Is Instant Family a 12+?
Young children might find the themes and plot of Instant Family lack interest. We recommend parental guidance for children under 13 years because of the movie’s mild violence, coarse language, and occasional sexual and substance abuse references. Children over 13 and adults are likely to enjoy this movie.
Was Instant Family based on a true story?
According to a report by Bustle, the Mark Wahlberg film is in fact based on a true story of none other than the film’s director and writer Sean Anders. The movie is based on Sean’s story of adopting three children out of the foster care system with his wife, Beth.
Where is Instant Family filmed?
According to a report by Dirt.com, majorly the filming of Instant Family took place in Atlanta in the United States. In the film, the family is based in California. In this US state, the family is said to be living in the fictional suburb of Terrance County.
Why is the movie Instant Family Rated PG-13?
The MPAA rating has been assigned for “thematic elements, sexual material, language and some drug references.” The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes some evident cleavage, sexual innuendo, many scenes of arguing and misunderstandings, a few scenes with some blood after punches or encounters with balls, and 1 F-word.
What is the purpose of Instant Family?
“Instant Family” is not only funny, it’s full of heartwarming and heartbreaking scenes about the realities of navigating the imperfect journey of foster care and adoption. The film brilliantly shows that it doesn’t take perfect parents to do this — just loving and willing ones, preferably with a sense of humor.
Instant Family (2018) – Official Trailer – Paramount Pictures
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Instant Family Trailer #1 (2018) | Movieclips Trailers