Kid reviews for Yes, God, Yes

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Common Sense says

age 15+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 15+

Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 14+

Based on 9 reviews

age 13+
honestly if you are comfortable with it its fine, I didn't really care.
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age 13+

it was entertaining to say the least and i enjoyed it

I feel like this movie doesn't have an amazing series of events, but the moral is honestly accurate and all too relatable. Everyone's navigating through life and doing their own stuff and people need to respect that and not criticize people for every wrongdoing, especially if they do the same thing themselves. hypocrisy. overall it was fun to watch.
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age 15+

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this movie has some scenes that are not kid friendly like there is a noticeable erection and nude but the movie has an amazing message and is great for 15+

This title has:

Educational value
Great messages
Great role models
Too much sex
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age 14+

Overall great movie

There is a lot of sex in this movie but nothing graphic really, some breasts are shown. Appropriate for kids ages fourteen and older, maybe 13 if you know you can handle it. I really liked its messages about the use of scare tactics used to make people think they are going to hell.

This title has:

Too much sex
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age 14+

It’s not that innapropriate

Although it is rated R, it really isn’t that bad. The main character is exploring sexual pleasure but it’s not that graphic and I think it’s good for 14 and up. This movie is funny too!

This title has:

Great messages
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age 14+

huh

i only watched this because Stranger Things is one of my favorite shows, and one of the cast members are in this movie. but i definitely made a mistake of watching it this young. it was good, but i was a little uncomfortable, but i will definitely watch it when I'm older. i think if your comfortable with this kind of stuff, you should watch it. i dont think it should be removed, because i will want to watch it when im older, and will be sad if i can never watch it again. im only putting great role models because the biker is nice, and i want to have her kindness. shes pretty much the only great role model. 0-0 but still, i recommend if your up to it.

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Too much sex
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age 14+

good movie!

i liked this movie a lot! it was slightly offensive to the catholic religion but at the same time it wasn't? like miss girl, i went to catholic school and that's what it's like. they told the girls, "don't crumple your flower" i don't think that's what ALL catholic schools are like, but i know that's what mine was like before i transferred.

This title has:

Too much sex
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age 16+

Iffy movie revolving around teens and sex...

The main reason I decided to watch Yes, God, Yes was because of the cast. Though, I liked the positive message it had for teens (being hor*y and masturbating is not wrong and there's nothing to be ashamed of it). I feel teens nowadays feel that feeling h0rny is just something they're going through, but it's all apart of puberty. This movie could've been a solid 14+ if it wasn't for the nudity and raunchy humor it included. Breasts are seen through pictures on a computer. An adult is caught watching porn. Two teens partake on oral sex, you can see the girl unzip the boy's pant sand you can see his facial expressions. The main character touches herself multiple times and masturbates with her hand, a vibrating phone, and even a sex toy multiple times (you only see her facial expressions). Multiple scenes of kissing and making out. A teen boy has a boner and says "you know I get turned on as fast as a microwave". Language such as "b---h" and "s--t" are infrequently used. Adults are seen drinking and a teen drinks wine. Please watch it first before you let your teen watch it just so you know to fast forward the masturbation scenes (not that they're wrong it's just that it can make you and your child in an uncomfortable state).

This title has:

Great messages
Too much sex
age 17+

The representation is horrid

The whole movie represents a 16-year-old catholic Alice who struggles with what every teen struggles with, which is hormonal sexual desires. The message of the whole movie hates Catholics and shows what a girl who is weak in faith “does”. The hatred towards Catholicism is horrific. Not only are they showing a misleading message of Catholics, but making an excuse to hate it due to hormonal tendency. I get it, it’s about women's empowerment but no need to hate on Catholics or any religion that resembles that practice and belief. Is it worth seeing or buying it? No. Should teens that need a parent/guardian see it? No. It’s very contradicting. And what was even the point of showing the priest jerking off? This movie is as bad as 365 days, and that is the only humor you’ll find.

This title has:

Too much sex