THE ADVENTURES OF MICKEY MATSON AND THE COPPERHEAD TREASURE

"Family-Friendly Adventure Movie"

Quality:
Content: -1 Discretion advised for older children.

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What You Need To Know:

THE ADVENTURES OF MICKEY MATSON AND THE COPPERHEAD TREASURE is an adventure movie for families. Mickey’s grandfather leaves him a special trinket in his safety deposit box: a seemingly ordinary rock. The rock unravels a series of clues that Mickey and his friends must uncover to preserve the Alchemy Machine, a special device that can turn three elements into expensive silver. They must protect the machine from some modern-day Confederate sympathizers, who believe the Civil War never ended. Can Mickey and his friends protect the machine before it’s too late?

THE ADVENTURES OF MICKEY MATSON keeps viewers entertained from beginning to end. The plot gives children a sneak peek into Civil War history. There are a few scenes of violence and some toilet humor. Also, the references to the Alchemy Machine are slightly occult. However, the movie focuses on laying down your life to protect the people and things you love the most. Also, some of the violence is comical and lighthearted. So, all in all, THE ADVENTURES OF MICKEY MATSON AND THE COPPERHEAD TREASURE would require only a caution for children.

Content:

(BB, C, O, V, MM) Dominant moral, light redemptive worldview to lay down your life to protect the people and things you love the most, and love triumphing over evil, but some references to an “Alchemy Machine” that can create silver, which sound lightly occult, but machine’s design resembles a Star of David; no foul language, but some toilet humor and passing gas; moderate level of violence including criminals robbing and scaring customers in the bank, three scenes of one character punching and kicking another character; no sexual content; no nudity; no alcohol use; no smoking or drug use; and, moderate level of miscellaneous immorality such as lying, stealing, revenge, kidnapping, greed, bad role models, and depiction of a dysfunctional family.

More Detail:

THE ADVENTURES OF MICKEY MATSON AND THE COPPERHEAD TREASURE is an adventure movie for families. Mickey’s grandfather leaves him a special trinket in his safety deposit box: a seemingly ordinary rock. However, the rock unravels a series of clues that Mickey and his friends must uncover to preserve the Alchemy Machine, a special device that can turn three elements into expensive silver. They take it upon themselves to protect the machine from some modern-day Confederate sympathizers, who believe the Civil War never ended. Will Mickey and his friends retrieve the elements and protect the machine before it’s too late?

THE ADVENTURES OF MICKEY MATSON is a family-friendly movie that keeps kids and adults entertained from the first scene until the last. The plot is carried out nicely by top notch actors, and the plot gives children a sneak peek into Civil War history. There are a few scenes of violence and some toilet humor. Also, the references to the Alchemy Machine are a little occult.

However, the movie focuses on laying down your life to protect the people and things you love the most, and love triumphing over evil. Also, some of the violence is comical, which gives the movie a lighthearted spin. So, all in all, THE ADVENTURES OF MICKEY MATSON AND THE COPPERHEAD TREASURE aims at families.

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