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    Inside Out was another one that Dd1 and her friends liked at 10.

    Back to the Future is a good one too.

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    Bumping this to say thanks for the Greatest Showman rec.! I think I enjoyed it more than anyone else but the whole family watched it (even the teen that usually shuns family movie night- he was walking out the door and turned around when they started singing). Is the soundtrack free somewhere to stream or did folks buy it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnuggleBuggles View Post
    ... Is the soundtrack free somewhere to stream or did folks buy it?
    I think it's on Spotify.
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    Just saw Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle last night. I can’t believe people were suggesting it for 10 year olds. I would NOT want my 10-year-old DD to watch it with someone else. The language alone would stop me from showing it to her peers. We did enjoy it, but I don’t think it’s appropriate for a 10-year-old get-together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sariana View Post
    Just saw Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle last night. I canít believe people were suggesting it for 10 year olds. I would NOT want my 10-year-old DD to watch it with someone else. The language alone would stop me from showing it to her peers. We did enjoy it, but I donít think itís appropriate for a 10-year-old get-together.
    I took my 10yo and his friends to see it. Language really doesnít upset me though nor his friends/ their families. We just think itís a good, funny action movie.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sariana View Post
    Just saw Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle last night. I can’t believe people were suggesting it for 10 year olds. I would NOT want my 10-year-old DD to watch it with someone else. The language alone would stop me from showing it to her peers. We did enjoy it, but I don’t think it’s appropriate for a 10-year-old get-together.
    I havenít seen the new Jumanji but confess that a few of the recommended movies here would concern me greatly for a 10yo. Specifically Iíve held off on watching The Martian for language (I do want to see it but it would give me pause for my teen) and I find Guardians of the Galaxy to be extremely violent and upsetting (I like it but Iím conflicted about it). I think this must be an age where there is a huge disparity between what one parent thinks is appropriate and what another considers acceptable. So maybe just check with the parents of the kids attending? Iím not even the most conservative among my friends so some of those movies would be an issue in my circle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnuggleBuggles View Post
    I took my 10yo and his friends to see it. Language really doesn’t upset me though nor his friends/ their families. We just think it’s a good, funny action movie.


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    (Glad I'm not the only one. I took DD1's friend to see it in the theater when they were both 9. I had already promised my kids they could go, when there was an emergency situation with the friend's mother, so I needed to bring her with me. Never occurred to me to get approval from the mom.)
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    We have seen and enjoyed the new release version of Jumanji with our kids, but I wouldn't show it at the party bc I know others may not be ok with it. Same with a few other of the recs - I put them on our list for movie night (or have already watched/enjoyed them together) but I worry that some parents might be worried about some aspect of them.

    I think we are going to go with either Wonder or Alex and Me (soccer movie with Alex Morgan) depending on amount of time we have left (alex and me is significantly shorter).

    Thanks for all the input and recs!

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