Prom

Prom
Prom
  • PG
  • 1h 44m
  • 2011
Rotten36%
Common Sense Media Iconage 9+
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At "Prom," every couple has a story and no two are exactly alike. For Nova Prescott (Aimee Teegarden), its a classic tale of opposites attracting when she finds herself drawn to the guy (Thomas McDonell) who gets in the way of her perfect prom. Share the laughter and the drama as secrets are brought to light, seemingly steady relationships unravel and new romance catches fire. Get ready for this hilariously heartfelt date with destiny featuring a hot ensemble cast of rising young stars. There are hundreds of nights in high school, but theres only one Prom!
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Critics Consensus: Given its flatly descriptive title and live-action Disney pedigree, Prom is more nuanced and less cynical -- but also just as corny and cliched -- as you might expect.
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Common Sense Says
Unrealistic prom flick is bland for teens, fine for tweens.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that this Disney-fied take on a quintessential teen rite of passage is tween friendly. Unlike most movies featuring high schoolers, the characters in Prom don't swear, discuss sex, or indulge in overt public displays of affection. Characters do date and flirt, but only kissing is shown. There's some tension between a rogueish character and a group of guys who disrespect his mother, but the ensuing fight is brief and only shows one punch and some shoving. There's no drinking, and the language is limited to "stupid," "loser," and the like. The cast is diverse, and all of the teens make parent-approved decisions like leaving a two-timing boyfriend and not giving up a spot at a top university for a guy.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Comedy
  • Release Date:April 29, 2011
  • Languages:English, Spanish
  • Captions:English, Spanish
  • Audio Format:
    5.1
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