La guerre des tuques


Action / Animation / Comedy / Family


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Reviewed by Galad2003 2 / 10

An Anti-War Movie Disguised as a Kids Movie

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So I let me kids watch this thinking it was a kid's movie. Two group of kids build a snow fort and have a snow ball war. It's a good movie until the end when the dog is killed in the war and the movie turns into a lesson on war. My kids where devastated by this. So now I have two crying little kids. What idiot makes an anti-war movie disguised as a kids movie? There was no hint of this when we rented it. If you want to make a political statement fine but give parents a heads up. I feel this was an ambush by the film makers and completely unnecessary. You can never kill a dog in a movie! Much less a kids movie. Please don't watch this with your small children.

Reviewed by redboots-70426 1 / 10


Any movie in which a dog dies just plain sucks, but a children's film???!!! WHY!!??? It was pointless and completely unnecessary. Netflix has this classified as a "comedy" in "kids" - it has come comedic elements, but the film is ruined by the conclusion. Once again, Netflix has let us down - perhaps none there actually watched it??? The "peace" message could have been conveyed without the gratuitous unpleasantness. The artwork is unique. Just because something is animated does not make it suitable for kids. The music is quite good. All-in-all just NO!! The children are in tears and I'm not too happy myself. NOT FOR KIDS!!!! DREADFUL!!!

Reviewed by in1984 8 / 10

Best Cartoon of 2015

7.9 of 10. Not that 2015 had much competition, but this is a well-thought out story based on a book. Both family friendly and something parents will enjoy watching with all their kids.

The one drawback is the ending tries too hard to make a happy ending out of a tragedy, probably because it's intended for kids for the most part. I wonder if it's even allowed to make tragic films intended for kids, some sort of secret rating rule.

For the most part, this is one big allegory made into a tightly integrated cartoon involving kids, snow, and building snow forts. There's a little romantic tween interest going on that should keep teens interested. Importantly, it's not forced and a vital part of the story.

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