ROME WITH LOVE
Rating: R for some sexual references
What it's about: Assorted Americans and Italians converge on Rome and have affairs and other misadventures.
The kid attractor factor: Jesse Eisenberg, Ellen Page and Greta Gerwig, in Rome.
Good lessons, bad lessons: "If something is too good to be true, you can bet it's not."
Language: Pretty crude, once or twice.
Sex: Nope, making this the mildest R-rated film of the summer
Drugs: Alcohol is consumed to the point of intoxication wine, mostly.
Parents advisory: Aside from the profanity, there's nothing here to scare off younger Woody fans in your household OK for 12-and-up
Rating: R for crude and sexual content, pervasive language, and some drug use
What it's about: A guy keeps talking to his Teddy bear, long after he grows up. And the foulmouthed teddy bear talks back.
The kid attractor factor: A cartoon bear talking dirty from that "Family Guy" creator.
Good lessons, bad lessons: To be an adult, sometimes you have to put away childish things.
Violence: A stabbing, a brutal brawl played for laughs.
Language: Just filthy.
Sex: Simulated, with nudity here and there.
Drugs: Pot, coke, booze.
Parents advisory: Seriously off-limits for 13-and-unders, even though they could be the very ones who'd find this juvenile humor funny.
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