Rating: R for sexual content and language.
What it’s about: Jason Bateman has his identity stolen by loose cannon/ credit card hijacker Melissa McCarthy.
The kid attractor factor: Adults behaving badly.
Good lessons/bad lessons: There’s no such thing as a “victimless crime."
Violence: Fights, shootings — a little blood.
Language: Melissa McCarthy is rated R, with or without a movie.
Sex: Yes, loud, crude and rude.
Drugs: Booze and pills.
Parents’ advisory: A comedy in the “Hangover" tradition — raunchy and violent. Suitable for 15 and older.
Rating: R for sexuality, nudity, violence and language.
What it’s about: A depressed woman is medicated for her condition and commits a crime. Whose fault is it?
The kid attractor factor: Channing Tatum, and that woman (Rooney Mara) without a dragon tattoo — this time out.
Good lessons/bad lessons: Doctors have more power over our lives than we know, and don’t believe TV prescription drug commercials.
Violence: Yes. With blood.
Language: Some profanity.
Sex: Yes, explicit.
Drugs: Alcohol, and prescription drugs.
Parents’ advisory: Too adult and intense for anybody younger than 15. Take the R rating seriously.