Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that, unlike most Adam Sandler movies, this one is actually aimed at kids, so expect a lot of interest from elementary schoolers on up. The good news is that, also unlike most Sandler movies, there aren't any crass jokes, and both language ("butt kiss" is as wild as it gets) and sexuality (a couple of fairy-tale kisses and one brief scene of a clothed man and woman in a hot tub) are mild. The violence is also minor and mostly cartoonish, although there's some gunplay in the Wild West bedtime story.
A couple of kisses and some benign flirting -- including a bedtime-story scene of a man and a woman in a hot tub (clothed). References are made to a Paris Hilton-type heiress' "reputation" for having a "good time" with guys she meets at clubs.
Some cartoony gun violence in the "wild, wild West" bedtime story.
Mild, especially for a movie starring Sandler: "butt kiss," "shoot," "jerk," "shut up," "stink."
Shows the importance of family and working together for a common goal.
Featured brands include Ferrari, Toyota (Prius), Disney (Buzz Lightyear), and Apple (Mac).
Drugs / Tobacco /
Grown-ups have cocktails and champagne at a party.