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Wine Country

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age 16+

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age 15+

All star comic cast

Wine Country is only worth a watch because of the incredible comic cast. Every one of these women are proven A list comedians and they get multiple chances to show off their skills here. I’d say as long as your kids are 15 or older you should be cool for a funny movie night!

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Great messages
Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
age 18+

Such an awful waste of time

This is not only completely inappropriate for any children, it's an utter waste of time for anyone. By twenty minutes in, there has not been a single moment or joke that would make a person with a sense of humor even smile. The constant crudity is draining. The actresses' laughter comes across as cackling and every bit of humor is hollow. The seeming vibe going on between the young waitress and the geriatric character handing out vibrators in the middle of a restaurant is repulsive--downright predatory (think 30-40 year age gap + wealthy vs broke waitress, and so on). The characters are played so joylessly it makes you wonder about the actresses' themselves. It's honestly sad. I'm not sure how someone could watch the final cut of this movie and think, "Let's release this to people who might spend time watching it instead of doing something better with their time, like watching literally anything else. Including drying paint."

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Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much consumerism
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
age 13+

Wouldn’t find it interesting

This movie is good, but definitely is meant for an older age. I don’t think kids would understand the humor and the concept, but the movie is fine... mostly.

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Too much sex
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age 18+

Heartwarming, good-humored, and boring

Lacking in depth, abundant with thinly-founded friendship conflict, with a few good nuggets of humor and character-building spread a bit too thinly. Parents should be aware of a lot of crude humor, ubiquitous wine-drunkeness, countless f-bombs, that a fully topless woman is shown, and that there is some pretty cringe-worthy sexual tension and flirting between a 50 year old woman and a girl half her age.

This title has:

Too much sex
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking