Charlotte's Web ( 1973 )


Wilbur the pig is scared of the end of the season, because he knows that come that time, he will end up on the dinner table. He hatches a plan with Charlotte, a spider that lives in his pen, to ensure that this will never happen.

The movie powerfully depicts the deep and caring friendship between the characters, emphasizing the importance of loyalty and support.


The film demonstrates a strong sense of loyalty, particularly in the relationships between the animals.

Acts of kindness and understanding are central to the story, teaching viewers about the importance of being compassionate towards others.

Kindness is a recurring theme, with characters often going out of their way to help one another.

Several characters show bravery in the face of difficult circumstances, highlighting the value of courage.


The story contains numerous examples of love and care within friendships, reinforcing the importance of loving others.

The characters work together to solve problems, showcasing the benefits of cooperation and teamwork.

fear 4/10

Some scenes may be mildly scary for young children, such as moments of danger or tension involving the animals.

violence 2/10

There are a few instances of mild, cartoonish violence which may be unsettling for very young kids, but nothing graphic or intense.

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