Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that there's plenty for kids to love in this swashbuckling adventure that brings Jules Verne's classic novel to life. Some special effects may be scary for younger tweens, especially the dinosaurs and other creatures that attack humans -- and especially when viewed in 3-D. But there's hardly any swearing and there are plenty of role models, notably a female mountain guide who clearly isn't a damsel in distress.
Two sweet kisses.
Somewhat violent but not gory scenes of carnivorous plants attacking humans, dinosaurs feasting on anything that moves, and flying fish on a rampage.
The word "schist" is used as a replacement for "s--t."
Working together through adversity, a shattered family becomes close, finds hope, love, and continues the work of Sean's lost father.
A fair amount, including mentions of Mountain Dew, PSP, and The Family Guy, plus signage for Iceland Air.
Drugs / Tobacco /