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River’s End

Angry and rebellious, seventeen-year-old Clay Watkins (Sam Huntington) is bent on self-destruction until his Grandpa (Barry Corbin), an old-fashioned Texas cowboy and acting sheriff of the county, gives the young offender a choice: smarten up by going to jail or by taking a wilderness survival trip down the Pecos River. Get the movie review and more. »


Overall: B
Violence: C
Sexual Content: B-
Language: C
Drugs/Alcohol: C
Theater Release:
Video Release: 19 Feb 2007
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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River’s End is rated PG-13: for mild language and violence.

Studio: Pumpjack Entertainment

Detailed Review

With blue-tipped hair, black nail polish and multiple piercings, Clay Watkins (Sam Huntington) is as visibly out-of-place in his small Maynard, Texas community as he feels inside. Still bitter over… 
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Why Is River’s End Rated PG-13?

In this tale of reformation, the greatest concerns for young viewers will be the violent… 
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Why do you think Clay expresses the anger and pain he is feeling inside by… 
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