Kid reviews for Bruce Almighty

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Common Sense says

age 14+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 12+

Based on 23 reviews

Kids say

age 11+

Based on 77 reviews

age 14+
Some crude humor in charming, shockingly original, and teen-friendly Carrey comedy.
age 12+
I am on a mission, to watch 300 movies this year. This is the first movie of many and it was a great starter! It was super funny with some really silly humor, but it still seems to make you laugh! it has some edgy humor, and slapstick comedy but most of it will fly over children under double digits heads. i would recommend watching with parent for the first time if you are younger then 12. it has great messages and despite it being a comedy, it made me cry never the end. this is DEFIANTLY a recommended watch.

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Great messages
Too much sex
age 11+
age 13+

🥚

Personally, I’ve loved this movie since I was around 9-10. But there are definitely some scenes in the movie (which I FINALLY understand the meaning of) that make this movie better for teens at the very least. I think it is okay for kids supervised by someone older, because they may have questions. Luckily for me, all of the sexual themes went completely over my head when I was younger, so it was actually one of my favourite movies! I only re watched it yesterday, and I still really enjoy the movie! But for anyone under 13, I recommend watching it with a parent, at least for the first time. Over all, a good movie, with some very goofy humour but a good message behind it.

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Great messages
Too much sex
age 13+

Hilarious and amazing.

Behind all the goofy themes, there is an underlying message meaning you should always have somebody to talk to. There was also a few scenes that made me laugh HARD, including a monkey coming out of a man's behind and ripping through his pants, as well as an awkwardly hilarious scene where a character reads a script for a news report. This movie made me feel many emotions. In conclusion, I found the movie really good.

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Great messages
age 11+

Goofy, fun Carrey comedy isn’t for the whole family

Bruce Almighty is a 2003 film starring Jim Carrey, who is mainly known for repulsive humour. Carrey stars as Bruce Nolan, a news reporter who won’t stop complaining about G-d. When G-d gets tired of his complaining, he chooses Bruce to become the almighty. While it is mainly a comedy, it doesn’t stop from showing violent scenes. A group of men attack Bruce violently. They crowd over him. In one scene, he has 7 fingers on one hand. This may disturb younger viewers. When Grace notices Bruce is having sex with another woman, she cries and runs off. People protest against only winning $17 at the lottery. Things catch on fire, and get stolen. In one scene, Bruce spits out flying bugs out of his mouth. Bruce is hit by a car. Some may have presumed he died. Bruce is shown in the hospital, with blood marks on his face. With its typical Jim Carrey humor, this movie has lots of swearing. The phrase “s- -t” is used constantly in many different formats. The words “jesus” and “g-d” are used as an exclamation. There’s also some crude humour. A monkey comes out of a man’s butt. Ass is used. When a kid repeats the word, it’s likely younger ones may repeat it as well. In one scene, where Carrey is on a boat, he angrily/happily says to the other people at the news station “back to you, f- -kers!” When Carrey is playing a tune with his fingers, he sticks up the middle finger every time at Evan. Sam pees in the toilet. There are some sex scenes within this film. Grace asks Bruce “do my boobs look bigger to you?” In one scene, Grace and Bruce have very passionate sex. Bruce is seen having sex with another woman. Drinking, drugs and smoking are pretty tame. For the drinking, there’s only stuff mentioned about drunks, and characters can be seen drinking glasses of wines. Bruce does a news report saying that a news channel have been found with 220 pounds of marijuana in their truck. Likewise, this movie I highly recommend for ages 11 and up!

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Too much sex
Too much swearing
age 13+

Funny, uplifting typical Jim Carrey humor.

Bruce Almighty is a 2003 comedy movie directed by Tom Shadyac and starring Jim Carrey, Morgan Freeman, Catherine Bell, Steve Carrell, Lisa Ann Walter, and Jennifer Aniston. Language(3/5): Moderate language in the first 30 minutes, and otherwise brief language throughout including one use of "f***ers", a scene with middle finger gestures, and "s**t", "b**ch", "a**hole", "damn", "bastard", "hell", "pr**k", and "a**", including a scene where the word "a**hole" is explained in front of a child. Sex(3/5): Bruce lifts a woman's skirt up, and much of her panties are seen. Innuendo. One scene where during foreplay, Bruce arouses his girlfriend, and org**ms are implied but not shown, and more objects are implied to have been used off screen by the shadows seen at a distance. The morning after, his girlfriend comments that her breasts are bigger, he denies influencing them with his powers but he smirks later. Sexual language. A woman forces herself onto Bruce and agressively kisses him, and her girlfriend sees him and suspects adultery. References to play boy, perky breasts", "boobs", porn, and being "horny". Drinking, Drugs, And Smoking(1/5): Wine drinking is seen at a party. Violence(2/5): Bruce is beaten up by a group after defending a homeless person, and is later a semi-truck. Riots are seen. Positive Messages(3/5): Messages about your actions have consequences, friendship, and self integrity. Positive Role Models And Representations(1/5): Bruce learns lessons and evolves from a petty, selfish person to a more caring person. Quality(opinionated): A good film with funny moments and a good message at it's core. (My rating) PG-13 For language including a brief strong use, a scene with rude gestures, and humorous sexual content.

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Great messages
Too much sex
Too much swearing
age 10+

Funny biblical take reflects on happiness and responsibilities, finished with a sweet moral.

Despite the constant language this film is suited for families and is a very funny comedy based on events from the Bible. There are a few sex references: two characters flirt frequently and later have an argument. Long kisses between characters. There is comic violence as when a gang attack a character. A very painful looking car crash is also pictured. Great messages at the end!

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Great messages
age 12+

Good concept but they really missed.

I really love Carrey's acting but why this role, Carrey, why? Bruce is a news reporter/a professional loser. The CGI and the greenscreen looks awful. Also Morgan Freeman is "The God" in the movie. Perfect for Morgan Freeman! Another movie by Carrey with a moral. Some of the jokes were funny and some of them were just ridiculous. Well, In my opinion the film should have been, Bruce is trying to do good deeds but only causing bigger problems, Not a selfish person who uses unlimited powers just to get revenge on some bullies or get his dog to know how to use the toilet. I would love to see Bruce use the incredible powers he has been given to do bigger things. Too bad the film is not more creative in this regard ...

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Too much swearing
age 15+

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Great messages
Too much swearing