Wondering if The Princess Switch: Switched Again is ok for kids? The Princess Switch is back with a sequel and Vanessa Hudgens even adds a new character! This is more confusing than the Parent Trap. Is The Princess Switch 2 kid friendly? Rated G for language and violence, The Princess Switch 2 probably should have been rated PG. Here’s what parents need to know in The Princess Switch: Switched Again Parents Guide.
The Princess Switch 2 Parents Guide
When Duchess Margaret unexpectedly inherits the throne to Montenaro and hits a rough patch with Kevin, it’s up to Princess Stacy to save the day before someone new takes away the throne and Margaret’s heart.
If you watched the original Princess Switch, you can expect more of the same. Here’s what parents should know.
There was no profanity on The Princess Switch: Switched Again. Someone saying “shut up” is the worst of it and referring to others as minions.
This is a rom-com, so there is plenty of kissing a la Hallmark movie style. Nothing too saucy, but there is some dialogue that eludes to someone wanting to engage in sexual activity. Most younger kids wouldn’t pick up on it, but it’s there.
Also there is a kidnapping in the film and one character punches another, while another tries to escape a dangerous situation.
There are also characters drinking alcohol.
Is The Princess Switch 2 Appropriate for Kids Under 10?
The Princess Switch is a better movie and is a bit more charming than its sequel. However, it’s fun to see the characters return, but the storyline is forced, and as much as I adore Vanessa Hudgens, it was too much Vanessa Hudgens.
I’d recommend The Princess Switch 2 for kids over 10, but even then they might be bored. If they are fans of High School Musical, then they’ll enjoy seeing Hudgens on screen again. If they’re not into love stories, though, then they may want to skip it.
I dig Netflix holiday movies for an entertaining movie night that gets me into the holiday spirit, and The Princess Switch 2 is no different. If you want beautiful castles, gowns, holiday decor, and tomfoolery, look no further.