My middle school Drama class is doing Annie for our play, so we had to watch this movie in class to get a feel for what we were doing. I was shocked that this stood up pretty well in the test of time, unlike some other cheesy movies from the '80s. I was also surprised at the frequent, yet mild adult content in this movie. Miss Hanigan (played by Carol Burnett, who should have won an Oscar for her amazing job in this role) is a severe alcoholic who likes saying G** and hits on random guys, such as the laundryman and the policeman. Miss Hanigan also abuses the orphans, who are just as mean to her; Miss Hanigan's brother, Rooster, isn't much better. In the climax of the movie, Rooster hits his sister and chases Annie up a giant bridge, but only to fall quite a ways down and be arrested. Plus, in two memorable scenes, a crazy dude trys to bomb a house and Annie beats up a bunch of other kids. Overall, this movie is good for 7-year-old's and up, but young kids should stay away. Parents, you won't groan through this either; this is actually pretty decent, as far as kiddie movies go.