The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars | Full Movie
The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars
- 1h 13m
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Excitement awaits the entire family as all your favorite electrical appliances - Toaster, Lampy, Radio, Kirby and Blank - return for their bravest adventure yet! Robbie, the master's baby, has been mysteriously beamed to Mars. It's up to our heroes plus a houseful of new friends - a fan, microwave, calculator, bag of cheddar-flavored popcorn and "the contraption in the junk drawer" to reach for the stars and bring him safely home. Starring the voice talents of Farrah Fawcett, Carol Channing, Wayne Knight and Alan King, and featuring all-new songs, this delightful tale overflows with friendship and courage. For outof-this-world entertainment, Disney's The Brave Little Toaster Goes To Mars is one fun-filled mission your children will love.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Common Sense Media
An amusing but dumbed-down kids' cartoon.
June 22, 2017
June 21, 2017
Wouldn't it be nice if the Brave Little Toaster retired?
June 20, 2017
Film Freak Central
A definite spark of the subversive that by itself earns it a recommendation.
June 17, 2017
June 16, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Sweet sequel will amuse kids; less intense than original.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars is a 1998 movie in which the titular toaster and his appliance friends must go to Mars to rescue the newborn baby of their owners after he's accidentally beamed away. When the newborn baby arrives, a character asks where babies come from, which could inspire questioning that some parents might not be ready to answer. The appliances encounter an army of angry appliances that have built a missile to destroy Earth. The look of this movie is virtually the same as the original Brave Little Toaster, but the story is a bit more childish. Its true target audience is preschoolers -- they'll enjoy the cute talking appliance characters the most. Grade-school kids may be attracted by the sci-fi/adventure elements, while older kids and tweens probably won't be interested.
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- Genre:Animation, Kids, Family, Adventure, Franchise
- Release Date:May 19, 1998
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD