or Connect
Mothering › Mothering Forums › Natural Living › The Mindful Home › Arts & Crafts › Books, Music, and Media › Squeaky-clean, absolutely inoffensive movies for 10-12-year-old girls?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Squeaky-clean, absolutely inoffensive movies for 10-12-year-old girls? - Page 7

post #121 of 124
www.kidsinmind.com is another good kids movie review site. They go into all the nitty gritty.
post #122 of 124
Michael with John Travolta?

Magic still but the angelic kind...I watched it with my kids when they weren't very old and we all enjoyed it. Of course I'm not opposed to a lot of the things you've listed so...

There's some troubling scenes..dog hit by car but then Michael fixes him.
post #123 of 124

Try any of the Disney Tween movies - Prom, 16 wishes, Lemonade Mouth, HighSchool Musical 1,2,3, Camp Rock, etc...

We also love A Cinderella Story (2004) w/Hillary Duff... super cute movie.

post #124 of 124
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kirsten View Post

I agree with the newer version of the Parent Trap, Ella Enchanted, and the Princess Diaries movies. Also Freaky Friday (again the newer version). Although Ella Enchanted has that one scary scene where she is forced to try to kill the prince.

I'd go with the newer Parent Trap or Princess Diaries. Cheaper by the Dozen (again newer - or isn't there an old version? I'm talking about the one with Steve Martin and Ashton Kutcher) is good, but the parents heavily flirt with each other. They are married for crying out loud, but you said squeaky clean...

I love Shrek or Shark Tales for cartoons. Depends on what 10-12 year olds.

Why the newer version of Parent Trap?  I really prefer the older.  Regarding Ella Enchanted though, that would probably be a problem because of magic.  Ella's blessing/curse is done through magic.  

 

Shrek and Shark Tales. . . both of those have subtle "adult" humor, so I wouldn't put them in the "squeaky clean" category, though I wouldn't have a problem with a 10 year old watching them.  

 

I agree with Princess Diaries & Cheaper by the Dozen.  

 

Has anyone mentioned "Kit" (the American Girl from a few years back)?  or "Nim's Island"? 

 

Amy

 

ETA:  I just noticed how old this thread was. . . I imagine you don't need input anymore.

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Books, Music, and Media
Mothering › Mothering Forums › Natural Living › The Mindful Home › Arts & Crafts › Books, Music, and Media › Squeaky-clean, absolutely inoffensive movies for 10-12-year-old girls?