Fun Size

Theatrical Release: October 26, 2012
Fun Size


Wren’s Halloween plans go awry when she’s made to babysit her brother, who disappears into a sea of trick-or-treaters. With her best friend and two nerds at her side, she needs to find her brother before her mom finds out he’s missing.

Dove Review

This movie features a few touching scenes about a family coping with life following the death of the father. However, the content features strong language, sexual innuendos and a lot of partying scenes among young adults. The main plot focuses on a college-bound graduate named Wren (Victoria Justice) losing track of her brother Albert (Jackson Nicoll) on Halloween night and her subsequent search for him. Wren’s friend April (Jane Levy) wants to go to a party where a certain young man will be while another young man named Roosevelt (Thomas Mann) has eyes for Wren.

Due to the excessive content in the sex and language categories we are unable to present our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal to this movie.

Content Description

Sex: Several sexual innuendos including a large chicken statue at a restaurant falling onto a car and it looks like the still-moving chicken is making love to the car and it is played for laughs; a teen couple spend the night together; kissing; a young woman allows a young man to place his hand on her breast for several seconds after they strike a bargain; a woman in tight shorts straddles a man while kissing him and his hand is placed briefly on her rear; condoms seen on store wall; a character makes a comment about a young man once being a tadpole in his father's testicle but slang is used.
Language: G/OMG-17; For C*rist Sake-1; H-7; S-3; D-2; A-4; Crap-3; Slang for breasts-3; Sucks-2; Idiot-1; Fool-1; B-1; Butt-2; B-2; Duh-1; Fartbreath-1
Violence: Car bumps into a few objects including a pole; a large chicken mascot at a restaurant falls onto a car, crushing it; boys set off fireworks which get a man on the legs; a young man throws toilet paper into an apartment and it lands on a candle and starts a fire; a man smacks his fists on a car in anger; a man punches a man; a man is driving and drinking and throws a liquor bottle on the street, smashing it; an adult man shoves a young boy.
Drugs: Drinking in several scenes including beer and wine; some young adults that might be underage drink; a man drinks whiskey and drives; girl takes a shot glass drink; chewing tobacco seen and a teen jokingly asks a boy if he wants some; a comment about a dragon smoking a cigarette.
Nudity: Cleavage; shirtless men; a young man strips off naked and runs down a street but it is from a distance and difficult to distinguish; a young boy is seen sitting nude on a toilet and later he is seen in just his underwear.
Other: Kids buy toilet paper and eggs to "get revenge" against people; a boy introduces his friends to his "two moms", a lesbian couple.


Company: Paramount
Writer: Max Werner
Director: Josh Schwartz
Producer: Bard Dorros
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 77 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter