I took my 12 and 11 year old to see it and we all enjoyed it. We all laughed out loud many times . We liked the message money cant't buy happiness, and you need to know what is going on in your life.Great movie I would see it again.
I think this is a idea movie for tweens (10-12) and teens (all ages). This is NOT a movie for children under 10. The movie has innappropite content in it that would not be suitable for children under these ages.
Sexual Content (Pause): Tanzie dresses like a prostitute.
Violence (Not an Issue): None.
Language (Pause): Two uses of sh*t.
Social Behavior (Pause): Tanzie and Ava learn the values of hard work, but the film is littered with plenty of bad messages.
Commercialism (Pause): Material wealth is celebrated. Mercedes Benz, Domino's, Pepsi, Rolodex, Chanel, etc.
Drug/Alcohol/Tobacco (Pause): Various characters smoke and drink, reference to prescription drugs.
It is a message about commercialism and social status that could have emphasized more about the girls and their strengths. All I'm left with is a sense of 2 rich girls who thru a series of mishaps, make it back after experiencing a couple of hardships. Being poor to them was more about inconvenience. Also, inappropriate "shit happens".