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A Cinderella Story: Starstruck
- 1h 40m
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Finley Tremaine, a small town farm girl, longs to spread her wings and soar as an aspiring performer. When a Hollywood film crew arrives in her sleepy town, she is determined to land a role in the production, and captures the attention of handsome lead actor, Jackson Stone. Unfortunately a botched audition forces her to change course. Now, disguised as cowboy “Huck,” Finley finally gets her big break. But can she keep the charade a secret from everyone, including her evil stepmother and devious step-siblings?
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Common Sense Says
Feel-good fairy tale romcom has some language, innuendo.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the fairy tale-inspired A Cinderella Story: Starstruck (the sixth Cinderella Story movie) is about a would-be actress named Finley (Bailee Madison). The characters who are most successful and happiest in the movie are also the kindest to others. There are also positive messages about being authentic and true to yourself, knowing and valuing your roots, and taking chances despite the risk of failure. Expect a bit of innuendo in song lyrics, and there's one scene in which a woman hits on her step-sister (who's in costume) when she doesn't know who she is. Young adults kiss, and there are jokes involving having "balls" and a woman dressed as a man walking in on people in bathrooms. There's some humor related to characters dressing in clothing typically associated with another gender, which feels outdated. Language includes "badass," "dammit," "hell," "crap," "fricking," "balls," "poop," "stupid," "dang it," "shut up," and "oh my God." A running joke has people calling the main character "pig girl." The film could inspire interest in more of the Cinderella Story series, and characters talk about and use iPhones and social media platforms like Instagram and TikTok.
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- Genre:Family, Drama
- Release Date:April 29, 2021
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
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