Rating: PG-13 for some sexual content including dialogue, language and brief drug references
What it's about: Cute young producer tries to make it in the big city and make a failing morning news show a success, against all odds.
The Kid Attractor Factor: Rachel McAdams is an EveryGrad who struggles to balance life, work and love.
Good lessons/bad lessons: "Fluff is what people want to know; news is what they need to know."
Language: People in TV news have been known to curse.
Sex: An exceptionally crude anchorman's peccadilloes; McAdams in her panties
Drugs and alcohol: Alcohol is consumed and abused.
Parents' advisory: Subject and tone don't make it small-child friendly, but suitable for 12 and older.'Unstoppable'
Rating: PG-13 for sequences of action and peril, and some language
What it's about: Two railroad workers try to catch and stop a runaway train.
The Kid Attractor Factor: A runaway train!
Good lessons/bad lessons: Companies lay off their most experienced "heroes" every day.
Violence: Injuries, an off-camera death
Language: Some profanity — understandable, considering the circumstances.
Sex: Hooters Girls are ogled.
Drugs and alcohol: None
Parents' advisory: A positive, family-friendly action picture, OK for 8 and older.
Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel