Small Soldiers

Small Soldiers
Small Soldiers

Year

1998

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

A toy company uses the latest top-secret military technology in a series of action figures - enabling them to talk and act as if they were 'real' soldiers. But the microchips they've employed are far more powerful than they could have imagined, because when the two opposing sides of the new toy line bust out of their packaging, they start to engage in genuine combat - and a young boy and his family are soon in the crossfire. The result is a brilliantly-realised and quick-witted action-comedy.

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PG Classification

This film has several uses of mild bad language and contains horror.

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