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Song of the Sea movie rating: green light

Song of the Sea green light

Prettily animated family adventure infused with Irish folklore and traditional Celtic design makes for a change of pace from slick Hollywood cartoons.
I’m “biast” (pro): enjoyed Tomm Moore’s previous film, The Secret of Kells

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

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(My Ratings posts are a quick way for me to share my reaction to a film. This post will be updated if/when I ever write a review. Feel free to discuss the movie in depth in the comments section.)


See also my #WhereAreTheWomen rating of Song of the Sea for its representation of girls and women.


green light 3.5 stars

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Song of the Sea (2014)
US/Can release: Dec 19 2014
UK/Ire release: Jul 10 2015

MPAA: rated PG for some mild peril, language and pipe smoking images
BBFC: rated PG (mild threat)

viewed at home on a small screen

official site | IMDb
more reviews: Movie Review Query Engine | Rotten Tomatoes

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