For kids between the ages of 8 and 10, skip movies with nudity or simulated sex. This Steve Martin comedy is about a big family and has lots of kid actors, but it's rated PG, and there are plenty of references to sex -- including between teens -- as well as a very memorable scene in which the power goes out and someone grabs what they think is a flashlight but is definitely not. Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Most of us probably think of this as a teen movie, but lest you be tempted to put it on for younger kids due to the PG rating another relic of the pre-PG era , don't forget about the scenes involving a teen girl's panties going on display to a group of guys, a girl's naked torso in the shower, and the strong implication of drunken sex. Bill Murray's dialogue alone has plenty of double entendres, but the real eyebrow-raisers in this supernatural comedy are the scenes in which it's implied that Dan Aykroyd's character receives oral sex from a ghost and in which Sigourney Weaver's character, while possessed, writhes around and asks Murray to have sex with her. Plus, much is made of preserving Princess Vespa's virginity. Check out detailed movie reviews like ours! Avoid anything with hypersexualized roles or sexual stereotypes, since this is an age when kids are really starting to take note of gender differences. Let's just say I don't think it would be a shoo-in for a PG rating these days. A running gag in this beloved '80s comedy involves a female character's resemblance to a Playboy centerfold. There are lots of double entendres in this landmark crime comedy such as Baby Herman's reference to his inability to pursue his adult nurse being the result of having "year-old lust and a 3-year-old dinky" , and Jessica Rabbit has a voluptuous figure and wears very revealing clothes. Many people are quick to say that Americans are overly uptight about sexual content in the media; whether you agree or not, it never hurts to be prepared before you push play for your kids, especially where older movies are concerned. Don't be afraid to say no to a movie your kid isn't ready for or that you're not ready for them to see. Sure, it's a Disney princess movie, but the scene in which everyone participates in the rousing number "Gaston" has a surprising amount of jiggly cleavage on display, courtesy of the buxom barmaids.