Whos Watching the Kids

DVD Release: August 20, 2013
Whos Watching the Kids


Single dad, Thomas Holiday(Malik Barnhardt), is marrying Susan (Karen Malina White ) and everyone is happy except their kids. The parents go out for an afternoon date. The kids are left with JoJo (Lavelle Crawford) the nanny. JoJo drops the kids off at a relative’s in South LA but the kids decide to take the bus back to Malibu. The movie is Similiar to “Home Alone” except they want to go home alone. This is a hilarious kid’s adventure for the whole family.

Dove Review

The kids are funny and the story is good! This film is about a blended family and it demonstrates that families are worth fighting for or, in this case, overcoming the struggles and growing pains.

The story focuses on Susan and Jo Jo, and what happens when they are left with the maid while their father goes out on a date with his fiance. The maid quits because of Susan’s attitude and it becomes a revolving door for the kids who wind up with several families watching them. The girls have an adventure before eventually arriving home. The story might remind the viewer of “Home Alone.”

The language features a strong word but other than this the content is fairly tame. We are pleased to award this movie our Dove Seal for ages twelve plus. Enjoy the kids and laugh along with their adventures.

Content Description

Sex: A couple kisses.
Language: G/OMG-3; P-1; Comment that someone is "whack" or crazy; Butt-1; Ugly Face comment-1; Sucks-1; Child is called "Fatty" and "Fat Boy".
Violence: Man throws object at woman in anger but she is not hit or hurt; a kid pushes another kid.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Woman wears short skirt; cleavage; bare midriff.
Other: Girl is disrespectful to adult; woman at foster care tells young girl she is going to let the monsters out of the closet to eat her up but girl doesn't seem frightened; a comment about a "crazy preacher"; man tells bullying kids he is going to put one in headlock and eat another one and "fart" on another one until they die and it does frighten them a bit.


Company: Maddox Entertainment
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 80 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter