Kid reviews for Love the Coopers

Common Sense says

All-star holiday comedy is too uneven to be memorable.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 16+
Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 14+
Based on 4 reviews
Teen, 16 years old Written byJflores14 November 14, 2015

Sweet comedy about love, loss, and family

This Christmas movie is at time cheesy, but is overall very sweet and memorable(despite what common sense media says). I would recommend this to anyone who loves a good laugh. CONTENT: Violence- none Sex- references to orgasms in a Christmas song, one couple French kisses and touch tongues on multiple occasions, one character says he is only gay in bed, some sexual innuendo, some humorous making out Language- some uses of bullshit, crap, damn, and hell are all used. 3 uses of dick are used by a little girl. MY RATING: PG-13/ for some thematic material, some sexual content, language, and crude material

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Kid, 11 years old January 28, 2016
funny but too much drama and a little kids says some bad words

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Kid, 9 years old April 24, 2016

Sweet and heartwarming comedy is very funny but very racy.

My rating:PG-13 for some sexuality throughout, language, and alcohol and drug use.
Teen, 14 years old Written byDisneymovielover77 January 7, 2016

Money can't buy you love and family during the holidays

Love the Coopers is in different narratives, you have the hopeful Ruby ( played wonderfully by Amanda Seyfreid, aka the star from Letters to Juliet) a waitress at a cafe who's working out details about what she's going to do with her life. Marissa Tomei's character is Nancy's sister and she stole a piece of jewelry in a store and was arrested and went to jail. Along the way she was bonding with a cop. Diane Keaton and John Goodman play the grandparents who took there granddaughter with them around town. 2 brothers, 1 of them really likes a girl while his younger brother is looking for the perfect present to give to his big brother. The dad is trying to get a job and another character really likes another character. Another character who's an atheist and likes a guy in the army. It seemed like it'll be really good and a fun comedy movie. The things I liked. Ruby is the only good character in this movie with actually a good moral besides the younger brother. I wanted to see what happened to her life in the movie but then we had to leave in the middle of the movie. I wondered if she got her life on track and she's my favorite character out of all of them. The other scene I liked as when Diane Keaton and John Goodman took there granddaughter to go sledding. I had to leave because of bad morals. In 1 scene the narrator said 2ce " don't look at her boobs" which was gross, girls are not meant to be objects but instead they deserved to be treated in a kind and friendly way and boys shouldn't think of girls like that. The granddaughter said the d word with the k at the end of it and said it over the intercom at a grocery store, I don't like it when kids say bad words during movies and the word will get your kids in lunch detention or ISS. 1 character stole and it meant to be funny, stealing something is not funny for any kind of comedy. Another character complained during a job interview and another character wasn't very nice to a character after she told him she's moving to go to a college. The grandparents talked about drugs in the car with a teenager and made it sound like it's ok, that's something that's not ok and sends a bad message to the teenagers and several other kids and families who are thinking about seeing it. I would say it's not a Yuletide treat like The Grinch with Jim Carrey or The Santa Clause triology with Tim Allen ( which are WAY better and cleaner than this movie), Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer which is a classic, Frosty the Snowman which is a great classic to watch over the holidays, Santa Clause is Coming to Town which is fun to watch, Home Alone triology may have booby traps in the house but it's cleaner than what this movie had to offer, It's A Wonderful Life a great Christmas Classic, The Polar Express which has amazing animation and while it may be a little dark it's certainly a wonderful movie for the holidays, and last but not least Miracle on 34th Street ( both the 1947 and the 1994 version) both are fun. Watch these movies instead because this movie is certainly not a Yuletide treat to watch where as the choices I listed are classics and are perfect for the holidays. The Intern was WAY better than this movie, left the theater for love the coopers feeling disappointed. Stay home and watch the classics, this is one meant for older teens and parents.

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