Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Age of Adaline is a romantic fantasy about a beautiful woman who has essentially been 29 for nearly 80 years. Starring former Gossip Girl headliner Blake Lively, the movie should appeal to teens who enjoy love stories. There are some passionate kisses and a couple of love scenes (which don't show much more than the woman's bare shoulders and the man's bare chest), as well as some language (infrequent use of "s--t"), drinking, and violence (the main character nearly dies two different times, including in a fateful car crash, and there are some actual deaths).
Adaline passionately kisses several different men over the decades. A couple of love scenes, but neither is graphic (ex. a couple in bed, embracing and hugging, with her bare shoulders and legs and his bare chest visible). A married couple kisses at their anniversary party.
A few deaths and tense moments. Adaline nearly dies two times during the film, including the fateful car crash.
Brief and infrequent, including a couple uses of "s--t."
Encourages living every year as if it were your last, embracing love, and following your heart.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Adults drink alcohol at parties, dinners, receptions. Adaline and Ellis drink several glasses of wine on a date. William drinks alone.