Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this sequel to The Gods Must Be Crazy follows the same formula and is just as charming. This fish-out-of-water tale focuses on a big-city lawyer who ends up stranded deep in the African bush, who realizes that her book-learning is almost useless and the truly educated people are those who learn to read the language of the jungle. There's mild swearing ("hell" and "ass") and some gunfights that have a slapstick tone, but overall this is a fun film that families will enjoy watching together.
Some bumbling flirting and one scene where a woman accidentally exposes her underwear. The African bushmen, who live in a remote and hot part of the continent, wear very little clothing.
Several scenes feature soldiers and poachers wielding weapons and shooting at people, though the gunfights border on slapstick and nobody really gets hurt. One scene shows a dying elephant after poachers have removed its tusks.
Occasional swearing, including "hell," "ass" and "goddamn."
While those who live in the modern world might think themselves better or more evolved, they don't know as much as they might think, and their lifestyle is not necessarily better. There is a strong anti-consumerism message.
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