You're ready to put The Wolverine into the DVD player, then suddenly you wonder if this movie will be a problem for your 8-year-old. Well, will it? If you're a parent with a family who loves movies, you've probably realised that you need to be able to get some reliable information on those movies before you show them to the family. But navigating the various movie sites to find child-friendly titles can be a chore.
Meet The Parents
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Jump to navigation. Of course you turn straight here to thebanner. So here are some other sites you might find helpful. As always, these are tools for discernment, not substitutes for good judgment on the part of the one who knows your child best—you! Need more information? There is also an overall grade based on the combination of those grades.
Focus on the Family Movie Reviews
Ben Stiller has a good line in embarrassment and chagrin. His chiseled face looks so earnest, so willing to please, and turns incredulous as the world conspires against him. In " There's Something About Mary " and again in "Meet the Parents," he plays a young man who desperately wants to impress the girl he loves and plunges into a series of humiliating miscalculations.
Artie has been a lifelong baseball announcer in the minor leagues, but has never been able to break into the Major League broadcasting booth. His chances appear to be zero when he is fired from his job as play-by-play announcer for the local Fresno team. Out of work and contemplating their next stage of life, Artie and Diane agree to babysit Alice and Phil's three children so they can go on a trip. The problem is Alice still has unresolved issues with her parents, and she doesn't want them to take care of her kids in the manner and style she and Phil do. She doesn't believe in Artie and Diane's old-school way of tough love.