What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this movie is rated G because it has no profanity, violence, or sexual material, and there is very little to worry about. But that does not make it a kids-only movie. This is a family movie in the best sense, a movie that the whole family will enjoy. Parents should know that Mia drives without a license and manages to escape a ticket using tactics they might find troubling.
- Families can talk about growing up, choices, and mistakes. Parents can tell kids about some of their own mistakes and fears when they were Mia's age, and what they did to move on from them. They may also want to talk about what teens should consider before deciding to kiss someone, and how important it is to be loyal to true friends.