Grandmas Boy

Theatrical Release: January 6, 2006
Grandmas Boy
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Synopsis

By day, 35-year-old Alex (Covert) is the world’s oldest video game tester, but by night he is privately developing the next big game for the X-Box generation. When one of his roommates (Loughran) spends all the rent money on Taiwanese hookers, Alex is kicked out of his apartment, and finds himself forced to live with his grandmother (Roberts) and her friends Grace (Jones) and Bea (Knight).

Dove Review

I don’t even know how to start this review except to say that it is a waste of time and money to go to this film if you are offended by the “F-word.” I counted its use 7 times in the first few minutes before the opening credits were shown. I counted a total of 42 utterances in the entire movie (forgive me if I missed one), which means it was used once every two minutes. The language is foul, the sexual talk is obscene and drug use is over- done in this film. If I could have walked out, I would have. The previews looked funny, but they were the best part of the experience. I would have never thought of using bad language in front of my Grandmother, let alone smoking cigarettes, drinking beer or having a wild party with her. This movie is also filled with a great deal of sexual dialog and activity. “Grandma’s Boy” goes too far over the top to be considered a family film.

Content Description

Sex: Man masturbating in bathroom, May/December couple has intercourse (not shown), Many types of sexual acts discussed throughout.
Language: F-42, S-15, GD- 4. Many slang words and phrases for different parts of the body and sexual acts.
Violence: Man kicked in groin.
Drugs: Marijuana smoked by many people in the film, Alcohol used, Prescriptions drugs used.
Nudity: Man nude (privates obscured by different objects), Woman's bare breasts shown.
Occult: none

Info

Company: 20th Century Fox
Writer: Barry Wernick and Allen Covert
Producer: Allen Covert
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 96 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe