I actually was surprised at the quality of this movie. I usually write off Disney Channel movies as mediocre acting and predictable plots. I have to say, for this movie, the actors/actresses were extremely good and the plot ended up being a total surprise from what I had predicted to happen. Sure, there were definitely scenes where the actors should have practiced a bit more because it was kind of bad acting. However, the majority of the movie was extremely well acted out. The actors and actresses seemed very realistic and relatable and I could feel what they were attempting to portray accurately. This movie also had an impressive message, encouraging individualism and friendship. The chemistry between the two main actors was also visible and it didn't seem odd or forced like other movies. A few light kisses here and there, it might make your six year old "eww!" a bit, but nothing terribly explicit or risque (it is after all a Disney movie). Okay, so there were also some pretty lame scenes which will probably cause some eyes to roll. I felt the ending kind of left some questions unanswered, which isn't a good trait in a movie. However, unless you have the mind of an adult, the chances of these questions popping up are slim to none. These questions aren't dirty per se, but they are definitely questions that shouldn't even have to come up in a children's movie. (If you watch the movie, you would understand exactly what I mean). If you're a kid, this movie would be highly entertaining. Unfortunately, the twist in the plot kind of ruined the movie for me, because it just turned the entire beginning and middle of the movie into shambles, making the movie a big mess of questions and gaps. Overall though, it is a movie that encourages children to be themselves and have good morals, and Disney has pulled off a keeper with this one. It appeals both to girls (strong female lead) and boys (football and swords... enough said) so it is definitely a movie to watch with your kids, as long as they don't ask too many questions.