Kid reviews for The Choice

Common Sense says

Womanizer trades up for true love in Nicholas Sparks weepie.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 15+
Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 15+
Based on 2 reviews
Kid, 9 years old May 3, 2016

Heartbreaking and entertaining but predictable romance drama is OKAY for teens.

This heartbreaking drama is about a medical student named Gabby, who recently moved to North Carolina. While she's there, she meets a young, handsome, but sweet womanizer, and they fall in love. After a one night stand, things get stuff when Gabby's boyfriend comes back from a trip. Gabby and Travis need to make a choice to stay together or move on, and they make a choice to marry each other, and start a big relationship. 7 years later, after they have kids, and start a family, Gabby makes an accident, and now Travis needs to make an ever bigger choice. Violence 2/5: Many heated, loud and intense arguments. A character gets in a car accident in an intense, brutal car accident, though does not die. A horrible, brutal storm hits a town. Sexual content and nudity 4/5: A few graphic sex scenes show a man on top of a woman removing her panties and bra, and thrusting into her with lots of moaning and her bare breasts and bare legs/bottom are seen in these scenes, as well as the mans naked chest. The main character is a womanizer, and many woman are seen with only bra's and panties. Lots of graphic sexual innuendo and references. A woman gets pregnant two times, obviously from sexual intercourse. Language 3/5: A few uses of s--t, d--k, one use of f--k, and a quiet use of c--t. Drugs and drinking 3/5: Many scenes show characters drinking bear and briefly popping pills on a boat, as well as many characters drinking wine. A character briefly gets drunk. Although this movie is entertaining and heartbreaking which made me cry, it's a bit predictable. My rating:R for some sexual content/nudity, language, thematic elements including some violence, and alcohol and drug use.
Teen, 15 years old Written byaverylynn July 24, 2016

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