Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this 3D concert is G-rated. There's nothing inappropriate to keep away the hordes of adoring primary-school fans, who along with their tween and teen counterparts, will want to see their beloved Kevin, Joe, and Nick burn up on screen. Like Disney's other chosen acts, the Jonases are incredibly clean-cut. They obviously don't drink, swear, or do much more than occasionally, in the case of Joe, flirt with a pretty fan or two. When they're not on stage, they're shown attending promotional events around New York.
Screaming, crying girls swoon over the three Jonas Brothers,and in one quick scene, the audience catches a glimpse of a shirtless Joe andKevin starting to change backstage.
No violence except for the hordes of girls who follow the brothers everywhere.
"Oh my God" is as strong as it gets.
The brothers seem very close, and they're a wholesome, family-friendly trio.
The Jonas Brothers themselves are the "product" on display throughout the film -- and it serves as a powerful promotional tool for the unbelievably popular act.
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