A Monster In Paris Reminds Us To Look Beyond The Obvious


“The power of music can break barriers and build a friendship.” This is a beautiful statement by Jailene A., 12-year-old KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, after seeing the animated film “Monster in Paris.” Rated PG for some action violence involving gun play and mild rude humor, this film is set in the year 1910 in Paris, and the story begins by documenting the flooding of the River Seine that year. With a lovely message, amusing characters and interesting story line, this animated film is perfect for the whole family. Available now on DVD. In addition to Jailene’s review, you can hear more about this film on the KIDS FIRST!

“A Monster In Paris”

Reviewed by Jailene A.


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