What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that although this road trip dramedy about three middle-aged women looking back on their lives doesn't have a lot of age-inappropriate content, it probably won't be of much interest to kids. The main characters discuss sex and desire via innuendoes, and they see a woman in a casino who is there "on business" (she's a prostitute). A brief fight features some punching, kicking, and rolling in the dust (one woman needs stitches after). Mild language includes "hell" and "damn," and there's a little social drinking.
- Families can talk about why road trip movies never seem to go out of style. What makes "road" stories so appealing? What do they tend to have in common? Do they share similar goals/messages? If so, what are they? Families can also discuss how good friends can help you survive a significant loss. What else can help with the grieving process?