Rick and I watched IGOR last night. We left with mixed feelings -- did we like this or not? One thing we agreed on was that our boys probably wouldn't. First of all, my two youngest don't like going to the movie theater. They think it's too loud, which is silly because they're way louder when they play at home. But they don't enjoy going, so we don't make them. Another reason are the previews. Why do the theaters do previews for movies like Twilight when they have an audience of kids inside? I think that's why my boys don't like going. My poor husband. We don't go to the movies very often. I'd say we go maybe a few times a year. This past year I've had Rick take me to see Speed Racer, The Clone Wars and now IGOR -- all animated films. As for IGOR, it's getting really bad reviews. I don't think it's something my kids would like that much and it definitely has some interesting factors -- a rabbit with suicidal tendencies, one character who pops pills to keep herself beautiful who also wears baby seal slippers. Just stuff like that which might make some people flip out. There are also a few times where the characters tell the monster she's ugly and hideous. It's a little cruel in that respect. So for that, I don't think it's a good movie for little kids. It has a PG-rating, so people should consider that. The animation was good and IGOR does have some interesting characters. IGOR himself is quite likable as are his two friends, Scamper and Brain. Even the monster, Eva is sweet and you immediately like her. But in all honesty, I wouldn't take young kids to it. It's not that scary, but it is dark and has some dark themes that parents might find objectionable. I however, like these dark animated films, being a fan of Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas and Corpse Bride. I was hoping IGOR would stand up to those, but frankly, it didn't. NBC and Corpse Bride revolve so much around music. IGOR had music in it, but it wasn't that spectacular. All the same, it has some funny parts and I still enjoyed it. It's definitely an animated movie for older kids and adults.