DreamWorks’ new animated movie, Abominable, tells the story of a Chinese teenager named Yi who finds a yeti on her roof in Shanghai. She and her friends travel the world with the yeti, named Everest, looking for his family. Meanwhile, an evil man wants to capture Everest and keep him captive. The teenager and her friends learn lessons about themselves along the way.
Our Take on Abominable
Rated PG, Abominable contains a bit of mild rude humor and a few scary moments. It’s also said to have some mild references to sexuality. Other than these aspects, the movie is kid-appropriate. It also promotes the idea of perseverance and encourages an adventurous spirit as the characters travel the world.
You can view the trailer for Abominable here.
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