Parents guide

April 06, 2007

Firehouse Dog

Rating -- PG

What it's about -- Famous movie dog goes missing and finds a new home with a kid and a fire station.

The Kid Attractor Factor -- An Irish terrier, in action. Very cute.

Good lessons/bad lessons -- Don't judge a dog by his collar.

Violence -- Dogs and people in peril, a couple of punches are thrown.

Language -- Canine bodily function jokes.

Sex -- A suggestion of doggie harems.

Drugs -- Champagne.

Parents advisory -- Benign kiddie comedy with a few too many bathroom-humor jokes.

Are We Done Yet?

Rating -- PG

What it's about -- A family buys a house in the country and lives to regret it.

The Kid Attractor Factor -- A few cute kids, lots of slapstick involving home improvement projects.

Good lessons/bad lessons -- Always have your new house inspected, and contractors are lonely people who need friends.

Violence -- Slapstick, some involving a fish.

Language -- Quite clean for an Ice Cube movie.

Sex -- Somebody's about to give birth, a little teen flirtation.

Drugs -- None.

Parents advisory -- A family-friendly comedy about the horrors of home repair where even the temper tantrums seem mild mannered.

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