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Overall C+

In this fourth Transformers movie, robot-repairman Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) hauls home a dusty relic only to realize he has rescued an Autobot. But such a find is dangerous in a world determined to destroy these space invaders.

Violence C-
Sexual Content B-
Profanity D+
Substance Use B-

Talk to your kids about…

Transformers: Age of Extinction

Cade isn’t happy when it is implied his 17-year-old daughter has been having sexual relations with her 20-year-old boyfriend. However the young couple points out that their relationship is protected under the Romeo and Juliet Law in Texas. Do you think this law protects teens or encourages sexual behavior?

Although Shane says he wants to protect Tessa, there are times in the beginning of the movie where he backs off. How does Cade react differently to the defense of his daughter? Why do most parents, like Cade, want their children to be happy, healthy and safe?

Why do the humans turn on the Autobots? Can a mistaken judgment turn people against one another?

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