Kid reviews for Star Wars: Andor

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Common Sense says

age 13+

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Parents say

age 13+

Based on 10 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 22 reviews

age 14+

Awesome, but not for little children

*This is based on the first 3 episodes* Andor is a mature, grounded story about real, down to earth people in the Star Wars universe. There is what was in my opinion a rather unnecessary sequence that strongly implies that a girl and a guy had sex. There was nothing explicit but I don’t believe they should’ve put that into Star Wars. There was one use of sh** and two uses of bast***. All of this aside, the characters, both old and new, are compelling and the action is well done. Some dead bodies are shown, but there isn’t any blood on them. A young woman is shot dead, and Cassian kills two men in a dark alley. Again, there’s no blood or anything gory. I think that young kids may find the show a bit boring due to the pacing and the lack of epic lightsaber duels and use of the force. But for a teenager and adult, it’s awesome!
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age 13+

Andor proves that Star Wars, in the right hands, can be top-tier television.

From the first trailer, my expectations for Andor were ridiculously high. I have to say, after the conclusion of the first season, wow! The series is one of if not the most well thought-out project from Lucasfilm in recent memory. Star Wars, as much as I love the saga, isn’t exactly known for top-tier writing. Andor takes that expectation and flips it completely on its head. The quality and complexity in every single aspect of this story and its production is wildly impressive! I would 100% recommend this series to both diehard fans and Star Wars haters, you don’t want to miss out on this. Of course, this gritty, more mature approach to the galaxy far, far away is bound to have some potential concerns for parents. #1 (VIOLENCE): Andor continues the typical Star Wars violence, with blaster battles, explosions, and hand-to-hand combat. Blood, if shown at all, is minimal. Many civilians, Rebels, and Imperials alike die in combat, and some corpses are focused on. A man commits suicide by electrocution; the moment is not graphic. #2 (LANGUAGE): While swearing is only mild in most of the episodes, Andor breaks the usual Star Wars standard by including one very clearly spoken sh**. Slang for suicide is included in one scene. #3 (SEX): Of all on-screen Star Wars content, Andor is certainly the most involved with sexual content. That said, it is still fairly minimal, and mostly limited to the first few episodes. Cassian enters what is implied to be a brothel, a holographic woman dances in the background, there is a tiny bit of flirting, but the speech is nowhere near graphic and no scantily-clad women are seen. In the following episode, the side of a woman’s thigh is briefly visible as she pulls on a pair of pants, it is implied that she slept with her boyfriend the night before. Two characters are remarked to be “sharing a blanket.” Another brief implication that two characters slept together. Male prisoners are shown naked from the waist up.

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Too much sex
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3 people found this helpful.
age 11+

Amazing Character Origin Story

More violence than your average Star Wars (not too much), implicit sexual references, but a great story.

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age 11+

My thoughts / full season review

This hole thing was beautiful!! If you thought it was slow at first I would stick with it. It had a good plot and is some of the best tv I have seen. Fits good in the TV14 rating, wouldn’t be higher then that. Highly recommend, my family watched it together (my little brother did watch it and was fine with it although I would wait till 11)

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1 person found this helpful.
age 12+
It's a more mature Rogue One prequel that has violence and intrigue.

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age 12+

Amazing!

My previous review stated that this show was boring… and it’s true, the first couple episodes are… however, episode 3 picks up pace, and episode 4 makes me want the show to never end. The characters are compelling, the story is fascinating, and the questions the series poses are interesting. Make no mistake, this is 100% aimed toward older audiences. Kids will be lost with the political, complicated stories, and will probably be booted out of their minds. However, those mature enough to understand it will be fascinated. Definitely watch!!!

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Too much violence
Too much sex
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age 16+

Most mature Star Wars project ever!

This series is surprisingly the most mature and adult-themed Star Wars project out of all Star Wars projects they have made, which is a good thing because I love how Star Wars is getting mature and more interesting by it.

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1 person found this helpful.
age 13+

It’s Star Wars who new we would have reference sex

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Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
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age 13+

I don't see the hype over this show

This Star Wars show sucks this is an honest opinion I prefer Star Wars movies over shows, but this is just not it rouge one>Andor any day
age 13+

Eh…Too boring

Meh. Wasn’t for me. I prefer Star Wars with more action, like Return of the Jedi and Revenge of the Sith. I don’t think kids will enjoy it much, but I could imagine some adults and parents enjoying it. It’s very slow and really bored me, but I wouldn’t call it bad. It was just meh. Still better than the horrible Boba Fett show and all the sequels.