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We didn't make it 8 minutes into the movie before we saw/heard name calling, scaring others to be mean, dishonesty, theft, teasing, the list goes on.
There was also bullying of another character because he didn't know who his father was.
The dialog within this movie is such that it actually teaches bad behavior and bullying. I am surprised that during this time of 'All Are Equal and Deserve To Be Treated Fairly', that anyone would broadcast such a film.
It is disgusting that it should be under a G rating and posted on children's lists on Netflix.
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