie. Hasn't mentioned being scared since.

I told them I thought he might be too young and my mom was prepared to take him out if he needed to leave but he was fine.


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GeauxTigers2007
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re: Jungle Book for a 3 year old?
Well, we just made it back. She made it almost to the end but decided she had enough shortly after the King Louie scene.

Movie was very good. Will definitely watch again when it's out on bluray.


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