Parents Guide

May 25, 2007|By The Orlando Sentinel

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Rating -- PG-13

What it's about -- The crew of the Black Pearl sets out to rescue Captain Jack from Davy Jones' Locker, and fight a battle with the forces of evil.

The Kid Attractor Factor -- The whole motley crew is back.

Good lessons/bad lessons -- "Take what you can. Give nothing back."

Violence -- Impalings, shootings, hangings.

Language -- As clean as the theme park ride.

Sex -- A little leg, and a lot of yo-ho-ho's.

Drugs -- Rum, ye scurvy dog.

Parents' advisory -- If your child is old enough to sit through 2 hours and 45 minutes of chat and mayhem, and they loved the first two, go. OK for 10 years and older.


Rating -- PG-13

What it's about -- Unhappy pregnant waitress works through her problems by making heavenly pies.

The Kid Attractor Factor -- Keri Russell.

Good lessons/bad lessons -- Life is never so dark that you can't remedy what ails you with a good homemade pie.

Violence -- Precious little.

Language -- Some profanity.

Sex -- Discussed, relished or dreaded.

Drugs -- None.

Parents' advisory -- Pretty adult in themes, and its treatment of pregnancy; younger kids won't get what it's really about or catch the whimsy.

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