I didn't get past the first 5 minutes because the usher says "GD" (taking God's name in vain)... Commonsensemedia.org mentions mild language but I disagree. Any movie that has that strong of a word shouldn't be described with "mild language".
Keep all kids toddlers through teens away from this one.
Ok. I have four kids ages 12, 9, 6, and 3. I consider myself a fairly liberal parent when it comes to some of the things my kids watch for movies. My older two are good at distinguishing fantasy from reality, but this movie would definitely seem to be depicting reality for preteen and cause some confusion for them.
Apparently my memory was faulty in remembering that this movie was a kid movie. I should know that nothing about real parenthood is G-rated, so why should the movie be rated as such. This is DEFINITELY not for kids unless you plan on explaining why that thing on TV is not a cup but actually a diaphragm and then following up your twelve year old when he asks what that has to do with having babies. Whenever I thought one scene was probably the worst one and it would get better from there, it only went more downhill.
I would say this should be rated R and only be for adults. It promotes really bad teen behavior including teen pregnancy, drinking, smoking, and pornography to name a few. It could have been done with the same humor minus the sex and disrespectful behavior towards parents. I definitely give this a thumbs down for kids but rate it as fairly funny for adults.
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