The Nutcracker 3D

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The Nutcracker was a very touching movie. Some parts are kind of creepy, though (it doesn't really look like it but it is)! The movie is about two kids who have an uncle who is fascinated with toys. Almost every year, he gives them something toy related and this year, he gave Mary a nutcracker. She thought it was very valuable to her. Turns out, the nutcracker talks and he used to be a real prince. But, there's a Rat King and Queen who put a spell on him and have taken over his country; Mary tries to help him to get his country back.

I liked The Nutcracker. I liked that the toys came to life, every single one, and I liked that it was a musical. The most creepy part is the Rat King and Queen: they bite other people and their teeth really are huge when they want to chop something, I mean, gums spread out everywhere and back teeth come forward. This movie might be a little scary to little kids. I think you should see the movie in 3D because you actually could see a lot of things with the 3D. The Nutcracker 3D doesn't make you want to see the ballet but for a movie, it was really good.

by Monkey Riley

Riley Roberts is the youngest professional movie critic in history and a kid red carpet reporter. At the age of 4, she began contributing reviews to KidsPickFlicks.com, the kids’ movie review site started by her older brother Cole McNamara, and eventually was named the site’s lead children’s critic and president. At the age of 6, Riley became a broadcast film critic as well on the “Family Flicks” segment on the Reelz Channel show “Dailies;” at 11, she rejoined the network as their Kid Correspondent. Starting at age 8, Riley has interviewed hundreds of entertainers including Taylor Swift, Dwayne Johnson, Adam Sandler, Anne Hathaway, Amy Poehler, Selena Gomez, Drew Barrymore, Zac Efron, Josh Hutcherson and Jaden Smith. In 2014, Riley and Cole sold KidsPickFlicks to Fanlala.com, which evolved into Crixit. Riley enjoys diving, singing, improv comedy, Pewdiepie and “Pretty Little Liars.” Her favorite movies are Pitch Perfect, The Fault in Our Stars and Aristocats.

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