If you’re ready for a summer road trip movie with a heartfelt story, you’ll want to watch Don’t Make Me Go. Can you watch it with the kids around? What is the Don’t Make Me Go age rating?
John Cho and Mia Isaac bring us a road trip story with a lot of heart and laughter. It focuses on a father and daughter who think they have their lives ahead of them. However, Cho’s Max Park learns that he’s suffering from a terminal illness. He wants to give his daughter one last summer to remember, and that involves a road trip to New Orleans.
Of course, she doesn’t want to go. She wants to spend the summer with her friends. What she doesn’t realize is that this could be the last summer with her dad. How will she react when she learns the truth, and will Max opt for the risky surgery to give himself more time?
You’ll want to watch the movie as soon as it arrives on Friday, July 15. The question is whether it’s something to watch with the kids around.
Don’t Make Me Go age rating
The official Don’t Make Me Go age rating is R. This means it’s not suitable for children under 17. Of course, that’s the official rating and it’s up to you as a parent.
With R-rated movies, it’s best to watch by yourself first. Then you can decide whether it’s going to be suitable for your own children. You get that final say.
Why is it rated R? It’s given this rating due to some of the topics raised. There is some bad language, nudity, and sexual content. Considering it includes a teenager, it could be something for older teenagers to watch, especially for the story of a father and daughter enjoying what could be their final summer together.
Don’t Make Me Go is on Prime Video on July 15.