Reminiscence age rating: Is the movie suitable for kids?

Hugh Jackman's Reminiscence movie, image courtesy Warner Bros.
Hugh Jackman's Reminiscence movie, image courtesy Warner Bros. /
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The sci-fi film Reminiscence starring Hugh Jackman officially hits on Aug.20! If you’re like us, you’re probably more than excited to see how Jackman and the rest of his talented co-stars will keep us at the edge of our seats especially as they uncover the secrets behind a mysterious disappearance of a young woman.

The premise is enough to make audiences everywhere want to buy their movie ticket as soon as possible, but if you were planning to buy group tickets for yourself and your family, you probably should know about the age rating for this film before you do so. We tell you the current age rating for Reminiscence down below.

Reminiscence age rating

Feel free to purchase tickets for the fam because this film is currently rated PG-13, meaning, with parent guidance, those 13 years old and older can watch the movie!

Everyone is due for a great time with this thriller film, but it is important to mention that there are a few scenes with strong violence, drug material, and strong language. Because of this, Reminiscence may not be very age-appropriate for everyone in your party, which is why we have a few recommendations that will do the trick for everyone.

The Mitchells vs. The Machines and Next Gen are both sci-fi films on Netflix that are suitable for your younger ones. Additionally, Home and Monsters vs. Aliens are both great options, too. But if you would like to see something that’s already in theaters, Paw Patrol: The Movie starring Tyler Perry, Randall Park, and Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kim Kardashian is sure to keep everyone content.

Though you may have to purchase different movie tickets tomorrow, you can still rest assured in knowing that HBO Max is also streaming the film on its platform so you won’t have to go that far to see Hugh Jackman on your screen. it’s a win-win for everyone!

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