I utterly love this movie. I love this movie because the movie is telling us that sometimes it is hard to let go of the past and not live in but the best way is to take one step at a time toward delight, it doesn't matter how hard that may seem. It also saying that you just because you put off your dream it doesn't mean that you have to lose your dream completely. In addition I like how Charlie is a dedicated and loyal brother to his little brother even though his own needs go by the wayside. He doesn’t know how to manage his grief and instead drowns in it. Yet, the movie has only a little violence because a child dies in a terrible car accident and you see blood, cuts, and bruises. Guys talk trash after a sporting event and at a bar; one of them gets punched in the mouth. Additionally there is a little sex such as the main characters (Charlie and Tess) kisses passionately and spends the night together; he's seen with his shoulders bare and Charlie is seen shirtless. There is some language such as “ass”, “d--k.” “S--t”, "hell," "damn," and "crap." And there is some drinking. Overall, I think this movie is a great movie for teens.