Adventures In Odyssey: Baby Daze

MPAA Rating: G

Entertainment: +3

Content: +3

Editor's Note: This film is rated NR by the MPAA.This childrens animated adventure produced by Focus on the Family depicts three young friends attempting to take care of an abandoned baby. After finding baby William on his doorstep, science minded Eugene decides to study the childs behavior in order to design a smarter computer. Eugenes young friends, Dylan and Connie, find humor in Eugenes attempts at childcare. But a scary nightmare convinces Eugene to value baby William as Gods creation and not for the scientific knowledge that William can provide. The adventure continues as an evil scientist tries to kidnap baby William for his own devious experiments. Older children over 6 will find the colorful animation and lively action of this adventure to be entertaining again and again.

A very positive message of valuing others and the importance of friendship will delight children and parents as well. Bible Scripture is quoted to teach Eugene the importance of people over the value of man made things and science. Although some moderate cartoon violence add humor and suspense to Eugenes adventure and may frighten young children, it is not graphic or exploitive in any manner. Fortunately, this childrens animation is without foul language, sexual content or any other offensive or objectionable elements. So, we whole heartily recommend this Focus on the Family childrens video for kids older than six.

Preview Reviewer: Rik Wyrick
Tommy Nelson Childrens Division, 404 BNA Drive, Suite 508, Nashville, TN, 37217

The following categories contain objective listings of film content which contribute to the subjective numeric Content ratings posted to the left and on the Home page.

Crude Language: None

Obscene Language: None

Profanity: None

Violence: Several times Moderate (baby bites mans hand, scary robot attacks several men, baby hits man with bottle, police attack man)

Sex: None

Nudity: None

Sexual Dialogue/Gesture: None

Drugs: None

Other: None

Running Time: 30 minutes
Intended Audience: Children ages 6 and up

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