Your kids might be asking if they can see this one. The star power (and some Millennial nostalgia) is there! But can they? What is the true age rating of Disenchanted? Can your kids watch this one? We’re coving the 7 big things parents need to know about the age rating for Disenchanted in this parents guide. It’s now streaming on Disney+.
An all-new live-action musical comedy, “Disenchanted” is a sequel to Disney’s box office hit “Enchanted” featuring the original cast from the heart-warming story of the lovable maiden from the fairy tale world of Andalasia who finally found her Prince Charming in the kingdom of New York City.
It has been 15 years since Giselle (Amy Adams) and Robert (Patrick Dempsey) wed, but Giselle has grown disillusioned with life in the city, so they move their growing family to the sleepy suburban community of Monroeville in search of a more fairy tale life.
Unfortunately, it isn’t the quick fix she had hoped for. Suburbia has a whole new set of rules and a local queen bee, Malvina Monroe (Maya Rudolph), who makes Giselle feel more out of place than ever.
Frustrated that her happily ever after hasn’t been so easy to find, she turns to the magic of Andalasia for help, accidentally transforming the entire town into a real-life fairy tale and placing her family’s future happiness in jeopardy.
Now, Giselle is in a race against time to reverse the spell and determine what happily ever after truly means to her and her family.
Age Rating of Disenchanted: Parents Guide (7 Big Things)
It’s been a long time coming, but we gotta know: did Giselle get her happily ever after?
Disenchanted picks up with the family a few years down the road and lets us know, that Giselle is still seeking that fairy tale ending.
Can your kids watch this one? What is the age rating of Disenchanted?
This parent’s guide will help you decide if your family can handle the seven big issues with movies and shows: mature topics, gore, violence, language, sex, romance, and nudity. We’ll also give the Disenchanted age rating and age-appropriate recommendations.
Do You Need To See Enchanted Before Disenchanted?
While we don’t think it’s completely necessary, it definitely helps! There is a montage at the beginning that gives a bit of the backstory.
So go ahead and watch that one before your kids sit down with the new sequel.
Language is fairly clean in Disenchanted.
Your kids will hear:
- oh my g-d
Age Rating of Disenchanted: Is It Safe For Kids When It Comes To Sex, Romance, and Nudity?
There is romance, of course, it’s an Enchanted movie! but no sex or nudity in Disenchanted.
There are some kisses but that’s about it.
A few low-cut dresses are as salacious as this one gets!
Violence and Gore: Is Disenchanted Too Scary For Kids Under 8?
There are some scenes of torture (though mild).
Retching sounds and burping are in the movie as well.
A character catches on fire.
But overall, Disenchanted is not too scary for kids or gory. It is very much on par with the violence in Enchanted.
Is Disenchanted Ok For Kids: Mature Topics
There is the use of magic and fairy tale tropes, but if you’ve seen Enchanted, you’d expect that!
Giselle is feeling all sorts of ways that kids may recognize, especially when moving to a new area.
A girl is belittled by her stepmother and bullied by kids at school.
Age Rating: What Ages Can Really Watch This One?
Disenchanted is rated PG for mild peril and language.
Parents Guide: Is Disenchanted Appropriate For Kids Under 8?
We think kids as young as 6 could watch Disenchanted.
It’s about 2 hours long- which makes it harder for young kids in one sitting. But thanks to streaming, you can pause and get those wiggles out if needed.
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