Directed by Sean Anders. A man makes a pass at a woman in a bar and they leave together sex is implied. A preteen boy kisses a preteen girl who is standing under mistletoe in a large crowd of people, and then smacks her on the buttock. Several preteen girls and a preteen boy line up to kiss a preteen boy in a crowded movie theater lobby as he stands under mistletoe.
Parent reviews for Daddy's Home 2
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Directed by Sean Anders. A line of Spanish dialogue is accompanied by English subtitles. Two men visit a fertility clinic with a woman and one man is shown on an examination table with his back to the camera; the doctor guides the man's wife's hand into the groin area below the frame and says that testicles should not look or feel the way they do on her husband and she says they feel like all the others she has felt before using a not fully enunciated anatomical term ; the doctor has her ex-husband stand by the table, his back to the camera, lower his trousers and the woman stares as him and mutters, "James and the Giant Peach," and the doctor describes that testicles should look like the ex-husband's do. A man says that he caught his wife in bed with another man, both naked, and then found himself waking up with a golf ball tattooed on his back and seeming to be rolling into his anus. Discussing DIY repairs, a man tells another man in a double entendre that the first man's wife knows he is pretty good with his hands; the second man gets out a small tool box and we see a tampon in it.
A lot or a little? The parents' guide to what's in this movie. And a moment that's painted as a big win for an underdog involves a young boy planting a surprise kiss on his step-sister no one seems to care how she feels about the kiss. Whitaker is a target for jokes because of how touchy-feely and sensitive he is; he's repeatedly shown kissing his adult son on the lips for amounts of time that are meant to feel uncomfortable, and he's generally portrayed as silly, out of touch, and an ineffectual nebbish. Kurt is the most problematic character:
The ubiquitous airport scene brings the male quartet together with an assortment of punches between the alphas and lip-kisses shared by the betas. Moments after their arrival, Kurt determines the burgeoning bunch should spend Christmas in the mountains. After a tap on his smartphone and a pitch for Airbnb the crew loads into two SUVs headed for a large cabin where the bulk of the craziness will play out.