Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that My All American is a sentimental biographical drama about the late, beloved University of Texas football player Freddie Steinmark (Finn Wittrock), whom most considered too small for the sport -- except for Longhorns legend Coach Darrell Royal (Aaron Eckhart). The movie follows Freddie as he goes from determined Pee-Wee player to standout high school star and finally as a Longhorn who played even when he was in unimaginable pain. A story of confidence, faith, and an enduring love of football, the movie does contain a few uses of strong language ("bulls--t," "damn," "ass"), as well as several scenes of kissing and one in which a player moons the field (but nothing more graphic than that). In addition to gridiron action, a fight breaks out at a war protest.
Kissing and "parking," but nothing graphic. Brief scene of a football player mooning the field.
A fight breaks out during a Vietnam War protest, and Freddie has to hold back his friend from getting into it with a protestor. Football action on the field.
One or two uses of "ass," "bulls--t," "damn," "butts," "balls," "bullcrap," "bastards," and "goddamn."
Encourages hard work, dedication, faith, and strong family/relationships.
Drugs / Tobacco /
A college student mentions going to get a beer at a rectory with a "cool" priest.