Parents' Guide to

6 Children & 1 Grandfather

By Brian Costello, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Horrible, tedious family movie has potty humor.

Movie NR 2018 105 minutes
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Community Reviews

age 8+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 5+

Terrible acting, low budget, sucky in general

I would rather grind my fingers than watch this again. The cast list makes no sense. If all children lived in England there whole lives and there parents were from England, they shouldn’t have Hispanic or French accents or be of different races. Another thing: accents are obviously faked and it seems all of the actors résumés were too because there is no emotion in this movie. Now for the last part. No sensible plot. How can grandkids be inherited from an uncle??? Like how where they permeated to take care of 6 kids when there is a finically stable grandpa in picture? No one will enjoy this unless your a manic
age 12+

Terrible

If you want your son or daughter To be respectful and responsible then this movie is not for u .

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (3 ):
Kids say (1 ):

In every sense, this is a bad, bad, bad movie. While the lead character is supposed to be Scottish, he grows to sound more and more like a New Yorker as 6 Children & 1 Grandfather plods on. In fact, this movie is a menagerie of fake accents. Scenes plod on with no entertainment value or overall purpose, and the actors read their lines like dazed prisoners of war. The attempts at humor are beyond trite, if not outright excruciating, and none of the six grandchildren stand out from each other or emerge as remotely likable.

There's really nothing redeeming about this movie. It's not even "so bad, it's good." Even the word "assistant" is repeatedly misspelled in the closing credits. There are so many better kids' movies with similar stories and themes out there. Literally, all of them.

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