Information for parents about the film "The Fault in Our Stars":

Nudity/Sensuality: A male character gropes a woman’s breast. A woman runs into her daughter’s room in a towel. Two teenagers are kissing in bed and then take their shirts off, and the girl takes off her bra. The two are later shown asleep together naked but covered by sheets.

Language/Drinking/Smoking: There is some swearing, including one use of the F-word. Two teenagers drink champagne. Another character is portrayed as having a drinking problem. A teenager "smokes" unlit cigarettes.

Violence/Gore: Eggs are thrown at the car of a girl who has broken up with a friend of the main characters. A person is almost hit. There are some medical emergencies; one character throws up at a gas station because he has an abdominal infection.

Shawn O'Neill is the Family Man Movie Reviewer. You can see his reviews at familymanmovieblog.blogspot.com.