Based on a true story, “Radio” is an inspiring picture about a life lived to do good for others and the difference that one person can make. Coach Harold Jones (Ed Harris) gives a strong performance as does Cuba Gooding Jr. as Radio. The film contains some strong language, but it’s used in a comical context as the simple-minded young man repeats several times something he hears. Besides this, the film is remarkably motivational, ranking up there with movies such as “Rudy” and “Remember the Titans.” The PG rating is appropriate, and parents should consult our content listing below to decide if they choose for their children, ages twelve and above, to see it. This film contains footage at the end of the real-life Radio, and we are glad to award our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to this movie.