Innocent and Very Adult
I was surprised that the Common Sense Media description made no mention to a few points written about in the comments. This is a great film for tweens and teens and adults and, in the end, the age designation is spot on.
That said, families should know that throughout the language is a bit salty, with hand gestures and such. Adults are often verbally and physically abusive, even when it comes from a place of love. If you had a problem with "A Christmas Story" you'll have a problem here. Otherwise, you'll have no problem--it's that kind of story. But it is an adult story, even if your child will love it.
As noted, there are a few scenes that are more mature. At about 0:46 there is a couple having sex in the back (fully clothed, but your kids might/might not pick up on it), followed by a woman breastfeeding in the theater (if such things bother you). At 1:03 there is nudity on the screen, with kids masturbating to it (not graphic, but obvious--that's the joke), followed by a prostitute bringing men into a back room. All of this is meant to show the culture of going to the cinema for different people over their lifespan, but you might skip over (which, considering the editing Alfredo does, is a bit ironic). Just know it's there and is not critical to miss.
At the end (spoiler) Toto watches a reel of "sexy" clips Alfredo had cut from the reels. Who show a woman topless. If you have a problem with topless statues and art, this is like that. Brief, but part of the theme.
A great movie. Much of what is written here will give families things to talk about, especially as we are surrounded by the same issues but less artfully done.
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Positive role models