Max Rules

DVD Release: September 30, 2008
Max Rules


Max and his friends Jessica and Scott get their thrills by spying on their families, sneaking into each others houses and organizing elaborate pranks. Thanks to Max’s uncle, a government scientist, they have access to some of the most modern and Hi-tech equipment in the world. When they discover the whereabouts of a stolen FBI microchip Max and his friends must use their skills and cutting edge technology to embark on what could be prove to be the most risky and exciting mission of their lives.

Dove Review

“Max Rules” is family movie fully loaded with action left and right, and suspense and it will keep your children on the edge of their seats. “Max Rules” is a wholesome film without any language but the film does include some disrespect, rude humor and the children removing items from a couple of homes for evidence. The film is well directed with a creative story about three friends, Max, Jessica and Scott, who are young spies who go on a mission to reclaim a precious chip from the FBI. We award this film our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for twelve and older, due to the disrespect and rude humor in the movie. This is a fast-paced action movie.

Content Description

Sex: Talking about human reproduction.
Language: Shut-up-1
Violence: Water balloons thrown; food fight; martial arts; kicking an adult; football tackling.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Children spy on civilians; no remorse for actions; children sneak out; reckless driving by a taxi cab and one character.


Company: Phase 4 Films
Writer: Robert Burke
Director: Robert Burke
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 80 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Dan Carpenter