What parents need to know before their kids see DC League Of Super Pets

Tara McNamara’s DC League of Super-Pets score on Common sense media considers it suitable for children aged six and over. McNamara notes that because it is a superhero action movie, fantasy violence abounds, but is often resolved in a way that those affected are ultimately unharmed. Meanwhile, his humor can sometimes be geared towards an adult audience. In fact, it’s likely only adult viewers of DC League of Super Pets will understand much of Merton’s dialogue, voiced by Natasha Lyonne – not the only source of adult-oriented jokes, but one of the main contributors to the film. While Merton hints at some sexual innuendos and uses swear words, the former is always implied and the latter spoken.

Common Sense Media user realmom17 wrote in his own review, “Mother sounded full but unexpected. Animal abuse made our kids a little uneasy, but they stuck together. Our three year old had to be held towards the end because of the final battle scenes.” They also suggested that his insinuations are only suitable for children who are at least 7 or 8 years old. However, some other users felt that his humor crossed the line.

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