Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Project Almanac is a "found footage" time-travel movie about teens. They mostly use their technology for selfish reasons, but they do establish rules about teamwork; when those rules are broken, a terrible price is paid. The word "s--t" is used a lot, as are "bitch," "hell," and more. There's tension and chases, but not much true violence -- though the time-travel sequences include some loud noises, yelling, and characters seemingly being flung about (they pick themselves up off the ground after a time jump). The teen characters think about sex a lot; there's some kissing, plenty of innuendo, and ogling of female body parts. Two characters have sex and are intimate in a few scenes (i.e. lying in bed together), though nothing sensitive is shown. Product placement is fairly frequent, with mentions of Petco, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram; Red Bull and Coke drinks are shown.
Teens think and talk about sex frequently, and two characters have sex (nothing sensitive is seen) and are shown in bed together. The "found footage" sometimes ogles teen girls' bodies. Kissing. A teen girl comes out of the bathroom wearing a towel, then opens it to show a boy her body (out of view). Some innuendo.
Time-travel sequences include lots of noise, shouting, and characters seemingly being tossed about, since they land in various positions on the ground. Some arguing. Teens chased by angry dog. Teens break into a school to steal things. Characters disappear. Teens chased by cops.
Teens use "s--t" frequently. Also "bitch," "hell," "God dang it," "frigging," "idiot."
Characters establish rules about working together, but one character breaks those rules for selfish reasons and pays a terrible price for it.
Several brands are mentioned or shown: Petco, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Coke, Red Bull, etc. The Lollapalooza music festival is shown.
Drugs / Tobacco /