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Movie Mom: ‘Kevin Hart,’ ‘Accountant’

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Information for parents deciding which movies are best for kids ages 2 to 18:

“Kevin Hart: What Now?”

Why it’s rated R: Provocative, outrageous and sexually explicit humor, very strong language, comic violence with some disturbing images.

Minimum age: Mature teens.

Family discussion: How does Hart shape the events of his life into humor? What stories from your life could be part of a stand-up routine?

If you like this, try: Hart’s other stand-up performance films and “Think Like a Man” and “Central Intelligence.”

“The Accountant”

Why it’s rated R: Intense, sustained action-style violence involving adults and children, with martial arts and guns, characters are paid assassins and criminals, fraud, very strong language, parental abandonment.

Minimum age: Mature teens.

Family discussion: What does it mean to be neuro-typical? Who was right about Chris: his father or his mother? What was the purpose of his nightly ritual?

If you like this, try: “Warrior” from the same director.

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