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ALL STARS [3D]

ALL STARS <span>[3D]</span> artwork

ALL STARS [3D]

Type of media Film

Approved Running time 106m 18s

Release date 03/05/2013

Ratings Info Contains mild violence and one use of very mild language

Genre(s) Comedy, Drama, Music

Director(s) Ben Gregor

Cast includes Theo Stevenson, Ashley Jensen, Kimberley Walsh, Kevin Bishop, Mark Heap

Cut This work was passed uncut.

  • Suitable for all iconU

Ratings info

Ratings info publication date 23/04/2013

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

ALL STARS is a comedy drama in which a group of children put on a dance show in order to save a youth centre that is being threatened with closure.

Violence

One of the characters practices martial arts and she is shown during training bouts delivering blows and kicks that knock her opponents over. There is no detail and these moments are played for comic effect. In one scene, a boy takes part in a dance sequence in which he is faced by other dancers who are dressed as Samurai warriors carrying weapons made out of paper. The action plays as stylised 'pretend' fighting. Another scene features a more realistic fight between two boys, which starts when one of them makes a hurtful comment about the other's father. There is some pushing around and then the boy who made the comment delivers a punch to his rival's face. The impact is not shown in detail and the force of the blow is only indicated by a sound effect. The boy who is hit is left with only a small scratch on his cheek.

Language

The film contains very mild bad language ('crappy', 'God' and 'hell').

Details

Title
ALL STARS
Title Information
3D
Year
2013
Distributor(s)
Vertigo Distribution Ltd
Classified date(s)
08/04/2013
Main language
English
Submitted run time
106m 18s
Approved footage
9567+0
BBFC reference
AFF296801
Registration number
CFJ28671
Remarks
3D
Note to parents
This version of the film is displayed in the 3D or IMAX format and some younger children may find this a more intense experience

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