To Save a Life

“Smart choices for the whole family”
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Here are a few movies that I think all teens should watch.  They teach some pretty great lessons that I think almost every teen struggles with (or has a friend that does).  I am only recommending these movies for teens and above because the first two have a couple scenes in them that are more appropriate for that age group.  And of course, preview the movies if you have concerns.  The only thing we did was to skip over the party scene in To Save a Life and one of the dance scenes in You Again.  Other than that, we’d allow teens to see the rest of those movies.  They have some good lessons.  Flipped was great as-is, no skipping on that one.
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To Save A Life. Highly recommended for teens in High School!  I wish there would have been a movie like this when I was that age.  I didn’t feel like I could talk to anyone about struggles or problems I had, and this would have been an amazing tool.  I hope you show it to your kids and are able to talk to them afterwards.  There are MANY issues that this movie addresses, and they do a wonderful job answering questions and showing smart solutions to those issues.
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You Again Again, a teen (girl) movie – a little lighter than To Save a Life, but it still addresses some pretty big issues that teens deal with (well, and older women as well).  I think most women who watch this will relate to it and really enjoy this great chick flick.  Perfect for a mother-daughter movie night!
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Flipped Such a cute and well done movie!  This is one of those that you put off watching, until it comes to your library, you get it and out of desperation for a wholesome flick, you FINALLY watch it and think to yourself…”Why didn’t I watch this sooner???  It’s soooooo GREAT!”.

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Happy Movie Night!

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