Lilo & Stitch ( 2002 )


As Stitch, a runaway genetic experiment from a faraway planet, wreaks havoc on the Hawaiian Islands, he becomes the mischievous adopted alien "puppy" of an independent little girl named Lilo and learns about loyalty, friendship, and ʻohana, the Hawaiian tradition of family.

The story emphasizes the importance of friendship and forming connections with those who are different.


The film strongly showcases the theme of love, especially the love within a family and accepting others.

Characters demonstrate compassion and understanding for each other's struggles and differences.

Themes of taking responsibility for one's actions and caring for family members are highlighted.

The film encourages seeing things from another's perspective and showing empathy.

Promotes the acceptance of others, even if they are 'different' or misunderstood.

Shows the importance of working together to solve problems and support each other.

violence 4/10

Some scenes involve mild cartoonish violence, such as spaceship chases and physical scuffles.

fear 3/10

Certain scenes may be frightening for young children, including intense chase sequences and characters in peril.

language 2/10

Occasional use of mild language and name-calling.

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