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Parents Guide for
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Some innuendo and sexual references.

A woman flirts with almost every man who crosses her path.

A woman proclaims 'People come for the bathroom but they stay for the bedroom. Seduction is a powerful art.'

A man and a woman kiss twice.

Brief making out scene.

Lou has a crush on Miss Hannigan and flirts with her constantly.


Annie is nearly hit by an oncoming truck before being pulled out of the way by Will.

A woman punches a man in the face.

Miss Hannigan sprays poisonous cleaning fluid in a girl's face.

There is a brief car/helicopter chase towards the end of the film.

Mr. Stacks spits food in a homeless man's face.

Mr. Stacks is a germaphobe.


A couple uses of "damn" and "hell". Two uses of "ass" and one use of 'son of a bitch.'


Miss Hannigan is clearly an alcoholic and many verbal and physical references are made to this (as well as some visible empty bottles). She goes to a bar with a man about 3/4 into the film and they drink some more.

A man with a major case of germaphobia pours hand sanitizer in his mouth.


there is always some type of comedic relief even in the intense scenes

In the second act, the story shifts from humorous to somewhat emotional.

While Will Stacks, Grace, and Annie are at the movie theater, someone on the screen is holding a phone with an image of the singer Rhianna on it. She is talking and suddenly her face transforms into a reptilian monster with a long tongue. Will Stacks is startled but Annie laughs. It seems that the creators of the movie "Annie" intend for this scene to be funny. (However, it was very scary to my seven year old son who said he didn't want to watch the movie any more after that.)

Guy, Stacks' political adviser, in an attempt to raise Stacks' chances for Mayor, conspires with Miss Hannigan to hire people to pretend to be Annie's parents.

There is a brief car/helicopter chase towards the end of the film.

12/50 - Recommended for 5+

Annie is a child who goes to live with an adult man in his penthouse! They are not related.

Rated PG for some mild language and rude humor

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