Within the first 15 minutes:
- Mockery of being overweight
- Grandmother setting up her son on an online dating sort & "beefing up" his resume (lying)
- Dad (the Mall Cop, Paul) fixating on a young blonde girl (he looks to be mid 40's, she about 20)
- words with a sexual insinuation
- Women in Victoria's secret fighting over a push-up bra
- large woman attacking Paul, showing her back with shirt lifted & just bra showing
- Paul flirting with the blonde girl when he is supposed to be working.
- Another mall employee mocking Paul's weight in front of blonde girl
- Paul taking girl on a ride on his Segway, a VERY small scooter where they were in VERY close contact.
- curse words
Okay, so that may all be typical stuff for a Hollywood movie (though I personally don't enjoy watching it), but why promote it to kids?
This summer I'm in a Bible Study using a book called "The Five Conversations you must have with your Daughter." Maybe it's due to that, but maybe not, that I am picking up on more of Hollywood's balogna that they are tossing out to our kids. Let kids be kids! Don't force all this garbage on them.
Stepping off my soapbox, but not too far away. I'm sure I will find more to talk about soon. LOL!