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(out of 7 reviews)
age 9+
 
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Adult Written byrufusmom April 9, 2008
age 0+
 

a laugh a minute

This is one of my (and my kids) favorite movies. Some friends of ours got upset with the 2 or 3 episodes where there was alcohol served (champagne), and God's name was used flippantly a few times. Other than that, and a kiss between the two main characters at the end of the movie, this is one of the best movies ever made!
Adult Written byWhatdoIthink? April 9, 2008
age 0+
 
Well this movie is kinda boring, but not awful, if you want to see Barbara Streisand @ her best, see For Pete's Sake.
Parent of a 12 year old Written bycrankylibrarian January 3, 2014
age 8+
 

Great screwball humor, with some dated sexual politics

Great screwball humor, with some dated sexual politics. See if your kids can keep straight who's got which suitcase, and watch for the marvelous chase scene down San Francisco's Lombard street. Concerns: Madeline Kahn's character is constantly mocked for her appearance and shrewishness, and there is a distasteful rape joke near the end.
What other families should know
Too much sex
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
Parent of a 11 and 13 year old Written byWWR April 30, 2010
age 10+
 

Lots of fun

This movie is lots of fun and will have you laughing. There are some great characters in the film. My kids, 10 and 12, both enjoyed it and did us adults.
Parent of a 14 year old Written byChicagoan December 7, 2009
age 9+
 

Enjoyable by everyone

A funny, silly movie that we've enjoyed watching several times. I first saw it as a young adult, and I was afraid that it would be dated and boring for my teenager, and was gratified that she also found it hilarious. I'm not sure that it would engage the interest of really young kids.
Adult Written bymoviemadness February 10, 2009
age 8+
 

Great Family Film

My sisters and I used to watch this almost every weekend when we were children. The story is funny, slightly predictable, and full of hilarious situations. There is no real sexuality, except for a makeout scene behind a piano and a little innuendo that will go over younger kids' heads. The violence is also minor, but there is shooting (no one is hurt) and some chase scenes that end up severely damaing other people's property. Bottom line: it's a great film, but not for kids under eight.