'Shrek Forever After'
Rating: PG for mild action, some rude humor and brief language
What it's about: Shrek sees what his world would be like if he'd never lived and must win Fiona all over again to set things right.
The kid attractor factor: The friendly green ogre does battle with witches and Rumpelstiltskin, and deals with diapers and Donkey.
Good lessons/bad lessons: Never sign a contract without reading the fine print
Violence: Cartoon clashes
Language: Mild-mannered profanity
Parents' advisory: More kid-friendly (fewer adult jokes) than previous Shrek sequels, suitable for 5-and-up
Rating: PG for some suggestive material and brief language
What it's about: Plane Jane physical therapist falls for the NBA star she is trying to rehab.
The kid attractor factor: Queen Latifah, Common, the NBA
Good lessons/bad lessons: Men of substance will choose character over arm candy.
Language: A teensy bit of profanity
Drugs: Party situations
Parents' advisory: The basketball background will be more interesting to kids than the romance at the center of this. Best for 13-and-up
Parent's Guide: 'Shrek Forever After' and "Just Wright'
Shrek Forever After. (HANDOUT / May 16, 2010)
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