Addams Family Values

Addams Family Values
Addams Family Values




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Sometimes, you have to look a little closer to find out how a family really works. Take the Addams Family - on the surface, they're a collection of ghouls and oddballs who would probably scare you witless if you were ever to find yourself visiting their rambling mansion. There's Wednesday and Pugsley the two spooky children, the equally creepy Grandma, terrifying Uncle Fester, dad Gomez and mum Morticia - oh, and Cousin It, who the less we say about the better. All of them are enough to chill your blood - but in fact, they're a loving and big-hearted bunch, as is proven in this great gothic comedy adapted from the much-loved television series, which follows the first 1991 Addams Family film.

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language, mild fantasy violence and scary scenes

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