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Parents' Guide to

Dumb and Dumber To

By S. Jhoanna Robledo, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Purposely crude, over-the-top sequel lives up to its title.

Movie PG-13 2014 110 minutes
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Community Reviews

age 15+

Based on 13 parent reviews

age 18+

Don’t waste your time

Parents please don’t let your children watch this in any age. It is not only age appropriate but moral distortion for human kind Not only sexually but in every ways. I regret that i did not switch off the TV when he put his hand in an old lady’s vagina. I couldn’t imagine the movie would go any worse. I am so disgusted Please people don’t waste your time watching movies like this but also please don’t waste your time making these evil stuff that taint and pollute our loved ones mind. Very very sad .
age 14+

Over the Top and Cruder Sequel

I have grown up loving the first Dumb and Dumber. It was full of gross- out humour that really was funny and it's just a plain awesome film. This sequel, was disappointing. It had a lot more crude sexual humour and language than the first and was going out of control. Was it funny? Like the first , it had the same type of humour... though, It went TOO far. Common Sense, you missed a few things here. Overall, this film wasn't too good and it wasn't something new either.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (13 ):
Kids say (39 ):

Nostalgia is the fuel that will propel DUMB AND DUMBER TO, not excellence. The film is trading on its past glories. Though there's still chemistry between Daniels and Carrey, it's not enough to carry the film past its obvious shortcomings: an uninspired script that recycles old jokes, a worn-out plot, and crude humor that's neither funny nor relevant much of the time. Fans of the original may still get a kick out of the film, but if you're new to the game, you may not want to bother.

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