Rating -- PG.
What it's about -- Children of divorce traveling on their own are stuck in a snowbound airport for Christmas.
The Kid Attractor Factor -- Kids, antics in an airport, under-age flirting, the works.
Good lessons/bad lessons -- "Men are made, not born." And "divorced kids are more resourceful."
Violence -- Slapstick, mild.
Language -- Tame.
Sex -- No, they're all too young, thank goodness.
Drugs -- None.
Parents advisory -- Genial, harmless, fitfully amusing holiday fare for any child old enough to go to the movies.
Rating -- PG-13.
What it's about -- Two lovelorn strangers swap homes for Christmas and find love even though they aren't looking for it.
The Kid Attractor Factor -- Cameron Diaz and Jack Black, though not in the same scenes.
Good lessons/bad lessons -- Don't drink and date, don't date in the office, and love will find you when you're not looking for it.
Violence -- Slapstick, and not much of it.
Language -- Rough enough.
Sex -- Discussed, suggested, dwelled upon.
Drugs -- Alcohol is abused.
Parents advisory -- It's a romantic comedy, sentimental and a bit adult for 13-and-youngers.