Released during the month of June 2015 // 91 Minutes LONG // Genre: Adventure // Rating: NR
My thoughts – The Adventures of Mickey Matson and the Pirate’s Code is a fun family friendly movie. We sat down together to watch this during an evening and my 7 year old daughter and 4 year old son were completely glued. There’s an adventure at every turn, interesting characters, cool gadgets, and plenty of laugh out loud moments.
The actors did a great job in roles of pirates, members of secret organization, and so forth. In being a long time fan of Christopher Lloyd since his appearance in the Back to the Future movies, I was pleased he had such a prominent role in this film! I feel long time fans such as myself will be eager to pick up a copy of this movie to watch with their family just for this very reason, too.
Even though this is the second movie in the series, it’s not hard to follow and the story stands strong alone. They show a history of the characters, and mention prior events, but you never feel left out of a reference, or that you are missing some information.
There is no language, crude humor, or other in appropriate materials. Clean movies that can be enjoyed by the whole family aren’t so easy to come by so I’m quite appreciative of this one. The positive message of working together as a team ties into everything very well. I highly recommend it!
A Blurb from my Husband – The humor is mostly slapstick, and they avoid cheap jokes that get old fast. They let you know from the start it’s going to be a bit silly, so just sit back and enjoy the fun. The kids payed attention to pretty much the whole movie too.
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