Parents Guide

June 01, 2007|By Orlando Sentinel

Gracie

Rating -- PG-13

What it's about -- In 1970s New Jersey, a girl decides to break the gender barrier on her high school soccer team.

The Kid Attractor Factor -- A vivid version of high school, from the mistakes you make at that age to the idealistic stands you're willing to take.

Good lessons/bad lessons -- Don't let narrow-minded people -- teachers, coaches, parents or classmates -- limit your life.

Violence -- Onfield cheap shots.

Language -- Some profanity.

Sex -- Flirtation, nothing more.

Drugs -- Discussed.

Parents advisory -- Wholesome teen picture about a girl who overcomes grief by channeling her energy into a sport she loves, no matter who tells her she can't do that.

Knocked-Up

Rating -- R

What it's about -- A one-night-stand leads to a pregnancy, and attempts at a relationship as the mismatched couple decide to have the child.

The Kid Attractor Factor -- Rude, lewd and crude, what kid wants to miss this summer's 40 Year-Old Virgin?

Good lessons/bad lessons -- Alcohol can lead to a world of sexual regrets.

Violence -- None.

Language -- Incredibly profane.

Sex -- Yes, from flirtation to conception to graphic childbirth.

Drugs -- Drinks and bong-hits.

Parents advisory -- Not for 15-and-unders. Good luck trying to keep them from sneaking in, though.

Orlando Sentinel

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