Skip to Content

Is Strange World Kid Friendly? Parents Guide

Wondering if Strange World is ok for kids? Walt Disney Animation Studios returns with a new and original storyline with Strange World. It’s not live-action, it’s not a remake, and it’s not a sequel, so bonus points for new content! With some mature themes, Strange World may not be for all kids. Here’s what parents need to know in this Strange World Parents Guide.

Strange World Parents Guide

Parents Guide to Strange World

Walt Disney Animation Studios’ original action-packed adventure “Strange World” introduces a legendary family of explorers, the Clades, as they attempt to navigate an uncharted, treacherous land alongside a motley crew that includes a mischievous blob, a three-legged dog and a slew of ravenous creatures.

Jake Gylenhall 

Strange World Age Rating

Strange World is rated PG for action, peril, and some thematic elements which means some content may not be suitable for all ages. 

Is Strange World Kid Friendly?

When they say mild peril, Strange World does have some animated violence, but it’s not too scary for kids. There is a jump scene that made me jump but nothing that will have young kids crying…hopefully.

Language

There is no profanity in Strange World, huzzah! There are some words like butt and an unfinished a**, but language in Strange World is very PG. 

Mature Content in Strange World

Mature topics like abandonment, grief, and death are in Strange World, which are good topics of conversation to have with kids in a safe environment.

There is some kissing, but nothing too passionate. One character is openly gay and has a crush on another character. There is some flirting. 

Action and weapons include fighting with blades, flame throwers, and weapons like guns. Characters are in peril and are seen running from creatures trying to harm them. 

A male character scratches his behind. 

Strange World Kid Friendly

Is Strange World Appropriate for Kids Under 8?

In Strange World, you can expect to see some animated violence, limited language, and mature topics like grief. To sum it up, Strange World is kid friendly as far as content is concerned, but the length is a little long. I’d recommend Strange World for kids ages 8 and older.

Strange World has all the right elements to be a slam dunk for Disney – incredible and beautiful animation, cute animals and characters, emotional storylines, original content, and diversity in characters. However, the execution of it all just doesn’t hit the right notes. 

In fact, it was a bit boring if you’re looking for a ton of action and humor. I appreciate that they addressed complicated familial relationships and dug deeper into important messages, but I still didn’t quote grasp while they were venturing into this Strange World. I wanted it to be even more strange. 

At 1 hour and 42 minutes, I’m not the only one who was looking at their watch. But Strange World is still a solid family friendly choice when looking for a Thanksgiving movie option if you’re looking to venture to the theater. If not, you’ll be just fine waiting until it comes to Disney+.

Strange World Age Rating

More Parent Guide Reviews

Wakanda Forever Parents Guide

Spirited Parents Guide

Disenchanted Parents Guide

Wednesday Parents Guide