Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this movie centers on two exemplary teen heroines who demonstrate that friendship, character, and self-confidence are the keys to true happiness. The content is wholesome and worry-free for families, and the movie's positive messages will resonate with kids and tweens, particularly girls. Two "mean girl" characters play tricks on the main characters, but in the end they're exposed as the self-absorbed people that they are.
Some mild flirting among teens.
Rosie has to relocate because of a threat against her life, but there's nothing really scary.
The movie is bursting with kid- and tween-friendly messages about self-respect, self-confidence, and good character.
Like everything Disney, the movie is being relentlessly marketed to tweens. But there's no product placement of note within the movie itself.
Drugs / Tobacco /