I think this is a really good movie and I can see a lot of relations to Cinderella. The more times I see it, the more connections I find. I like how in this movie, Cinderella's a boy and there's Princess Charming. Positive Messages: Believe in yourself and don't let anyone stop you from conquering your goals. Positive Role Models: Charlie Prince (Max Schneider) teaches children that you can do anything you set your mind to. Shaun (Drake Bell) is constantly trying to help him with that. Kadee Worth (Keke Palmer) doesn't like all the clothes and makeup and songs that she's forced to sing. "Love You, Hate You" is the name of one of the songs she sings. "I love you so much, I hate you so bad, and lyrics like that, but Kadee doesn't like it. Violence: Charlie climbs a pole that falls back and he has to jump on the windowsill, but that's not very violent or scary (except for Charlie). Sex: A couple kisses and in one scene where Kadee does a music video, she's shown wearing heavy makeup and a onesie she can barely move in, complete with super high wedges she has to dance in. A guy takes his shirt off and asks Kadee to sign it, but he's not a super gorgeous hunk or anything--in fact, he needs to work out. So the shirtlessness wasn't really a problem as the guy wasn't cute. Language: One "butt" you can barely hear, not even really referring to the body part ("Get your butt up here!") Consumerism: References to MTV, but nothing more. Drinking and drugs: Diego puts a tiny umbrella in something that looks like a martini, but who knows. Overall: This story is quite cute and good for girls and boys ages 7 1/2 and up.