What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is really a movie for grown-ups, not because the language or violence or sexuality is any more intense than any other PG-13, but because it is just not something most kids will appreciate. Parents should know that it does have some strong language (including a crude reference to a gynecological problem), some violence, and sexual references and situations, including teen sex and adultery.
- Families can talk about whether it is true that no one is hurt when money is stolen from a bank and whether robbers become folk heroes in real life and what the film-makers do to get audiences to root for the "bad guys." Why is it so easy for us to be on the side of characters in movies that we would want arrested in real life? At one point, Terry says to Kate, "I don't think you're crazy. I think you're bored." Later Kate says, "I think it's better to feel too much than to feel too little." How did she get into a situation where she felt too little, and how did that change?