It’s almost time to head back to Adventure Bay. We’ll get to see the adventures of Chase, Skye, Zuma, Marshall, Rocky, and, of course, Rubble as they save Adventure Bay from yet another situation in PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie. You’d think the adults could handle more than a 10-year-old boy and his team of pups, but then it wouldn’t make a fun series for the children.
This is the sequel to the 2021 PAW Patrol movie, so you’ll want to check that out before you dive in to this latest one. However, this one sees the pups end up with actual superpowers instead of tools that Ryder has made for them.
Yes, superpowers. A meteor strikes Adventure City, and it turns the pups into superheroes. Of course, Humdinger and a mad scientist want to steal the powers to make themselves supervillains. A superhero story wouldn’t be complete without supervillains, would it?
What is the PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie age rating?
Is this going to be something to watch with the kids? You bet it! After all, it’s based on the TV series that all preschoolers—and school-aged children—adore. Let’s not kid ourselves, we actually love the series as adults because it teaches some great life lessons for our children, and we’re sure Ryder is Iron Man’s son.
The official age rating for PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie is PG. You’ll want to go to the theaters with the kids for safety reasons and enjoy the movie with them, but this is going to be something they’ll adore by themselves too. When it comes to streaming, they will have it on repeat!
Wait, it’s PG? Aren’t animated movies rated G? In a lot of cases they are, but there may be some scary moments for the youngest viewers in the house. There are some perilous moments in the movie, and there is set to be some “mild action.” If your kids loved the first PAW Patrol movie, they’ll be fine with this one.
Some of the older kids in the family may not want to see it. Promise to introduce them to some mild horror when you get home later.
PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie is out in theaters on Friday, Sept. 29.