Current films are reviewed each week to provide parents a guide to decide what may be appropriate to younger viewers.
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Rating: PG-13 for language, some drug use and brief sexuality
What it's about: An adult son learns his dead dad had another family and tries to get to know them.
The kid-attractor factor: A cute kid interacting with Chris "Capt. Kirk" Pine.
Good lessons/bad lessons: Whatever you face in life, "lean into it" be present and involved.
Language: Some profanity
Drugs: Alcohol is consumed and abused, AA meetings are attended
Parents' advisory: The adult themes will play over the heads of most kids. Suitable for age 12 and up.
Rating: R for pervasive sexual content, brief graphic nudity, language and some drug use
What it's about: A young slacker finds lucrative work as a male stripper, but discovers the dark side of that world.
The kid-attractor factor: Channing Tatum, Cody Horn, lots of dancing dirty dancing.
Good lessons/bad lessons: Taking your clothes off for money is hard work and not as demeaning as you'd believe.
Violence: A few punches are thrown.
Language: Quite a bit of profanity
Sex: Why yes. And lots of nudity and stripping and such.
Drugs: Drug abuse and its consequences are dealt with.
Parents' advisory:Despite the generally light tone and kid-friendly cast, this is a seriously adult movie suitable for 16 and up.
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