Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Tuck Everlasting, a Disney film about a teen girl who meets a family who is immortal after drinking from a fountain of youth on their property, raises profound questions about life and death, the cycle of life, and aging. Besides the heady subject matter, there are some violent altercations of characters being shot at or hit in the head with rifles. Overall, the film should raise interesting discussions about immortality, life, and how to live.
Kissing and embracing between characters in their late teens.
Characters are shot with rifles but get up. A character is hit in the head with a rifle. Another character is thrown out of a bar after instigating a fight during a card game. A female character is abducted, forced onto a horse by a male character.
In the words of Angus, the patriarch of the Tuck family: "Don't be afraid of death. Be afraid of the unlived life."
Drugs / Tobacco /
A scene in a bar shows bottles of alcohol, but there is no drinking.