While on location in a spooky Romanian villa with his Hollywood big-shot mom and her dorky boyfriend, twelve-year-old Kevin befriends a Renaissance-era girl ghost who helps him cause unrest on the set.
Scouts Honor is a coming of age movie about a group of boys and girls called "adventure scouts" who return from a camping trip to discover their small town is being held captive by a gang of motorcycle-riding knuckleheads. Using only their scouting knowledge and camping equipment, the kids take down the gang members one by one, reunite with family members, and restore the community's sense of pride.Written by
Julienne Ford (Scouts Honor PR)
My husband and I rented the movie after reading a few reviews suggesting that it was "Kid-Friendly" and it was. The characters (bikers) are all goofy and fun, except for the main biker. The Scouts were all very cute and funny and it looked like they had a lot of fun making the movie.
Most children's movies almost always have moments where you hope that your kid didn't understand the dialogue or the innuendo, but this movie didn't have any of those.
We would rate this movie as safe for 5 and older. younger kids might probably wouldn't understand it but there's a couple moments when the main biker slaps the step-father in the movie and ties-up the his ex-wife and step-father.
Other than that, our children seemed to enjoy it.
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