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Is TICKET TO PARADISE (2022) Kid Friendly? Parents Guide

Wondering if Ticket to Paradise is ok for kids? This rom-com starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts has the star power, but it doesn’t offer anything particularly new or fresh. Here’s what parents need to know in this Ticket to Paradise Parents Guide.

Ticket to Paradise Parents Guide

Parents Guide to Ticket to Paradise

George Clooney and Julia Roberts are a divorced couple who go to Bali on a shared mission to stop their lovestruck daughter from making the same mistake they once made 25 years ago. 

Why is Ticket to Paradise Rated PG-13?

Ticket to Paradise is rated PG-13 for strong language and brief suggestive material which means some content may not be suitable for kids younger than 13 years old. 


There is profanity in Ticket to Paradise and uses of sh*t, a**, a**hole, damn, fu*k, and d*ck.

There are also words of Deity used.

Mature Content

There are some sexual jokes including condoms shown on screen. Couples are seen in bed together with implied sex.

Characters drink alcohol.

The main couple is divorced and seen fighting. Some kids may be sensitive to this. 

Is Ticket to Paradise Appropriate for Kids Under 13?

In Ticket to Paradise, you can expect to see some implied sex scenes, alcohol use, and profanity used by some of the characters. To sum it up, Ticket to Paradise is not kid-friendly for younger kids due to language and rom-com type content.

I doubt young kids would even be interested in the film. Some teens may be interested due to Kaitlyn Dever (Rosaline) being one of the stars. 

The problem isn’t the acting in Ticket to Paradise. Yes, sometimes the sparring of insults gets a little tiresome, but it’s Roberts and Clooney. It’s hard not to be smitten with them, even when they are at odds. 

There’s just nothing fresh about this story. Is it entertaining enough? Sure. Because like I said, Roberts and Clooney. 

Ticket to Paradise Age Rating

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