Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins
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Several laser battles throughout, such as the "crater viper" fight at the beginning.

Many robotic minions called "hornets" are destroyed throughout the film.

Explosions here and there.

Buzz Lightyear's partner dies in the beginning of the movie.

Buzz Lightyear says "blast" many times. Some parents might consider this innapropriate.

The appearance of Zurg may frighten small children.

Scary sequences of action violence are listed below:

A robot is blown to bits and malfunctions.

The intention of Zurg is to turn the universe evil. He turns a few planets evil and also Star Command. Anyone who turns evil has red glowing eyes and talks in the voice of Zurg.

Giant snakes are shot with lasers.

Recommended Rating: 'PG' for strong action violence, mild peril and mild language. Suitable for audiences 8+.


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