Captain Underpants

Captain Underpants
Captain Underpants

Year

2017

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

George and Harold are neighbours and best friends at school, where they have become hugely popular for their elaborate pranks, mostly aimed at their strict headmaster, Benjamin Krupp. In their spare time, the youngsters also write their very own comic books about Captain Underpants, a hero who fights crime wearing only his underpants and a cape, which they sell to their classmates from their treehouse-turned-office. However when they decide to hypnotise Krupp into thinking he is Captain Underpants himself, things threaten to get even more chaotic. This anarchic animated family comedy is full of cheeky toilet humour and adapted from a hugely successful collection of stories.

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Mild rude humour, comic threat.

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